Pros: Xerox WorkCentre/ Laser Printer worked great, low running cost and very good quality prints.
Cons: Bought a new computer with Windows 7 operating system, and the Xerox WorkCentre did not work with it (wasn't supported). Called Xerox, and after several hours of transfering me from one place to another, the final word was that Xerox does no longer suppor
Pros: Fast Lowest cost color of any color printer (only if you don't use Xerox brand ink) - about .04 per page. I use Media Sciences exclusively, half Xerox's price. Service tech is great. This is key to a happy experience with any high-volume printer.
Cons: Can be expensive if you use Xerox brand ink. Generic ink sticks produce less vibrant colors. Loud, especially in high-speed (draft) mode
Pros: Great color and decent speed for small work group with frequent PPT decks that have heavy color coverage and graphics on each page. And the solid ink is non-toxic. Love the duplexing feature. Very easy to set up and operate.
Cons: Solid inks are very expensive and go quickly, but not sure how it compares with laser and inkjet. Heavy patches of color will scratch off paper since it's a melted crayon-like wax. Can be a little loud. Bit of an energy drain when warming up.
Pros: Once warmed up, fast printing, good color, double sided. Easy setup.
Cons: We have about 35 of these where I work (school, K-12). On about half of them, the displays failed. Xerox replaced those free. Now, as we approach four years of use, they are dying. Warrenty is only one year. after that, its $450+ for service.
Cons: The print head may have a limited lifespan. The cost of replacement is $850 - $900 plus labor. If you do not have a service contract, Xerox tells you to go pound sand. This should be a $100 part that the consumer can replace.