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article imageDJ Inside: The Xerox Phaser 7300DN Sets the Bar for Laser Printing

By Digital Journal Staff     Mar 8, 2004 in Technology
With the features this printer comes with, it’s practically in an echelon of its own. Equipped with a single 550-sheet paper tray, the 7300DN can also handle sheets up to 12 by 18 inches, proving that bigger is really better.
But the Phaser 7300DN is just as much about communication with the user as it is about printing. The supplied software does a superb job of configuring the printer for network use, offers full control over print features and it comes with tons of information files and tips.
While you’re working on your PC, the 7300DN will spit out pop-up windows for low paper warnings and offer software-accessible tips on how the printer can be tweaked for better output quality. It’s the perfect network laser printer for users who don’t like to waste time reading manuals.
But the real added value is in its versatility; in addition to lightning-fast output of text documents like email and spreadsheets, it can also print photos with surprising colour accuracy and image quality. And for those who want the ultimate proofing printer, the 7300DN can even output Adobe PostScript files. With a cache of colour-correction features, this grandiose machine makes it really easy to fine-tune settings and adjust the look of your prints.
A good balance between speedy output and photorealistic quality is uncommon, making the 7300DN a rare gem in the world of network printers.
FEATURES:
  • 550-sheet paper tray
  • Prints sheets up to 12 by 18 inches
  • 30 pages per minute in colour
  • 37 pages per minute in black and white
  • 2,400 dpi resolution for colour prints
  • True Adobe PostScript printer for proofing of images
“This printer allows busy offices to produce both high-quality color and black-and-white prints in record time.”
— Jim Miller, President, Xerox Office Printing Business.
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