Xerox VersaLink C7000/DN - printer - color - LED

Mfg.Part: C7000/DN | CDW Part: 4636421 | UNSPSC: 43212105
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Product Details
  • Printer
  • color
  • Duplex
  • LED
  • A3/Ledger
  • 1200 x 2400 dpi
  • up to 35 ppm (mono) / up to 35 ppm (color)
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Main Features
  • Printer
  • color
  • Duplex
  • LED
  • A3/Ledger
  • 1200 x 2400 dpi
  • up to 35 ppm (mono) / up to 35 ppm (color)
  • capacity: 620 sheets
  • Gigabit LAN
  • NFC
  • USB 3.0
The Xerox VersaLink C7000 Color Printer is smart, reliable and performance-ready, built on Xerox ConnectKey Technology. Superior reliability and exceptional print quality make your work look its best and handle even the most challenging print jobs on media sizes up to A3.

Xerox VersaLink C7000/DN - printer - color - LED is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I like the product The first toner will empty too soon, but Xerox is Xerox
Date published: 2017-10-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good price for tabloid printer High quality color prints on tabloid size paper. What's there not to like? The printer is a bit heavier and bulkier than it seems in the pictures. It worked well out of the box on regular letter sized paper. But changing the paper type or size is not very intuitive. I first wanted to change it in the Settings on the control panel, but the settings only shows you what has been selected and it doesn't allow you to change it. Strange. I had to call tech support to find out that the printer asks you to confirm or change settings each time you open and close the paper tray. On the positive side, the printer allows you to specify the color of the paper you are printing on (such as yellow, or ivory, or many other colors) and then it automatically subtly adjusts the print colors to adjust to the different backgrounds. On the negative side, everything has to be just perfect or it won't print. If there is even the slightest mismatch in the color or type of paper, or if you forget to set for an envelope in both the paper type and paper size, the printer refuses to print and there is no way to manually over-ride it. I wish I could tell the printer: "Yes, I am aware of the mismatch, but I want to print it anyway." But there is no way to do that. The printer has a mind of its own and it won't allow you to trick it or work around it. This may be good for the best quality print, but it can be very frustrating when you would prefer to over-ride it. I guess that's one of the potential perils of future technology where robots (and printers) will just be too smart for us and will refuse to follow your command. This printer is a good example of that. You have to play by its rules. It won't play by yours. Still, overall, it's a good printer, once you learn to play by its rules.
Date published: 2017-08-03
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