Fuji Xerox printer reviews

All our Fuji Xerox printer reviews from 2010 in one place

If you're running a small business and need to print a lot of documents, you'd be hard pressed to find a better printer brand than Fuji Xerox. Fuji Xerox's single-function and multifunction monochrome and colour laser printers come in a variety of prices and specifications, so anything from a small business to large enterprise is taken care of.

Running a business? Look at our guide to buying a laser printer.

Need an inbuilt scanner, fax or copier? Read the multifunction printer buying guide.

Buying an inkjet for your small business? Have a look over the inkjet printer buying guide.

Not sure what automatic duplex, Wi-Fi sharing or a waste cartridge is? Check out our guide to understanding printer specifications.

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Fuji Xerox Australia Phaser 3100MFP

Even for the low initial cost, the Fuji Xerox Phaser 3100MFP monochrome printer underperforms. Its low running cost and ability to print Sudoku grids aside, there are a few too many shortcomings to warrant the cost of this multifunction.

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  • 3rd Nov., 2009
  • James Hutchinson
  • Fuji Xerox Australia
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  • Pros:
  • Printable Sudoku grids, reasonable print speeds, low consumable cost
  • Cons:
  • Convoluted menu interface, no way to disable keypad sounds, no Wi-Fi dongle in Australia


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