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  • #10148
    New Xerox Black-and-White System
    Offers Best Image Quality and Fastest Scanner among ‘Light Production’ Printers;’The 4110 is solid as a rock’

    MIAMI—Xerox Corporation  has announced
    the Xerox 4110 Digital Copier/Printer, a 110 page-per-minute black-and-white
    system that lets customers produce jobs as diverse as maps
    , booklets and direct-mail pieces with industry-leading image quality and
    the fastest scanner in the light production market. The light production segment

    includes systems that average print volumes of 80,000 to 350,000 pages a

    4110 is solid as a rock,” said Alex Vidal, senior vice president, Superior
    Group, a full-service document management company in Washington, D.C., that
    tested the Xerox 4110. “Since it was installed, we have really put it through
    its paces — printing, copying and scanning. The Xerox 4110 has already reduced
    our labor costs and the time it takes for us to complete a job.”

    copy and print resolution, a more productive scanner, larger total paper
    capacity, and a greater range of supported paper weights are all factors that
    separate the 4110 from existing offerings,” said Jim Hamilton, director, On
    Demand Printing and Publishing Consulting Service, InfoTrends/CAP Ventures.
    “This product is well positioned to address the light production segment, which
    is the fastest growing part of the black-and-white copying market with a 9.2
    percent compound annual growth rate.”

    Designed for small-to-medium-sized print
    shops and large offices, the 4110 digital copier/printer offers customers
    features such as:

    Dual-head scanning. The Xerox 4110 is the industry’s first light production
    device to feature dual-head scanning technology, which means it can
    simultaneously scan both the front and back of a document at 100 impressions per
    minute at 600 x 600 dots per inch. Competitive devices slow down when scanning
    double-sided pages. In addition, it offers maximum productivity because people
    can scan documents and program future jobs while the machine is printing.

    – Image
    quality. The new system sets an image-quality benchmark for this class of
    printer, printing at 2400 x 2400 dots per inch. The copier/printer uses Xerox
    patented EA (emulsion aggregation) toner — a super-smooth form of “dry ink”
    with uniform particles — to deliver consistent image quality and high
    reliability throughout long print runs. Toner can be replenished while the
    system is running, boosting productivity.

    – Paper
    handling. Able to handle heavier and larger paper sizes — up to 13″ x 19.2″ and
    140 pound index — and with extensive in-line finishing capabilities, the Xerox
    4110 quickly and easily produces a wide range of jobs including reports, maps,
    brochures, engineering documents, saddle-stitched booklets, and C- or Z-fold
    booklets and mailers. It has a maximum 8,225-sheet paper capacity and up to
    eight paper trays. Its standard configuration features 100-sheet stapling, a
    two-and three-hole punch, and a post-process inserter that can insert
    pre-printed black-and-white or color pages into a document. An optional booklet
    maker finisher is also available.

    Xerox 4110 trumps competitive products. It gives customers the features they
    need to produce jobs easier, quicker and with a consistent high image quality
    that you would expect from more expensive, high-speed, higher-volume digital
    devices,” said Quincy Allen, president, Xerox Production Systems Group.

    The Xerox
    4110 joins the Xerox 2101 Digital Copier/Printer as part of Xerox’s light
    production offerings. In the black-and-white market, the 2101 has been widely
    accepted within offices, quick print shops, in-plants and central reprographic
    departments, and the Xerox 4110 is designed to deliver even more functionality
    for those environments — increased scanning productivity, more flexible
    substrate handling, enhanced finishing capabilities and improved image quality.

    The Xerox
    4110 will be on display in Xerox booth 213 at Graphics of the Americas, an
    international graphic communications show in Miami, today through Feb. 6. Order
    taking and installations for the Xerox 4110 Digital Copier/Printer will begin
    March 1 in North America, Europe and Latin America.

    The U.S.
    manufacturer’s list price with a basic finisher is $56,550 for the copier and
    $63,050 for the copier/printer. The list price with the booklet making finisher
    is $61,800 for the 4110 copier and $68,300 for the 4110 copier/printer. Options
    include the folding unit for $5,700 and the high-capacity paper feeder for