Xerox Phaser 6110 Colour Laser Printer - Network Version - £152.96 Delivered! - HotUKDeals
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For anyone who saw the Xerox posted earlier tonight, this may also be a consideration.

tis exactly the same as the Xerox 6110, but for an extra £13 you can get the N version, this version has twice the onboard memory as the 6110 but it also has an eithernet port, so you can hook it to your router/modem/computer and use it over a home/office network.
this offer also includes free next day delivery and doesn't require you to use google checkout.

So, A Network Colour Laser Printer from Xeror, on your doorstep next day for under £153...can't be bad!

EDIT : Forgot to add, ebuyer have the network version for £201.28 inc VAT.
- arcsbite
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[*]A4 Colour Laser
[*]Up to 4ppm colour
[*]Up to 16ppm mono
[*]300 MHz Processor
[*]USB2.0 Specification Hi-Speed Certified
[*]Network model (Phaser 6110n)
[*]Up to 2400 x 600 Image Quality
[*]150 sheet paper input capacity
[*]100 sheet paper output capacity
[*]Windows & Mac compatible
[*]One Year Waranty
[*]Next Day Delivery included[/LIST]
Nice price that arcsbite, we like the networking one ;-)
I was just about to order the 6110 from ebuyer, but the bargain hunter in me made me look around, I notice that ebuyer have the 6110n in too...only they want £201.28 for it
Some advice:
Whilst it looks like a bargain, I'd advise you to check the price of replacement toner cartridges and the number of pages each one will produce. Historically consumerables is an area where manufacturers recover their losses on the printer hardware.
With the black toner costing around £25 the cost of each black only page at 5% cover is 1.5p and assuming equal use of the 3 colour toners colour pages would be 7.5p and upwards per page dependent on the amount of colour used.
It probably doesnt work out much different to inkjets these days, at least for black, they too give the printers away and make money on the inks.

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