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Xerox Launches New ColorQube

May 10, 2011  By

Based on its solid-ink technology, developed in part out of the Mississauga-based XRCC research facility, Xerox has launched the new ColorQube 9300 Series as a multifunction printer for the office market.

The solid-ink based ColorQube platform was first introduced on a light-production printer in May 2009.

According to Xerox, companies can cut colour printing costs in half based on the “Hybrid Color Pricing Plans” available with the ColorQube 9300. This involves only paying  for the amount of colour on any given page, such as when a company logo is used on letterhead.


The cartridge-free ColorQube 9300 prints at speeds of up to 55 pages per minute (ppm) in colour, 60 ppm in black and white, and colour scanning is produced at up to 60 impressions per minute.

The based model of the ColorQube 9300 Series sells for just over $22,000.

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