Xerox Wins Award For Printer Ink Structure

2009-06-25 08:54:08

Published on 2009-06-25 08:54:08

Xerox has been honoured at a recent industry event for an initiative to cut the cost of printer ink.

The company was given the accolade at the 2009 BERTL's Best Awards, which looks at innovation in the field of workflow solutions and digital imaging products.

It was announced that Xerox had beaten its rivals to the Most Innovative Colour Printer Pricing honour for its ColorQube 9200 Series multifunction printer.

This particular unit is capable of reducing costs by up to 62 per cent when compared to traditional colour laser devices in the same category.

Margie Davis, managing director of BERTL, said the three-tiered pricing structure of Xerox's product could "significantly" cut expenses for users.

"[The awards] recognise the most innovative, highest-quality products and services in the digital imaging and workflow solutions market," she added.

Xerox's ColorQube 9200 Series multifunction printer uses cartridge-free solid ink technology and comes in three models - the 9201, 9202 and 9203.

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