Every year, organizations use the latest technology to design newer versions of printers and multifunctional devices so that they remain relevant to the industries they are meant to work in.
Several such products are described here. For example, Xerox Corp., Wilsonville, Ore., is now selling the Phaser 6250 network color laser printer.
The company says its a great option for an insurance environment because of its speed, accurate color and efficient tools. It features a 700 MHz processor and a one-click installation process.
The Phaser 6250 offers a full 2400dpi (dots per inch) resolution at the rated speed of 26ppm (pages per minute), says Xerox.
The Phaser 6250 is designed for small to medium workgroups and available in five different configurations, Xerox says. The unit has a small footprint and features such as pre-installed toner and access to all consumables from the front of the printer.
The Phaser 6250 has advanced Web-based printer management tools including CentreWare Web 3.0, PhaserSMART, and an enhanced version of PrintingScout, the company says.
CentreWare provides users information about all devices available on network servers and the jobs printed to those devices, including the device name, location, status, and status of print and fax jobs in the queue, Xerox explains.
PhaserSMART gathers information stored in a users printer to examine and diagnose issues, then collects relevant solutions from the Xerox knowledge base. Then PhaserSMART returns a solution specific to the problem to users or walks them through a troubleshooting process.
PrintingScout alerts users to potential printer issues and gives instructions on how to correct them. Additional features include TekColor Dynamic Color Correction and Automatic Color Calibration, says Xerox.
The Phaser 6250 starts at $1,999.
The WorkCentre PE16 is a basic multifunction product for personal use within any insurance agency, Xerox says. It prints and copies in black at 17ppm at 600dpi 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 for high dependability, Xerox says. The WorkCentre PE16 comes in a single, all-inclusive configuration with a starting price of $599.