Xerox launches five new office devices

Xerox has launched five new office printers. These include the Phaser 3260, an A4 black-and-white printer with built-in wireless and Apple AirPrint for printing from mobile devices. Resolution is 4800 x 600 dpi, with a speed of 28ppm. The WorkCentre 3225 has the same specifications but also has copy, scan and fax capabilities. The WorkCentre 4265 is another A4 monochrome device, but able to copy and print at 53ppm and scan at up to 70 impressions per minute.

There are also two ColorQube desktop A4 colour printers, both capable of 51ppm. The 8580 is designed for small and medium-sized businesses with general office print needs. The larger 8880 offers a low total cost of ownership for businesses of any size with high volume colour print needs. They both use Xerox’s proprietary solid ink technology that according to Xerox creates up to 90% less waste than comparable laser printers.






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