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£7865 Xerox ColorQube 9201 Printer Scanner Fax Email Copier

The ColorQube 9201/02/03 brings 18 years of research and development in Solid Ink Technology to your office.

Its proven track record for efficiency, economy and ease of use make this exciting new product the ultimate printing solution for your business. If you use colour in everyday printing, this revolutionary new technology could make you huge savings.

In the business world, nothing's really black and white. That’s why you need colour – to clarify, to emphasise, to stand out. And now, for the first time, colour is priced right for any office.

Bring your business to life with the Xerox ColorQube 9200 series multifunction system, and get dramatically lower colour printing costs for your workgroup. Print colour. Every day.

Great looking documents regardless of media. Count on dense, saturated colour even on inexpensive or environmentally preferred papers such as recycled.

Choose the perfect combination of image quality and print speed. There are four different output settings: Photo, Enhanced, Standard and Fast Colour.

Unique price plans. These are based on the actual colour used on the page. No more paying expensive full-colour page prices for small amounts of colour.

The more colour pages you print, the more you save. Pages with useful amounts of colour are billed at the same rate as black and white pages. On most colour pages, your price will drop significantly.

You can find more about the Xerox ColorQube 9201 all in one printer on Xerox's website.

You can buy the device from Document Logic, a premier partner of Xerox.

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