Solid ink is an unusal style of printing solely based on the fact that only one manufacturer – Xerox – currently has solid ink products on the market.
But not only does Xerox support solid ink printing, they announced a revolutionary new product, the ColorQube series, that has changed the way customers pay for color.
Solid ink, paper, and cords
Stuff their stockings with the necessary supplies so they’ll be off and printing. Solid ink, paper, USB cables, Ethernet cables are just a few possible options. Looking for free or discounted supplies? Join Staples Rewards program and earn money back on everyday printing supplies.
$800 – $5000
The Xerox Phaser 8560 is the entry level seriesinto the solid ink line and starts at $799 for the base model, the8560N. We reviewed the next step up, the 8560DN, earlier this year and really feelin love with solid ink. No mess, no waste, and great prints. Not to mention that you can color with the solid ink sticks and they come in funky shapes for easy loading.
Keep in mind that this list doesn’t include every solid ink printer currently available on the market. This section of our buyer’s guide merely highlights some of the recent solid ink printers we’ve reviewed that our editors think deserve your attention. Check back soon for new additions throughout the holiday season!