Cheaper color copies on the way

05/7/2009 | NYTimes.com

Color printing in corporate offices remains fairly uncommon, mostly because it's expensive and it requires dealing with cartridges of messy toner. This month, Xerox plans to unveil a new series of large printers that it says will change all that. They use solid ink rather than toner, and they don't require such complicated machinery. According to this article, the move is "the biggest shift in the industry since [Xerox] sold the first laser printer in 1977."

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