New Xerox
  The Xerox 4595 - an A3 monochrome copier/printer aimed at busy office workgroups and 'light production' environments - has hit the high street.The machine boasts excellent speed, print image quality, and price/performance. Other benefits such as ease-of-use, robust finishing options and an array of productivity-enhancing features combine to make the Xerox 4595 the definitive choice for customers needing to consistently produce high volumes of professional-quality documents on demand.The 4595 is one of the most productive machines in its class, printing and copying at 95 ppm (A3) with a first-copy-out time as fast as three seconds, and scanning at 100 images per minute. Flexible media handling completes the 4595's productivity benefits; customers can choose up to eight paper trays, offering a paper input capacity of up to 8,225 sheets.With its small footprint and high print speed, the Xerox 4595 is suited to busy, high-volume environments including print shops and central reproduction departments in industries such as education, government and public sector, where maximum uptime and fast turnaround are required. Key features that ensure optimal efficiency, particularly for large workgroups include:• 512 MB of on-board RAM and standard 40GB hard disk drive make it possible to process heavy workloads;• The ability to perform multiple jobs concurrently means that any number of users can copy, print and scan separate jobs at the same time, significantly increasing productivity;• A 250-sheet document handler makes performing large scan jobs easier, while a generous media capacity of up to eight trays (and 8,225 sheets) allows for longer unattended operation, so that users can get on with the task of printing, copying and scanning;• A load-while-run capability and eight pick points make high-volume jobs smoother and easier;• Workflow-enhancing features such as: Scan-to-Email, (with LDAP support and Mail Delivery Notification, enabling direct scanning to your MS Outlook or Lotus Notes address book); a 'scan once, reprint many' capability, as well as the ability to submit jobs from anywhere via Web browser;• The 4595 has the CentreWare look and feel that Xerox customers will already be familiar with, meaning no learning curve and out-of-the-box productivity for users.The Xerox 4595 can accommodate a broad range of documents and finishing options, making it suitable for a whole host of business applications, from reports, mailers and brochures to training manuals and complex documents with mixed sizes, covers and inserts.The machine comes equipped with either a standard finisher, offering 100-sheet stapling, hole punching and an interposer, or with a booklet-maker finisher. A folding unit can be added to either finisher, while the addition of a post-fuser feeding inserter makes it possible to automatically add colour documents to output sets or books.www.xerox.com