Laser Color Printer Xerox Phaser 6010N review

The Xerox Phaser 6010 is a very compact footprint, which is considering a class of color laser printers. In the past, the picture would be twice the size of the Phaser 6010. Its dimensions are not using approximately 16 x 12 x 9 inches and weighs less than 25 pounds.

I must say that I know that most companies probably do not care about "design" they wrote, as long as it is functional, but I really like the Phaser 6010's translucent blue shell and print paper. Because of its' small stature, is a relatively small control panel consisting of a two-line LCD display, four directional navigation button and four shortcut keys. Next the control panel is transparent blue 100-sheet output tray that folds out of place.
The front of the Phaser 6010 is opened to reveal the paper tray 150-sheet manual feed tray and leaves of 10, while users can access the four toner cartridge standard capacity (CMYK) pulling open the panel on the right side of the Phaser 6010. Find all connection ports and access to the path on the back of the Phaser 6010.

The Xerox Phaser 6010 is compact and easy to use. Even the printing technology is simple: a fixed LED array instead of a laser that moves, creates the images. Paper handling is a 150-sheet input before, a manual feed tray directly above ten leaves, and a tray 100-sheet output above. The two-sided printing (duplex) is, unfortunately, the only manual work on the PC, and is not available on the Mac platform at all. A side panel opens to reveal four key cartridges. USB and Ethernet connections available.

The control panel is clear, double-breasted with monochrome LCD, 16 characters, four-way cursor, and the usual buttons. HTML configuration pages provide another way to display the printer status and settings are easy to use.

Xerox Phaser 6010 made competent in our tests, compared to other low cost models. Text pages exited at a lively 9.6 pages per minute on both PC and Mac. color graphics, half a printed page to the default settings or fine, which reached nearly 2 ppm. A more complex picture reproduced on the Mac took about 2 minutes, or 0.5 ppm.

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