Xerox ColorQube 8700 Solid Ink Color Printer

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9 August 2012
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The Xerox ColorQube 8700 multifunction printer continues the tradition of innovation. It’s the first desktop Solid Ink device completely engineered to deliver true multifunction performance and keep pace with your busy office. You get environmentally preferable features, unbeatable ease of use, consistently exceptional image quality and affordable color printing.

The Xerox ColorQube 8700’s Unparalleled Color Printing Quality
•  Always superior output. Solid Ink gives your documents rich, vibrant colors on a wide range of media, including recycled paper.
•  The colors you expect. PANTONE calibrated solid-color simulations and Xerox color correction technology deliver results that always match your expectations.
•  Incredible detail and halftones. 2400 FinePoint™ print resolution ensures exceptional print quality.
•  Long-term consistency. Every ColorQube 8700 produces the same, consistent color, page after page, year after productive year.
•  Intuitive color modification. The Color By Words feature lets you select desired color modifications from a simple drop-down list.

Watch this short video of the Xerox ColorQube 8700. We have the unit in our New York City showroom and would be happy to arrange a demo for you. Here is a link to the Xerox 8700 brochure

The Xerox ColorQube 8700 safeguards your sensitive data with 256-bit encryption using the FIPS 140-2 standard, plus built-in support for IPv6, IPsec, secure HTTPS, and other industry-standard network security features.

Get your jobs out as fast as 44 ppm color and blackand-white, with a first-page-out time as fast as 8.5 seconds for color documents. Plus, two-sided printing comes standard — and saves paper.


One response on “Xerox ColorQube 8700 Printer – See the video

  1. Silvia says:

    Inkjets generally are not cheap to run. For low ruinnng costs you want a laser. However colour lasers are comparatively expensive and cannot match the quality of even a mid-range colour inkjet for photos (although they beat inkjets for text and line art). For this reason if you have the space for them I recommend two printers a cheap to run black and white laser for text, everyday and bulk printing, and a colour inkjet that is more expensive to run when you really need it.Alternatively, HP’s Business Inkjets (not to be confused with their Officejets) give good all-round print quality, and are cheap to run by inkjet standards, but the initial purchase price is quite high.