The Xerox Phaser 6110MFP is a laser colour printer that easily prints up to 17 pages per minute in black and white or 4 pages per minute in colour. It is a multifunction printer that can also scan, copy, and fax documents and is the perfect solution for a small to medium sized business. Scanning is done using a CCD scan element that has an optical resolution of up to 600 x 1,200 dpi. The fax machine on the Xerox 6110MFP transmits data at a transmissions speed of 33.6 Kbps and is also Super G3 compatible. Copying documents is simple and efficient with easy-to-use buttons such as Fit To Page, ID Card Copy, and Toner Save.
This printer will not occupy much space and has dimensions of 46.48 cm in width, 42.92 cm in depth, and 48.51 cm in height. It is moderately heavy at a recorded weight of 20.50 kg. This printer was designed under guidelines to be energy efficient and during operation it uses up to 350 watts of energy, dropping to 30 watts during standby. This powerful printer is also manufactured to handle a monthly impression cycle of up to 24,200 pages. Xerox 6110MFP toner is constructed to be long-lasting and effectively print up to 2,000 pages per cartridge at 5 per cent coverage.
This printer also makes great use of 2400 IQ technology to further improve documents and reproduce colours to appear as genuine as possible. The fax machine also comes with neat features such as a junk fax barrier, colour faxing, fax forwarding, and an email function to receive incoming faxes. The Xerox 6110MFP also prints on unorthodox media such as transparencies, labels, cards, envelopes, bond paper, and plain paper. In addition, Xerox 6110MFP toner is available at a cut-rate price on Cartridge Save and is one of the cheapest replacements available.
The Xerox 6110MFP's colour printing is not very fast and may not be appropriate for a group that specifically needs colour prints. This printer takes 35 seconds to warm up and still another 18 seconds to produce the first black and white printout. Colour printing takes 36 seconds plus the warm-up to create the first colour print. In addition, operation is not quiet at a sound level of 47 decibels during operation.