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Xerox rates the printer at a top speed of 40 pages per minute ppm for both monochrome and color. In fact, the first page on every one of the 13 test files took 80 seconds or more, potentially adding more than 17 minutes to the total just for the startup time for the first page for each file.
Xerpx this makes the DN of particular interest to small to medium size offices and workgroups with relatively heavy-duty color printing needs. Some Basics The DN qualifies as a laser-class printer, meaning that it delivers laser-like speed and quality. Basically, truth be told, they are the same machine, but the ink formula is actually a little different.
I also saw slight posterization in some images, with colors changing suddenly where they should change gradually. Aside from removing some packing materials, you only need to load paper, plug the printer in, and connect a cable.
Xerox ColorQube DN Review & Rating |
More than half the fonts in our text suite were both well formed and easily readable at 8 points, with most of those passing both thresholds at smaller sizes as well. Unless you have an unusual need for small fonts, you shouldn’t have any complaints about the text. Don’t turn this machine off, but keep the melted wax ink in a liquid state. Bottom Line The Xerox ColorQube DN is the latest Xerox printer with a high initial cost but a low enough running cost to make it a bargain for offices with heavy duty printing needs.
Xerox ColorQube 8870DN
This thing will pump out the copies fast! The photos are easily good enough for printing Web pages with photos.
Keep in mind, however, that without the problem I ran into with the printer dropping into Standby mode so quickly, the DN’s time would improve dramatically. With the ability to increase its RAM and a media capacity that maxes out at 2, sheets, this laser printer is ideal for those that want to print things out in a large volume. The availability of a loading dock or a forklift. There’s a “sleep” feature wh en you’re not using it to save on power.
Xerox Laser Workgroup Printer. Xerox’s warranty also counts as a significant plus, with one-year onsite support anywhere in the U. Xerox says that as you use colorsube printer, it adjusts how long it stays in Ready mode based on how often you print.
When it does, the DN will save you money and print a lot faster too. In addition, you can download drivers for most popular versions of Linux and Unix from the Xerox Web site. But, even assuming that’s a real issue and not just a problem with the particular printer I tested, it’s likely that Xerox will get that solved quickly.
Connect a cable and run the automated installation routine. However, all of the comments in this review about the DN’s speed, print quality, and features other than price should apply to the series as well. Printer Fuses for Xerox ColorQube.
The other two models differ mostly in their paper handling features. How to Clone a Hard Drive.
Xerox ColorQube 8870/DN Workgroup Laser Printer
This item may or may not be in original packaging. Xerox Phaser Color Printer. This is a serious printer, and needs a good volume of printing for best health. Others range as high as However, the default quality setting, which I used for our business applications suite, is rated at a more sedate 19 ppm, and its actual speed on our tests was slower than you would expect from the rating.
When I set the printer to stay in Ready mode, however, it still insisted on dropping into Standby mode.