With print speeds of up to 40ppm and a print-to-first-page time as fast as 6.5 seconds, the Xerox Workcentre 3345DNi is a fast mono printer that combines fax, copier and scanner functions into one neat desktop machine - perfect for the small and home office. Plus, the maximum 1200 dpi enhanced image quality ensures all your office communications will look crisp, sharp and professional.
Xerox toner technology
Genuine Xerox toners offer up to 27% higher yield than remanufactured alternatives, printing up to 2,600 pages*. The difference is in the superfine, uniform spherical particles that won't scatter inside your printer causing toner build-up and abrasion damage to your maintenance kit. And because they can be more precisely applied to the page, you'll experience exceptional mono print quality. Blacks are rich and defined, with sharp fine details and zero feathering, meaning your documents will look outstanding at true 1200 x 1200 dpi resolution.
Print more for longer
With large, flexible paper-feed capabilities (up to 600 pages) that can handle a wide range of print media, you'll print more for longer. And the high-duty cycle of up to 80,000 pages per month means the Xerox Workcentre 3345DNi can handle even the most demanding print environment.
Wireless MFP productivity
With wireless built in, your Xerox Workcentre 3345DNi can sit wherever you need it. Mobile devices can connect quickly and securely, allowing you to print instantly from smartphones and tablets. And the space-saving multifunctionality of the Xerox Workcentre 3345DNi means you'll conserve energy and reduce your supply costs.
Easy and green
With a large 4.3 inch colour screen, the Xerox Workcentre 3345DNi is the ultimate walk-up-and-go printer, featuring the latest security features for sensitive document handling and printer admin direct from your browser. With sleep mode and duplex printing as standard, the Xerox Workcentre 3345DNi is packed with environmentally friendly features, and all genuine Xerox printer consumables are recyclable through the Green World Alliance programme.