Conclusion: For the most part, the Phaser 6010 is a generic desktop color laser printer. It’s very light and compact, and very quiet, even when printing. It’s not as fast as a few of the other color lasers in its price class that we’ve recently tested, but given the very high quality of the output, we don’t see any user being unhappy about getting 10ppm from the printer. Supply costs are a bit on the high side.
Pros: Highly compact, Very good quality output, Has 10 sheet bypass tray for specialty papers
Cons: No Wi-Fi, No automatic duplexing, Slow first-copy out time
Conclusion: It was hard to find a flaw with the 6010 because it is what Xerox advertises: a compact, easy to use LED printer that provides quality prints for a solid initial price tag. The things I mention in the cons list are minor; the monochrome print speeds didn't hit 15 ppm in our tests and there is no automatic duplexing option, a fairly common feature found on business models.
Pros: Compact footprint, Great print quality, Ease of use
Cons: B&W print speeds slightly slower than advertised, Manual duplexing
Summary: The Xerox Phaser 6010 is a printer we wanted to like. Its simplicity, good performance and output quality are compelling. Actually, we did like it, we just don't like paying though the nose for toner, and the lack of automatic duplexing makes it hard to save on paper, too.
Summary: Beim Farblaserdrucker Xerox Phaser 6010V/N kommt LED-Technik zum Einsatz. Dabei belichtet der Drucker die Bildtrommel mit Leuchtdioden anstelle eines Laserstrahls. Vorteil: Der Xerox Phaser 6010V/N ist für einen Farblaser erstaunlich handlich. Außerdem benötigte der Drucker im Test mit 4,4 Watt im Energiespar-Modus wenig Strom.