Dimensions W x D x H:
420 x 483 x 347 mm
Adobe® PostScript® 3™, PCL® 5e, 6, PDF, TIFF
First Page Out (Seconds):
Max Paper Size:
Max Paper Weight:
Mono or Colour:
Pages Per Min Colour:
Pages Per Min Mono:
Paper Handling Output:
1200 x 2400
AirPrint,Google Cloud Print,Mobile,NFC
The Xerox Phaser 6510DNI A4 Colour Laser Printer is a capable workhorse printer that is ideal for small to medium-sized offices. With a high printing speed and support for modern networking and cloud printing services, you'll find that the Xerox Phaser 6510DNI A4 Colour Laser Printer will be a trusted part of your IT setup for years to come.
The Xerox Phaser 6510DNI A4 Colour Laser Printer is capable of printing 28 pages per minute in both black and white and colour settings. It's also a resilient option, as it is able to print documents using its mono supplies when it has run out of colour toner. This significantly reduces the risk of downtime when supplies start to run low. It is also capable of automatic double sided printing, meaning that you could cut the amount of paper that you use in half, compared to a printer that is only capable of single sided printing.
Dimensions: (W)420 x (D)483 x (H)347mm
Warranty: 1 Year Manufactures Warranty
- Xerox Phaser 6510DNI Printer
- Software CD & User Guide
- Starter Toners - 1,000 Pages* each
- Power Cable
Customer Questions & Answers
Q: Cost per page for black& white and colour?
Question by: Tim Clark on 6 Apr 2021 12:41:00
A: Hi Tim,
Thanks for the question,
The Xerox Phaser 6510DN works out at approx.
1.6p in Mono and 9.6p in colour on cost per copy.
This calculation is based on current pricing which is subject to change over time and excludes the cost of additional long life components such as drums, fusers or other maintenance items.
I hope this helps
The Printerbase Team
Answer by: Simon Green (Admin) on 6 Apr 2021 14:27:00
Rated 5.0 Stars by 1 customer
Customer Reviews 1 item(s)
Great office printer with excellent print outs.
Published on 9th March 2021
Decent reasonably priced laser printer with very good print quality generally.
The cons are considerable for what I need it for - it jams a lot but I am using A6 card (instead of A4 paper which I imagine it is ideal for)
The non printable area is bigger than a few other lasers so you need to work around that