Xerox Advances Office Strategy With New Hardware, Software at PC Expo19 Sep, 2003
Xerox Advances Office Strategy With New Hardware, Software at PC Expo
NEW YORK— Building on an expanded line of office products and services announced in April, Xerox Corporation has launched a new wave of offerings including a high-speed network color laser printer, a powerful desktop monochrome printer, a desktop multifunction device and enhanced document management software—all aimed at providing more value to more customers.
The Phaser 6250 color laser printer is targeted for medium-to-large workgroups. Starting at an estimated retail price of $1,999, the 26 page per minute Phaser 6250 offers 2400 dpi resolution and all three print modes are available at rated speed. The Phaser 6250 is available in five different configurations, giving office workers options when deciding which features best fit their needs.
Printing at 25 pages per minute, the Phaser 3450 black-and-white laser printer has 1200 dpi image quality and automatic two-sided printing on two of the three available configurations. The Phaser 3450 starts at an ERP of $549. It delivers other features such as networkability, a simple and easy-to-use front panel display, and a large 500-sheet paper capacity.
The WorkCentre® PE16 is a basic multifunction product for personal use within any size office. It prints and copies in black-and-white at 17 pages per minute at 600 dpi resolution, and it faxes at up to 300 dpi and scans at up to 1200 dpi in full color, which enables the WorkCentre PE16 to send color faxes. It has a user-friendly interface and single customer replaceable cartridge. In addition, it offers manual two-side copying and comes with OmniPage SE optical character recognition software. The WorkCentre PE16 comes in a single, all-inclusive configuration with an ERP of $599.
Finally, DocuShare 3.1 - Xerox's new version of its document and content management software, along with three new software add-on components, makes it easier for enterprise customers to manage information. Office workers can also create Web pages, Web logs, to-do lists and other applications to collaborate. The entry-level list price for a basic DocuShare system with 10 seats is $4,045 and a 100-seat system is $9,995, with add-on components priced separately.