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New low-cost multifunction printers from Xerox

Xerox has introduced two new, affordable multifunction printers (MFP) packed with advanced features.

Starting at $399 the Xerox WorkCentre 3210 and WorkCentre 3220 black-and-white multifunction printers combine printing, copying, scanning and faxing into one compact device without sacrificing performance.  These MFPs print at speeds up to 24 pages per minute (ppm) and 30 ppm, respectively, offer 1200 x 1200 dpi image quality, and a paper capacity of up to 500 sheets to quickly and easily tackle office print jobs.

“Businesses today are operating on smaller budgets, especially when it comes to technology investments,” said Dan Smith, General Manager for Integrated Marketing, Xerox, MEA (DMO). “These new MFPs have a great mix of features that deliver high performance and ‘big-budget’ technology to all kinds of businesses.”

The WorkCentre 3210 and WorkCentre 3220 keep busy offices productive with:

• Scan directly to or print from a USB memory drive – ideal for employees on the go.
• High-capacity print cartridges to minimize interruptions and keep costs down.
• Simple and straightforward set-up, allowing users to connect directly via USB or over a standard network.
• A 360 MHz processor and 128 MB of memory, providing a fast, reliable, stand-alone machine.

The WorkCentre 3220 adds Adobe PostScript3 and advanced features such as fax forward to email and automatic two-sided printing to help reduce paper consumption, which saves money and is kind to the environment.
The WorkCentre 3210 and WorkCentre 3220 are available in the Middle East through Xerox direct sales, agents, resellers and distributors.  

New affordable MFPs deliver high performance and ?big-budget? technology

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