PC Magazine Names Xerox Phaser Printer as Editors Choice
Press release from the issuing company
Foster City, CA May 2, 2001 Xerox Corporation (NYSE:XRX), has received PC Magazine's "Editor's Choice" selection for its Phaser printer 2135DX. Electronics For Imaging, Inc. (EFI) (NASDAQ:EFII) working with Xerox, developed the built-in controller. The Phaser 2135 excels in high speed and professional color quality, two key factors in winning the PC Magazine commendation. The Xerox Phaser 1235 also received high marks in the review and uses EFI technology.
The article in the May 8 issue, entitled "Color Laser Printers, It's Like Printing Money" highlights the benefits to business of in-house color printing. The article notes that color printing speeds and resolution have increased dramatically since PC Magazine conducted its first color laser printer review in 1994. It also reports that the cost of color laser printers has significantly decreased.
EFI is the world leader in providing hardware and software for printers and copiers that control color quality, printing speed and networking capability. Commenting on the award, EFI Vice President and General Manager, Desktop Systems Michael Chai said, "we were pleased to hear that a Xerox printer that incorporates our technology won PC Magazine's Editor's Choice.' We will continue to focus on helping our partners bring affordable, world class color printing solutions to the corporate market."
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