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Xerox ColorQube with Solid ink

Xerox’s new ColorQube printer revolutionize the color-printing game using a crayon-esque ink that can reduce the cost per page by as much as 62%. Like traditional multi-function printers, the ColorQube can print, copy, scan and fax and it is loaded with Network printing features. However, it’s the crayon-esque ink that’s the real star of the show. The ink is melted and sprayed onto a spinning drum which deposits the ink onto the page. The hazle of replacing the waste toner is also cool, its just like a frozen tar and not like powder and you can reuse the tray as well. 

Solid ink’s cartridge-free design and minimal packaging, its nearly waste-free printing process and its safe, toxin-free solid ink sticks make it a very environmentally-conscious way to print.
Watch video link  about solid ink from the new window 
Catridge-free Solid ink technology


August 5, 2010 Posted by | Gadgets, Print Server, Solid Ink, Windows Server 2008 R2, Xerox | , , , , | Leave a comment


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