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Featured Tech Deal : Xerox Phaser 6180 Laser Colour Printer, from £152

Introduce fast colour performance to your office with the affordable, easy-to-use Xerox Phaser 6180 colour laser printer. It delivers the speed and print quality today’s small to medium-size businesses have been waiting for. High-performance features and unparalleled ease-of-use deliver spectacular results, page after page.

Buy a Phaser 6180 before 30th April 2008 and get £100 cash-back from Xerox.

You can grab it as low as £252 on Xerox's website

- Step up the pace. Print up to 20 ppm in full colour and up to 25 ppm in black and white with a powerful 400 MHz processor. Plus, your first page prints in as few as 10 seconds.

- Unleash your potential. Print resolution up to 600 x 600 x 4 dpi produces 16 shades of colour per pixel for crisp text and image resolution.

- Vibrant, true-to-life colour. PANTONE® Colour approved, with Adobe® PostScript® 3™ print language, for bright, accurate colour graphics.

- Make office life easier. Included installation software is extremely fast and easy, getting you up and running in minutes with no IT required.

- Office friendly. Built-in support for Apple Bonjour and included Mac drivers make the Phaser 6180 a true team player in PC/Mac environments. Super-quiet operation also makes the Phaser 6180 printer especially office-friendly.

The printer got a recommended award when reviewed by PC Advisor... They wrote "Visually, the Xerox Phaser 6180 is very much a corporate product, and looks and feels as if it could be much more expensive. The packaging, the supplied manual and the software similarly look as if they've been put together with some thought."

You can view the rest of the review here (opens in new tab).

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