Xerox ColorQube 8570 Printer Review

Xerox ColorQube 8570 Workgroup Printer

Xerox ColorQube 8570 Workgroup Printer

The Xerox ColorQube 8570 is a color printer ideal for the workgroup or small office.  The printer has a compact, space-saving design and can create professional quality prints.  The printer can crfeate high quality pictures with resolutions up to 2400 color dpi.  It can print at impressive speeds up to 40 pages per minute for black and white documents and 40 pages per minute for color projects. With individual ink cartridges, you take control of ink usage, only replacing the color that runs out.  The printer also features a USB interface and fast Ethernet for simple setup and use.

The Xerox ColorQube 8570 ink cartridges eject FinePoint Precision Inks for vibrant and rich colors and black inks.  In addition, the printer recognizes and prints directly onto envelopes, labels, and a variety of photo / presentation paper.  This is a compact printer that will easily be able to fit any desktop or work area. This workhorse of a printer can create up to 85,000 pages per month. And to help save paper, the printer features an Optional Duplex Mode for 2 sided printouts.  The printer even has a large 625 sheet input tray for printing multiple pages.

To help lower operating costs, discount Xerox ink cartridges are available from specialty ink retailers. For individual purchase you can get the Genuine Xerox 108R00926 Cyan Solid in stick, the Genuine Xerox 108R00927 Magenta Solid in stick, the Genuine Xerox 108R00928 Yellow Solid in stick, and the Genuine Xerox 108R00929 Black Solid in stick. Each ink stick will yield approximately 4,400 pages.

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