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Xerox WorkCentre 6515/DN All-in-One Color Laser Printer $179.95 @ B&H Photo w/ Free Shipping

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Specs:
Print, Scan, Copy, Fax
Print Resolution: 1200 x 2400 dpi
Print Speed: 30 ppm (Simplex)
Optical Scan Resolution: 600 x 600 dpi
Maximum Document Size: 8.5 x 14"
Mobile Printing; Duplex Printing
50-Sheet Single-Pass Duplex ADF
250-Sheet Input & 50-Sheet Bypass Trays
Color Touchscreen; Easy-Access USB Port
USB 3.0 and Ethernet Connectivity
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Has no Wi-Fi, if you want the one with Wi-Fi its $263
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Why are laser printers so big?
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Why are laser printers so big?
All in one including ADF and duplex printing. For color laser printer, 4 toners are not small. Also other parts like a big paper holder. Normally, they are just workhorse of the office.
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WiFi module looks to be about $49.
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Could also try a travel router. They are a little work but one set up you just plug the Ethernet into the travel router and it connects right to the wifi.

TP-Link N300 Wireless Portable Nano Travel Router - WiFi Bridge/Range Extender/Access Point/Client Modes, Mobile in Pocket(TL-WR802N) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00TQEX...0CbHE2KZJ8
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Can 3rd party toner/drums be used with this unit? Does anyone here have experience with this unit?
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How do they stack up against Canon's and Lexmark laser printers? Thoughts from the experts?
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Added it to the cart...looked on Amazon for reviews.
Looks like everyone has trouble with the network connectivity, paper jamming, printer failing.
I can't have that kind of issue even at $200 price point....

Bought a Canon instead.
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Has no Wi-Fi, if you want the one with Wi-Fi its $263
So how I does the mobile printing? Mentioned in the OP
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So how I does the mobile printing? Mentioned in the OP
"USB 3.0 and Ethernet Connectivity"

It has Ethernet, just no wifi..So, if you wanted this as a network printer or to do mobile printing, you would have to plug it in via ethernet to your switch/wireless router and get it on your network.
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Read the amazon reviews, some are awful.
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I sell Xerox (and other brands) for a living. It is easy to make this wireless as several have mentioned. Mobile printing is available via your stock device apps or free Xerox Mobile Print, or Mopria apps.

I would not suggest 3rd party toner for these. Any issues with paper jams, paper problems, are usually user error. The printer needs to be on a level surface. If you are printing heavily colored docs on cheap paper you will have curling and it may eventually jam. The biggest issue you may have is larger job spooling is not always instantaneous.

Compared to Canon, Lexmark, etc you will have better color matching with Xerox. Very user friendly and intuitive and a steal at this price.
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I have this printer. Do not purchase if you plan on connecting to it with anything other than USB to a desktop. It has horrible connectivity issues. Wifi direct is horrible even with the wifi adapter. It's a nice printer but I have a docking station and work wireless as well. Everytime you switch connections you have to run the windows troubleshooting for it to find the right port. Good printer bad connectivity and software.
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