ROCHESTER, N.Y., July 14, 2005 - Xerox Corporation's 4110 Copier/Printer, a 110 page-per-minute black-and-white production system, recently received a top five-star rating from Buyers Laboratory Inc., a leading independent document imaging research and testing firm.
"The Xerox 4110 Copier/Printer offers outstanding image quality, ease of use and productivity at an excellent price point, when compared to competitive machines," said Ken Nardone, technical manager of field testing, Buyers Laboratory Inc.
BLI conducts intensive competitive testing on office and production equipment, comparing overall performance, productivity, and reliability among other critical factors.
The Xerox 4110, designed for the light production market including small- to medium-sized print shops and large offices, averages print volumes of 80,000 to 350,000 pages a month. It has the fastest scanner in the light production market and allows customers to produce jobs as diverse as maps, booklets and direct-mail pieces.
"We selected the Xerox 4110 because we felt it has the right combination of speed, quality and features to handle the rigorous jobs that we get from law firms," said Timothy M. Hunt, vice president at Jack W. Hunt and Associates Inc., a court reporting firm that provides document production services to law firms in the Buffalo, N.Y., area. "We liked Xerox's competitive pricing, known reliability and Xerox's FreeFlow(tm) workflow software - making the purchase an easy decision."
Award-winning Xerox color and black-and-white offerings range from office scanners, printers and multifunction systems - including Phaser, CopyCentre, WorkCentre and WorkCentre Pro lines - to high-speed digital production technology such as the Xerox iGen3 Digital Production Press and Xerox Nuvera(tm) 100 and 120 Digital Production Systems. Xerox also has earned accolades for its growing suite of consulting services, workflow solutions and software designed to streamline document-intensive business processes.
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