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Xerox Launches Its Most Affordable Desktop Color Multifunction Printer Priced To Replace Business Inkjet Printers

Friday, November 03, 2006

Press release from the issuing company

WILSONVILLE, Ore., Nov. 2, 2006 -- For less than the cost of one front-row ticket to a Rolling Stones concert, small businesses can invest in something worth a whole lot more for their future --the latest high-quality color laser printer/multifunction printer from Xerox Corporation. Xerox continues to expand its line of products for small businesses and today launched two low-cost printers: -- The Phaser 6110 desktop color laser printer and multifunction printer designed as a replacement for business inkjet printers and all-in-one devices that require costly supplies. -- The Phaser 3124 compact black-and-white laser printer that offers fast, high-quality printing. The Phaser 6110 is Xeroxís most affordable desktop color laser printer/MFP with a starting price of $349. It prints up to four pages per minute in color and 17 ppm in black and white at a print resolution of 2400 x 600 dpi. With high-quality color laser printing, the Phaser 6110 helps small businesses create everything from sales proposals and presentations to promotional brochures. The color printer also features fan-free technology, making it quiet and non-disruptive in a small-office setting. "Small businesses increasingly want to add color to their documents, but theyíre frustrated with slow inkjet devices and costly supplies,î said Richard Cerrone, vice president of Small and Medium Business, Xerox Corporation. "Now they can print high-quality documents at a price they can afford." The Phaser 6110 comes in four configurations. Customers can choose between a direct connect or a network-ready printer starting at $349 or two multifunction models starting at $649. One multifunction model includes color copying and scanning, and the other is an advanced MFP model with fax capabilities. Weighing only 45 pounds, the Phaser 6110 MFP is one of the smallest and lightest color laser MFPs on the market. Powerful multifunction features include a 50-sheet automatic document feeder and color scan to network, e-mail and PC. There is front-panel access to the USB port for direct printing from a USB memory device. Other advanced features include Nuance PaperPort software, which converts scanned documents into editable files, and ID Card Copy, which enables customers to copy both sides of a document onto one page -- a feature that is essential for medical and healthcare organizations that want to save paper and cut the number of steps involved in creating patient files. For small offices that need fast printing on a budget, the Xerox Phaser 3124 black-and-white laser printer priced at $179 prints up to 25 ppm, has a warm-up time of less than 15 seconds, and can print the first page in less than 9 seconds. In addition, it comes with a 250-sheet paper tray to deliver quick printing without interruption. The Phaser 3124 has a resolution of up to 1200 dpi enhanced image quality and prints on a wide range of media types, including envelopes, labels, transparencies and cardstock. Both the Xerox Phaser 6110 and Phaser 3124 support complex print jobs such as booklet printing, watermarks and N-up printing, which enables customers to print up to four pages on one letter-sized page, saving money and paper. And both printers can be installed in four clicks, helping small businesses start printing in a matter of minutes. The Phaser 6110 and Phaser 3124 are ENERGY STAR compliant and come with the Xerox Total Satisfaction Guarantee. They are available immediately in the United States through Xerox direct marketing reseller partners, such as CDW, Insight, PC Connection, PC Mall and Zones Inc. They are also available online at www.xerox.com/direct.

 

 

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