A printer that serves two markets

It's relatively cheap enough for the home as well as the office.

Crave Asia

Because Fuji Xerox Printers is better known in office circles than in the home, we didn't think we'd have much to write about its new DocuPrint C1110B laser printer. After all, most of its stuff are specific for a demanding office environment. The C1110B can output at 12ppm (color), start up in 16 seconds and kick one page out the barrel in 12. It also has a decently deep media tray that can store half a ream's worth of A4-sized paper (250 sheets) and accommodate an assortment of paperweights.

Then we saw the price. At $310, it's cheap--for a Fuji Xerox. And another $104 or so let's you upgrade to the C1110 (without the "B"). The B-less version includes 640MB memory, Ethernet connectivity, and compatibility with more print languages. Of course, laser toners don't come cheap: A black toner would set you back by about $70 and around $90 for cyan, magenta, and yellow.

(Source: Crave Asia)

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