LaserAge One of Canada’s First to Resell Memjet 60-PPM C6010 Color Inkjet Printer

new C6010

LaserAge  Inc. of Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, is Memjet’s first and only Southwestern Ontario authorized reseller for the Memjet-powered C6010 office printer. In a press release, LaserAge also said that Memjet will be launching an MFP version of the C6010 mid-year – presumably the Evojet Office Pro 310 (see here). 

LaserAge is a local office printing and imaging solutions provider that has been serving Southwestern Ontario for over 20 years. It markets managed print services, printers, copier/MFPs, and consumables, as well as service and repairs.  LaserAge will be offering the Memjet C6010 as part of a  managed print service contract, promising operating costs half that of traditional office printers. The C6010 uses Memjet’s page-wide print stationary print head with  70,000 ink nozzles, and can deliver 60 ppm at 1,600 x 800 dpi resolution. Memjet has an authorized cartridge-refilling program for the C6010, although it’s not clear if LaserAge will be providing refilling.

For more information, visit LaserAge here.

 

5 Responses

  1. Grace says:

    i did have this printer, very expensive USD625, and it’s crap, no Wi-Fi, no scanner/no faxer, other than these, this trash is paper jam all the time and need 2 mins to initialize whenever you stop print more than 30 mins. i am going to refund this trash.

    • Yes, it is expensive but the low cost per page will easily outstrip the disadvantage in terms of Total Cost of Ownership. Moreover, Memjet has an MFP version (fax/scan/print/copy) that is only available in the EU.

  2. Grace says:

    By the way, i was very angry was that my water cup spill out to the paper print of this printer , the ink are spread out and splash to my white skirt which can’t be washed out.

    • Kathleen Wirth says:

      Thanks for letting us know about your experiences with this printer, and sorry that that happened.

    • Grace,

      It is ironic that the ink comes off the paper so easily but stubbornly clings to your dress. This is Memjet’s biggest weakness–dye-based inks. Our testing has showed that pigment-based inks are nearly impervious to water and hi-lighters. Moreover, the word is out there that the print head–the core of the technology, cannot be modified for use with pigment-based inks.

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