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Xerox launches the new ColorQubes 8700 and 8900   06 April 2012   


Xerox has just added two new solid ink machines to its A4 color MFP range:  the ColorQube 8700 and ColorQube 8900.

They have the same output speeds in each of the usual four print modes:
Fast Mode: 44/44 ppm
Standard Mode: 30/30 ppm
Best Mode: 19/19 ppm
High-Resolution Mode: 6/6 ppm

With 7-inch touch-screens, options for a hanging stapling unit and a USB port for scan and printing, these machines are comparable to the A3 models.

The two models differ in the types of service contracts which can be provided:  buying of consumlables plus the guarantee for the ColorQube 8700, and a fully comp cost-per-page for the ColorQube 8900.

Check out the Xerox animation for the launch here.
The DataTechs for these machines are available on your DMO!

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