The Epson WorkForce WF-3540 is a decent wireless printer considering its age. It still shines in many departments, but it does fail in a few other categories as well. We are going to cover all of that in our review. But in short, it still is one of the best duplex printer available out there.\r\n\r\nWhy We Like It - Epson WorkForce WF-3540\r\nEven though Epson released the WorkForce WF-3540 more than eight years ago, it\u2019s still a great competitor in the ever-growing mid-range printer market. It\u2019s an excellent inkjet printer capable of handling a high volume of work. And on top of that, it can produce very detailed and sharp looking prints.\r\n\r\nSpeed\r\nEpson still advertises this printer as the \u201cworld\u2019s fastest printer for 2-sided printing.\u201d While that statement might\u2019ve been true back when Epson unveiled it, that's not the case anymore. Still, it\u2019s very fast at up to 15 pages per minute and can even go toe to toe with some of the modern high volume printers. But, if you aren\u2019t satisfied with the print speed, you should rather go for the Brother HL-L2350DW.\r\nPrint Quality\r\nYou can knock this printer down for many aspects, especially for its age. But, you can\u2019t complain about its print quality. It doesn\u2019t use dye-based color, so you get accurate color output. And you can select up to 5760 x 1440 true DPI native print resolution. This printer can even achieve 9600 DPI through interpolation.\r\nEfficiency\r\nEfficiency is definitely not the strong suit of this printer. Yes, it is an inkjet printer, so it\u2019s going to be more power-efficient than modern laser printers. But ink efficiency is not great at all. And every ink cartridge costs a lot of money. You\u2019re going to be stuck replacing ink cartridges all the time. The HP OfficeJet 4650 is much more efficient than it.\r\nAdvanced Features\r\nThe Epson WorkForce WF-3540 is very good in terms of paper handling and has a capacity of 500 pages. Also, you can use the Epson Connect cloud printing service to print remotely. And on top of that, it also features Wi Fi direct, so you don\u2019t even need an active internet connection to print and copy scans from your phone wirelessly.\r\nValue\r\nEven though it\u2019s very old, Epson hasn\u2019t really made any effort to mark down its price. Don\u2019t get us wrong; it is still a very good printer. But there are just way too many printers available out there at lower price brackets with the same or better features. For many users, it\u2019s not going to be worth it spending more than $300 behind this printer. In that case, get the Brother MFC-J880DW instead.\r\nEpson WorkForce WF-3540 Wrap Up\r\nWell, after looking at everything above, we can conclude that the Epson WorkForce WF-3540 still does hold up fairly well. If you can find it at a discounted price, you can definitely pick it up.