|Item Weight||75 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||20.5 x 16 x 14.5 inches|
|Item model number||8570/DN|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||8570/DN|
Xerox ColorQube Solid ink Color Printer, Up To 40 Pages/min for Color and Black and White (8570DN)
|Price:||$1,199.49 & FREE Shipping. Details|
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- Green_Compliant - Yes
- Green_Compliance_Certificate/authority - RoHS
- Ethernet - Yes
- Number_Of_Input_Trays_Installed - 2
- Number_Of_Input_Trays_Supported - 5
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This is a long review, so let me put some of my most important conclusions right up front: Only buy the 8570 if you do relatively little printing. Otherwise, if you do a lot of printing, the ink costs will probably be disturbingly high. For those who do a lot of printing, or even a moderate amount, the 8870 is going to be your more economical option in the long run. Consider leasing the 8870. Repairs and supplies are normally included in a lease. I have had two machines develop problems that could not be repaired and they were replaced as part of the lease agreement. Don't consider these machines if noise is a big concern. If you need a very fast printer, these machines are not going to work unless you are willing to print in the draft modes, which sacrifice print quality for speed. Consistent print quality may be the greatest strength of these machines. Paper handling is also excellent. These machines are great for text, line art, or photos. However, photo quality is noticeably reduced in the Black and White mode. These are color printers and they work best in the Color mode, especially when it comes to photos. This means if top-notch quality is important to you, you may have to pay for color ink even if you are only printing black and white photos. The machines are reliable up to a point.Read more ›
The 8570 is pretty big, easily bigger than an HP Laser Jet 2100, take up a good chink of desk space, and weighs a lot. I estimated it weighs about 65 lbs and it took my boss and I to carry it over to where it was being set up! Once it was unboxed, you cold tell that Xerox put a lot of thought into their packaging. There's a minimum of polystyrene and plastic in the box, and all of the compartments and access doors are taped off to keep them from opening. The tape also has tabbed edges so it was easier to peel it off. Thanks Xerox! Features include a good-sized paper tray (I estimated it would hold 500 sheets) that has adjustable guides for lots of different paper sizes. It comes with the very important maintenance kit, overflow/waste tray, and 2 sets of ink (one set was already in the printer). There's a fold-out front feeder and access port for clearing jams as well. It's pretty straightforward to set it up.Read more ›
1. NEVER ever turn it off. When you do, the wax blocks glue the cutting blades and then when you turn it on, they break and are NOT replaceable.
2. When you call Xerox, they COULD NOT GIVE A HOOT about your stress. Their answer? "Your warranty ran out. Pay for a technician to come to your office and fix the machine." Estimated cost $500+. Cost of a new machine (BUY JAPANESE - NOT XEROX) about $550.
3. Called a local technician, the have no clue about Xerox because Xerox only allows Xerox trained technicians to get parts.
4. Called A Xerox technician (closest was 3 hours by car)- "Ah, we know that problem, never turn off the printer - just to come and have a look will be $350 and if the board is gone, that'll be another $250 or more."
Solution? A trip to the Dump - and if you take my advice, that's were Xerox belongs as well. The whole company.
Someone please tell me how a printer that cost $650 has an $850 part???? That is just the part, not the labor.
Needless to say I am a huge fan of hating Xerox now. Oh, and my HP 4000 is still running fine after 15 years of service....
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have this printer for over five years in my home office, printed less than 10,000 pages so far. It is a solidly made machine and prints at extremely high quality. Read morePublished 4 months ago by IraqiInAmerica
This printer is an expensive piece of garbage. The toner is overly expensive . The printer uses lots of toner just to warm up. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Jon Weininger
The print is lovely. However it has broken 3 times under warranty, and now again after the warranty is up. It will cost close to 600 to fix. Read morePublished 7 months ago by kathleen Frawley
When it works, the print quality and speed is fabulous. Key words: "when it works".
I had one of these for less than three years. Read more
The 8570 prints gorgeous pictures, but when it breaks, it breaks permanently. We have gone through five 8570’s over the past 4 years, with each of them experiencing what I would... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Philip Lochner
I am completely disappointed in this Xerox Colorqube. 1 year and 2 months after purchase (so 2 months out of warranty) it has a phantom paper jam that we are unable to clear... Read morePublished 13 months ago by D Jeffries
I have a 8560/8550 for a few years and had been paying for the yearly warranty of about 125.00, With Xerox Phasers you will need it, but after a few years you had paid enough to... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Mad Matt
Not the most intuitive printer to setup and is very finicky with the network connections. It's okay for the price but I've seen better brands and models that trumps this Xerox... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Luis P.
This printer has very nice performance of colors.
Love it. So sad that this printer has som isues that Xerox has not fixed. Read more