Xerox's New MFP Colors Your World For 62 Percent Less

Xerox took the wraps off its new line of solid-ink multifunction printers Thursday, the ColorQube 9200 MFP series (9201/9202/9203), which the company promises will lower the cost of printing color pages by as much as 62 percent, and at the same time, reduce supply waste by 90 percent.

"This is the most exciting news in MFPs in years," said Jim Rise, vice president and general manager, Xerox's Solid Ink Products Business. "We wanted to make color printing as easy as black and white printing and the ColorQube 9200 MFPs are easier to use than our own B&W printers. Basically, we want to make B&W printing obsolete."

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