great idea.. but bad implementation of it.. wastes ink that's extremely expensive to purchase.
30 October 2015
Summary: I like the idea but the amount of waste this printer creates in using up the ink just to start up is crazy.. it costs so much money everytime I buy ink.. I can just buy a new printer every time I order new ink.. maybe I'll chuck this printer and do that instead..
Excerpt: This was purchased when I was unable to find a memory expansion chip the machine would recognize.
It increased the printing speed so it does work but the machine does not recognize the memory on the diagnostic's printout.
Do not be mislead by the "Productivity Kit" description Xerox calls this.
Summary: Everything was great on this purchase with the expection of the printer not being cleared before it arrived. I had to pay a Xerox technition to come and use his laptop to reprogram the printer. It had lost some of the intitial settings from the factory.
Summary: I've had the Xerox Phaser 8560DN for a few years now and it is a good printer, but my main problem with it is how much Xerox charges for the ink. Blocks of ink sell in sets of 3 blocks per box, for $125. You need 4 colors for a complete refill and that means $500 to refill the ink.
Summary: This printer produces stunning output and has excellent paper handling. Setup was a breeze. But, it is quite noisy when printing and when it is in standby mode (after overnight, for example) the first page takes 2-3 minutes to print.
Excerpt: As a have stated in my previous review, I have three colour printers at work, one super duper one, a second being relatively good and my back up plan which was my last review. The Xerox Phaser 8560 I have had for two years and decided to keep when I recently upgraded to my super duper printer that...