Xerox is updating its multifunction lineup with three new models offering increased print speeds and resolution.
Two of the new multifunction models, the XK35c and Xi70c, are platen-based units without hard-copy faxing.
The XK35c is a color scanner, printer and copier aimed primarily toward professional telecommuters and people working at home. It has a print resolution of up to 1,200 x 1,200 enhanced; printing speeds of eight pages per minute (ppm) in black and 3 ppm in color; a copy speed of three copies per minute (cpm) in black and 1.5 cpm in color; 25% to 400% reduction/enlargement; single-sheet bypass; and USB cable. It begins to ship in October at an estimated street price of $349.
The model Xi70 is a step-up version that adds PC faxing and faster output. If offers 9 ppm printing speed in black and 5 ppm in color, as well as copying at 8 cpm in black and 4 cpm in color. This unit is aimed to the small office business user and is expected to ship early this month at an estimated street price of $499.
The new Workcentre 470cx replaces the Workcentre 450cp and is a sheet-fed inkjet all-in-one color/color unit with faxing, printing, copying and scanning. Resolution for the 470cx is up to1,200 x 1,200 dpi, with a print speed of 6 ppm black and 3 ppm in color.
The Workcentre 470cx is aimed to home office and personal business users and carries an estimated street price of $299. Other features of the unit include 30-page automatic document feeder (ADF) and multi-tasking.