Summary: Fantastic printer for my desktop publishing (you'll disagree if you're publishing a photo album - this is not a photo printer, but the 600 dpi pic on my cover does look fantastic). I've printed over 3,000 pages to date on 28# Hammermill paper. Other reviewers complained of excessive curling, but I haven't had any trouble (and I am printing on both sides of every page). Replaced my first toner cartridge with a generic - recognized as genuine Xerox and kept going.
Summary: This is a top notch printer for home or office use. It does eat up toner, as the other review mentions, but I don't think it is any worse than other printers of similar quality. If you want a good deal on toner, go for the 8800 with solid ink. However, the printer's base price will be $3K. In any case, this printer delivers top notch quality documents. The colors are crisp, strong, and there are no detectable variations in the intensity. Colors are quite uniform.
Summary: I study phaser 6600dn photo look natural than 8750dn but letter print 8750 is better why? Dark letter print than 6600dn but on glossy paper photo 6600dn when see dark picture color more clear can see area dark like I can see clock there back of person 8570dn real dark behind person I can't see clock there
Summary: Since getting this printer me and my small business' work speed and activity has continued to grow. This printer has been able to handle what my other previous printer could not. The pages come out within seconds of clicking the print button on our laptops, iPads, iPhones, or desktops. The quality of the prints in color is vivid and I would highly recommend this printer. Keep up the good work Xerox!
Pros: I bought this printer for use in my home office and have not been disappointed. It warms up quickly and prints very fast. The print quality is great and the duplexing works quickly as well. Connecting the printer to home network is also straightforward and easy. However, for wireless networking a separate wireless accessories is required. The printer ships with fully loaded toner cartridges, and I have yet to replace any of them after more than six months of moderate ...
Cons: It would have been nice if the printer came set up for wireless networking. As I mentioned there is a wireless network attachment available however it costs hundred dollars. Any of the other upgrades to this printer are also expensive for what they are.