Xerox Adds A4 Wireless MFPs Starting at $449

Xerox has added two A4 office MFPs, the 33-ppm WorkCentre 3315 ($499) and 37-ppm WorkCentre 3325 ($599) for small offices and workgroups, plus the Phaser 3320 ($349  standalone desktop laser printer. (All pricing is after using a $50 rebate).
Both monochrome laser-based MFPs feature WiFi wireless network connectivity, duplex printing, as well as color scan to e-mail, network and USB flash memory drives, and color fax. They also support Xerox’s Xerox CentreWare® IS enterprise-management solution, and Secure Print. With Secure Print, the user enters a passcode of their choosing in the print driver; the job doesn’t print until the user enters the passcode at the MFP’s control panel. (Other security includes IPSec, SNMPv3, IP filtering, IPv6 and network authentication.)
Both MFPs are virtually the same except that the WorkCentre 3325 has a faster print speed (37 ppm versus 33 ppm), faster CPU (600 MHz versus 360 MHz), and higher maximum monthly volume (80,000 versus 50,000 pages).  They also use different all-in-one toner cartridges. The 37-ppm WorkCentre 3325 can use a toner cartridge ($144.99) that yields 5,000 pages for a cost per page of  2.89 cents, and also a high-capacity toner cartridge ($249.99) that yields 11,000 pages for a cost per page of  2.27 cents, both of which are very competitive for this class. In contrast the 33-ppm WorkCentre 3315 uses an all-in-one toner cartridge ($89.99) that yields 2,300 pages for a higher cost per page of 3.91 cents.
Complete specifications for both units are available here.
The 37-ppm Phaser 3320 is the printer-only version, with WiFi connectivity, 10/100/1000 BaseT Ethernet network interface and automatic duplex printing, It uses an all-in-one toner cartridge ($162.99) that yields 5,000 pages for a cost per page of 3.25 cents, and a higher-yield all-one-in toner cartridge ($249.99) that yields 11,000 pages for a more competitive cost per page of 2.27 cents.
Complete specifications for the Phaser 3320 can be found here.
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