Xerox has been rather busy of late, refreshing its range of laser printers – the new printers range from an inexpensive mono device to an A3 colour machine and are available now. Below, we take a look at the new models and some of their key features.
The Phaser 3320 is an affordable mono laser printer that boasts a print speed of 35 pages per minute and comes with WiFi connectivity as standard. Aimed at small, busy offices and workgroups, the 3320 includes professional features such as PostScript 3 emulation, Gigabit networking. The high duty cycle and 11,000 page toners also back up the 3320’s business credentials, making it ideal for offices that need to get through a lot of printing.
If you need to integrate your document workflow and add scanning, copying and faxing capabilities, there's the WorkCentre 3315 and WorkCentre 3325. At 31 pages per minute with smaller capacity toners and a lower duty cycle, the 3315 is better suited to users who need to print smaller volumes. The 3315 still offers advanced functionality such as fax forwarding, PC fax and scan to e-mail or USB, not to mention PostScript 3 emulation and a 50-sheet ADF. Like its single-function counterpart, the WorkCentre 3325 is designed for heavier use and comes with a duplex ADF, 256MB memory, Gigabit networking and a 35 page per minute print speed.
Xerox's colour laser range is bolstered by the addition of the Phaser 6600, which comes in two flavours; the non-duplexed 6600N and the duplexed 6600DN. The 6600 also boasts a 35 page per minute print speed, PostScript emulation and Gigabit networking, with the added bonus of a 550-sheet paper tray. The Phaser 6600 also uses Xerox EA toners, which fuse at a much lower temperature than conventional toners, saving power and reducing CO2 emissions.
The multifunction version of the 6600, the WorkCentre 6605, also comes in duplex and non-duplex versions, both of which can copy, scan and fax. A 4.3in touchscreen allows for easy navigation and device operation and the front USB port enables you to scan to, or print directly from, a USB flash drive.
By releasing the Phaser 7100, Xerox is plugging a gap in its colour laser range and taking on the likes of OKI with a sub-£1000 A3 colour device. The 7100 is small enough to sit on a desktop but can be turned into a floor-standing departmental device with the addition of three 550-sheet paper trays and a storage stand. Once again, there's a choice of duplex and non-duplex versions, both of which run true Adobe PostScript 3 for consistent, business-quality output.
The Phaser 7100N is currently available for an introductory price of £799 plus VAT so, if you'd like any more information about this or any other Xerox printers, please check out our Xerox page or give us a call on 02392 623300.
by Anthony Morgan