Boost your Xerox Colorqube 8870 performance with genuine upgrades including paper trays and productivity kit designed to make your printer faster and allow you to work smarter, while all end of life consumables and components can be recycled through the Xerox Green World Alliance scheme. The compact and powerful Xerox Colorqube 8870 uses innovative solid ink sticks for low total costs of ownership, and is capable of print speeds up to 40ppm (fast colour) for professional prints with high impact graphics.
The Xerox difference
Xerox are the company that developed laser technology, so they know how to create products that are both reliable and innovative. Manufactured to the high standards and quality you'd expect from Xerox, their genuine accessories are designed to fit seamlessly in place for effective upgrades in just a few minutes. Generic non-original products can't match that quality and reliability and may impact negatively on print performance as they are not endorsed by Xerox.
By adding the productivity kit and/or 512MB (or more) of Phaser memory, you'll unlock the full potential of your Xerox Colorqube 8870. The Xerox hard drive adds a range of print management features including Secure and Saved print and Hard Drive Collation, plus extended font storage and the ability to store complex forms and large documents for print on demand. Adding memory minimises frustrating error messages and boosts print output speeds for smooth, error-free printing.
The Xerox Colorqube 8870 is designed to be scalable to meet the changing print needs of your organisation. This printer comes with an out of the box standard capacity of 625 sheets, but you can add up to three 550 sheet paper trays to add flexibility and enhanced productivity to your Xerox Colorqube 8870 printer. By adding the ability to handle over four reams of paper, you can meet high volume print requirements with ease or switch seamlessly between different types of media. And by minimising downtime, you'll maximise efficiency and productivity.
*Page yields are declared by the manufacturer in accordance with ISO/IEC standards or occasionally estimated based on 5% per page coverage. Yields will vary greatly depending on image, area coverage, print mode and environmental conditions.