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Xerox lands Line of the Year award from BLI

Xerox have been presented with the Document Imaging Solutions Line of the Year award from Buyers Laboratory LLC [BLI] for the second time.

The award from BLI, who are the world’s leading independent provider of analytical information and services to the digital imaging and document management industry, came as a result of Xerox’s exceptional portfolio of document imaging capabilities, including solutions enabled by ConnectKey technology, Xerox App Studio and Xerox Mobile Print Cloud.

“Xerox is particularly adept at developing solutions that address customers’ pain points to solve business challenges, as well as at partnering with third-party developers to offer best-of-breed solutions,” said Jamie Beales, senior editor, Solutions Coverage, BLI.

That wasn’t the only award received by Xerox, though, as they also landed the BLI’s 2015 awards for Outstanding Achievement in Innovation for the Xerox App Studio, Outstanding Small Business Mobile Print Solution for Xerox Mobile Print Cloud and Outstanding Enterprise Mobile Print Solution for Xerox Mobile Print Solution.

“As our customers raise the bar on efficiency and productivity, we are responding with the most advanced multifunction technology built around the ConnectKey ecosystem and a complete set of innovative solutions,” said Jim Rise, senior vice president, Office and Solutions Business Unit, Xerox.

“We are also focused on helping our partners and resellers deliver unique and differentiated workflows through the Xerox App Studio and ConnectKey apps.”

You can check our our range of Xerox printers, devices and consumables here.

We have also chosen our Top 5 Xerox printers, based on value, quality, features, customer reviews and our seal of approval, which you can view here.

Get creative and save with A3 Printing

a3 printingAre you looking to save on print costs and enhance your print capabilities? If so, then A3 printing may be the perfect choice for your print setup.

Whether it’s for your business’ marketing projects or for the kids’ homework, with A3 printing, creativity can blossom and allow you to produce prints with far more impact than a generic A4 print.

A3 printing is a great opportunity for both homes and businesses, particularly when it comes to print costs.

For example, did you know that, more often than not, an A3 printer delivers A4 pages much cheaper and faster than an actual A4 device.

A3 printing isn’t just for large projects and one-off prints; an A3 printer could easily be your home or office printer, too.

Find out more about our A3 printers here.

We have chosen a selection of devices that would be ideal for introducing A3 printing to your home or business.  Check them out below:

Brother DCP-J4110DW Colour Inkjet MFP

  • Print – Copy – Scan – Fax
  • Print in A3 via a rear, one-sheet tray
  • AirPrint and Google Cloud Print support
  • Lower print costs with high-yield ink cartridges

Rated 8/10 stars (4/5)

Epson WorkForce WF-7610DWF A3 Colour Inkjet Printer

  • Print – Copy – Scan – Fax up to A3
  • Apple AirPrint and Google Cloud Print support
  • Wi-Fi Direct for simple mobile printing
  • Rear paper path for thicker media

Rated 9/10 stars (4.5/5)

Xerox Phaser 7500N Colour LED A3 Printer

  • Outstanding colour prints up to A3
  • Print on a wide range of media; card, labels and banners
  • 1 Ghz processor for a fast, powerful performance
  • Low-cost per page with high-yield toners

Rated 8/10 stars (4/5)

Xerox Phaser 7800DN SRA3 Graphic Arts Printer

  • Outstanding print quality in sizes up to A3
  • Print of a wide range of media
  • Optional finishing upgrades, including booklet making
  • Step-by-step help videos built in

Rated 9/10 stars (4.5/5)

VIDEO: Review of the Epson LW-700 Label Printer

epson lw-700An office can always benefit from adding a label printer to their print setup – they’re deceptively useful once their part of the business.  We have taken a closer look at the Epson LW-700 Label Printer, which can be used both as a desktop and portable device.

The Epson LW-700 is a label printer that’s specifically designed for a variety of industries; its equally useful in and out of the office.

With easy-to-use functions, print-preview screen and one long nine-metre tape included, the user-friendly Epson LW-700 effortlessly allows you to create up to 24mm-width labels.

Coming with Label Editor Software, you can design and create your own labels – and even store them on your PC for future use – as well as choose from a wide range of templates that are stored on the Epson LW-700.

Using a special toolbar, you can add frames, symbols, barcodes and images for full customisation. Also, with the data import function you can also choose to print one label up to 999 times, or 999 different labels, in a single print job – making the Epson LW-700 ideal for large office projects.

As mentioned, the Epson LW-700 can be used as a portable label printer, too; simply unplug the device from your PC and you can create and print labels while on the move.  Coming with a full QWERTY keyboard and clear graphic display screen, the Epson LW-700 is really easy to use.

If you want to know what comes in the box with the Epson LW-700, check out our unboxing video here.

Check out our Epson LW-700 Label Printer review here:

VIDEO: Unboxing the Epson LW-700 Label Printer

A reliable, consistent label printer will always be a handy addition to any office setup, in fact, until your business has one, you won’t realise how helpful they actually are.  So, with this in mind, we have decided to take a look at what comes in the box with the Epson LW-700 Label Printer.

We show you exactly what comes with the Epson LW-700 Label Printer, such as guides, cables and even how much starter tape you get with the device.

You’ll be glad to learn that you can print straight from the box with the Epson LW-700 Label Printer, though it is advised that you stock up on tape, as there is only nine metres with this Epson LabelWorks machine.

You can get tape, in a variety of colours and materials, for the Epson LW-700 Label Printer here.

As ever, we also show you where to find the all-important serial number, which will allow you to register your Epson LW-700 Label Printer.

Watch our Epson LW-700 Label Printer unboxing video below:

VIDEO: Xerox ColorQube 8580 vs. Xerox ColorQube 8570 Comparison

The Xerox ColorQube 8570 Solid Ink Printer is a seriously impressive device that’s able to produce consistently outstanding prints on a wide range of media.  However, with the introduction of the Xerox ColorQube 8580 Solid Ink Printer, we have taken a look at the key differences between the two.

Overall, both Xerox Solid Ink Printers are strikingly similar, not only in looks, but in terms of their features – though, there are some noticeable differences, which we have highlighted.

As mentioned, with both machines using Xerox Solid Ink, the print quality is exceptional, with vivid colours and sharp, accurate text produced on a wide range of media, from plain paper to labels, envelopes, card stock, business cards and glossy paper.

As ever, when it comes to Xerox Solid Ink, your printer running costs will be some of the best available, too – there is a potential to save up to 70% should you print a lot of colour pages, for example.   Plus, when you add key cost-effective features such as automatic two-sided printing, the savings will continue even further still.

It’s also worth keeping in mind that the Xerox ColorQube 8580 uses the same Solid Ink sticks as the Xerox ColorQube 8570, so, you can use your existing inks if you decide to upgrade.

The key differences between the two Xerox printers are in the performance, with the Xerox ColorQube 8580 coming with double the memory – 1 GB – and faster print speeds of 51 pages per minute, as opposed to 40 pages per minute.  Now, while this may not seem like much, it will certainly make a huge difference when printing large jobs.

Also, the ColorQube 8580 includes Mopria certification; making printing from mobiles and tablets really simple – giving you real flexibility in a busy office environment.

Check out our Xerox ColorQube 8580 vs. Xerox ColorQube 8570 Comparison video below:

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