Printerland supplies a full range of consumables for the Xerox ColorQube 8570 colour printer (including the 8570/AN, 8570/AND and 8570/ADT configurations). We offer a variety of solid ink packs together with both the standard and extended easy-to-fit maintenance kits.Our manufacturer branded black or colour solid ink two packs have a page yield of 4,400, while our black solid ink four packs yield 8,800 pages. Each option can be purchased as part of a value pack, and we also offer the ability to extend your printer warranty by one year. Xerox’s solid ink technology results in less waste for lower running costs, and our great value pack options help reduce costs even further.
Beautiful prints, fast
With up to 2 gigs of print memory and a 1 GHz processor, the ColorQube 8570 was built to handle fast printing. Generating the first page within 5 seconds for both mono and colour prints, this popular machine can produce up to 40 pages per minute thereafter for both colour and black and white. Handling up to 1,150 sheets (for the 8570/ADT), your ColorQube can meet the demands of the busiest office. With Xerox original solid ink, you can take advantage of the beautiful 2400 FinePoint resolution for gorgeous prints that get your work noticed.
The right ink blocks for your printer
The Xerox ink blocks we sell for the ColorQube 8570 were designed to be used with printers from the European market. Do not be tempted to purchase cheaper Xerox ink packs from eBay – these are likely to be for a different market such as North America or Asia. The ink blocks are shaped so the printer knows whether they are for the correct region, and inserting the wrong ink blocks in your printer will cause it to stop working and generate an error code. If the blocks you purchase were intended for a different region but have been adapted to work in your region, attempting to use these will automatically invalidate your warranty and in many cases they will not work at all.
You should also be aware that there are cheap Xerox solid ink imitations on the market advertised as either compatible or, more often, as genuine Xerox products. Buyers who have unknowingly purchased these report they have either not worked in their printers or have resulted in a repair being required. These can usually be identified once purchased by comparing original packaging from a Xerox ink block to the imitation packaging – however, the easiest way to avoid any issues is to order from a reputable supplier like Printerland.