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Xerox upgrades the Color 560 and Color 570 launching the C60 and C70   15 September 2014   


The Xerox C60 and C70, which run at 60 ppm and 70 ppm respectively in color (65 and 75 ppm in black and white) are recommended for monthly print volumes between 10,000 and 50,000 pages. They are both high-end Xerox multifunction office products and first level color production machines.
For office environments, the Xerox DMP controller means the machine can be integrated into any software solution which is compatible with Xerox's EIP.  The dual-head 200 ipm scanner offers a high-performance solution for the integration of paper documents into business workflows and other information systems.
Professional print environments - whether integrated workshops or digital service providers - will also benefit from the variety of finishing options available on these devices and from the three specialized external print controllers available as options (two EFI Fiery and one Freeflow).

The full specifications and pros and cons for these machines will be available very shortly on Your DMO.

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