Xerox WorkCentre 4250 - Multifunction inexpensive Laser Printer

Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Xerox has announced sales of the new monochrome laser MFP A4 WorkCentre 4250. New line of supplements inexpensive MFP with increased performance and enhanced functionality. In the arsenal of products in a seven-inch color touch screen, network scanning in color mode, paper capacity up to 3100 sheets and the basic functions of post-print processing. Print speed of the new device is 43 pages per minute A4 and 45 pages in Letter to the minute.

Through such features as "Office printer queue", "Automatic prioritization of the press" and "Copying ID Card» WorkCentre 4250 saves users time. Standard automatic two-sided printing, send a fax directly to the e-mail, separate toner cartridge and drum will minimize the costs of printing. Function "Copying ID Card» will also be useful members of organizations who need to frequently copy the bilateral identity documents.

Frequently used forms can be saved on the hard disk device and print them directly from the display device without recourse to a computer. USB port on the front panel makes it possible to print directly from a USB drive, and scan documents, save them on the drive. In addition, WorkCentre 4250 supports network authentication, which increases safety. Device is compatible with card decisions to restrict access Xerox Secure Access, as well as the Y-Soft SafeQ.

In the standard configuration a new Multifunction module comes with two-sided printing, and can also be equipped with a finisher, stapler for 50 sheets and additional paper trays. WorkCentre 4250 is offered as a desktop configuration, and the deskside version with additional paper trays.


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I have the Xerox Work Centre at my office and I love it. It is the best printer on the market and Xerox makes a strong, fast, and efficient printer at all times. I have never had a consistency of paper-jams or breakage like many other brands that need to be maintained immensely. Xerox is always breaking new ground in the industry and their new Solid Ink technology is only one example of their endless bag of tricks.