Xerox Phaser 6110
The company Xerox is synonymous with technological products and office products. For many years, they have been producing products that people use on an everyday basis, such as printers, scanners, copiers, and even computers. The Xerox Phaser 6110 is a new printer that has been in production for a few years. The 6110 is a great printer for office use, school use, or anywhere a printer is needed for a network of computers. The printer has great performance and lives up to Xerox’s reputation of only producing the highest quality printers and office supplies
HISTORY OF XEROX
Of all the technology companies, Xerox has arguably one of the longest histories. The company was founded in 1906 and was originally called “The Haloid Photographic Company.” As you may have guessed, the early version of Xerox focused on processing photographs and producing cameras. The company continued to produce photo products up until the 1960s. In 1961, the company changed their name to Xerox, which is how many people know them today. In 1959, the company became well known after their introduction of the Xerox 914, which was the world’s first paper copier, which used the process of Electro-photography. The 914 alone made Xerox sixty million in revenue in just one year.
By the 1970s, a small portion of Xerox’s company was devoted to the research and development of what would become the modern day fax machine. They tried linking two photocopiers together via telephone lines in an effort to send copies from one machine to another. In the early 1970s, Xerox focused on creating a line of thirty-two bit mainframe computers that proved to be a commercial success. Xerox is also world known because they invented the laser printer in 1969. Gary Starkweather invented it as he was modifying an existing Xerox copier. The first commercial laser printer was the Xerox 9700, which came onto the market in 1977.
During the 1990s, the company experienced an economic lag, but was fully recovered as the turn of the millennium approached. In 2000, Xerox acquired Tektronix, a color printing facility in Oregon, for nine hundred and twenty-five million. Xerox continues to product thousands of different products, ranging from copiers, faxers, scanners and printers. They also develop servers that specialize in handling large amounts of data that can be used in the workplace and school/office use. In 2009, Xerox acquired Affiliated Computer Services for .4 billion, which further increased Xerox’s holdings into the personal computer market.
In September of 2004, Xerox celebrated the forty-fifth anniversary of the Xerox 914, the world’s first photocopier machine. More than two hundred thousand units were produced when the 914 was in production, from 1959 to 1976. As of today, the Xerox 914 is part of American history and is featured in the Smithsonian Institution. In 2000, Xerox hired their first woman CEO, Anna Mulcahy. She was responsible for the turnaround that Xerox experienced during the early part of the decade. She retired in 2008. Ursula Burns was appointed CEO in 2009, making her the first African-American woman to head a company with the magnitude of Xerox.
XEROX PHASER 6110
For years, Xerox has been producing quality printers that are used by millions of people every single day. Xerox is also home of the first photocopier, the Xerox 914, which was one of the company’s most successful products. Today, the company still produces photocopiers, scanners and printers. One of the most popular printers that is used every day is the Phaser 6110. The Phaser 6110 is a high quality and high performance model that is suitable for office and business use, as well as school and other networked areas.
The Xerox Phaser 6110 is a high quality printer that exudes speed and performance. Below are some of the features that you can expect from the 6110:
Any great printer needs toner to make it complete, and the same is true for the Xerox Phaser 6110. The printer relies on 106R01274 toner to make crisp and clear prints while saving money. The toner is specially formulated to ensure each print is as clear and crisp as the last. This particular toner is rated at 2000 pages and can be purchased in black or color. This toner is compatible with the Phaser 6110 printer and the Phaser 6110MFP edition, which allows for slightly faster prints albeit with a higher cost.
If you’re a small business, or you work in an office that has an old or under performing printer, then consider investing in a Xerox Phaser 6110 printer. It is capable of printing over twenty-one pages per minute in black and nineteen pages per minute in color, meaning your office will reach new levels of productivity and efficiency. The 6110 also comes at a cheap price when you consider everything the printer is capable of and its extraordinary functionality. For more information on the Xerox Phaser 6110, its accompanying toner, or any other printer and toner combination, visit www.tonersexpress.co.uk.
Article Posted: 06/04/2011 01:00:01
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