The user experience begins with a wizard-based installation and configuration process, the company explains, noting that designers, marketers and office staff have access to an accessible feature set without requiring IT expertise. Meanwhile the 5-inch, tilt-capable, colour user interface responds to taps, swipes and pinches, much like mobile devices, and can be personalized for different work environments or individual users.
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Further personalization is provided by Xerox ConnectKey apps, available from the Xerox App Gallery. These apps provide one-touch access to Cloud services such as Dropbox, Google Drive and Box; and with @PrintByXerox, any email-enabled device can print a job while on the go.
Both devices boast professional colour image quality with advanced EA Toner and high print resolution. For enhanced colour management, the C9000 supports the Xerox Precise Color Management System, designed to offer colour accuracy and precise tuning of Pantone and custom spot colours.
The C9000 also handles thicker and heavier stocks for greater media flexibility in developing applications such as brochures, proposals, posters, direct-mail pieces and signage, Xerox explains. To automate the final output, optional booklet makers, available on both devices, offer saddle-stitch, crease and booklet making.