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N2025 Configurations
N2025 Configurations:
• N2025 Base Printer (Part #: N2025): Single Input Tray – 500 Sheet
(Letter, Legal, A4), Output - 500 Sheet Face-down
• TD Kit (Part #: RG5TDKIT): Second A3 tray, plus duplex module
Xerox B&W Laser vs. Competition
Selling against HP
The new N Series printers are advantaged in the areas most
important to customers:
• Print speed: engine speed coupled with new powerful
processors
• Paper capacity: wide media ranges - sizes and weights
• Price/performance: faster printing at a lower price
Selling against Lexmark
The new N Series printers are advantaged in the areas most
important to customers:
• Media handling: wider media ranges, sizes and weights,
including 11 x 17 and A3 capabilities
• Print speed: engine speed coupled with new powerful
processors
N2025 Competitive Advantages
The DocuPrint N2025 as compared to the
HP LaserJet 5000/5000 N/5000GN
• 25% faster simplex speed and 73% faster duplex speed
• 200 MHz PowerPC processor vs. 100 MHz NEC Vr4300
• 500 sheets input and output for main trays vs. 250 sheets
• Up to 200 g/m2 from all trays vs. 105 g/m2 from main trays
• 32 MB memory standard vs. 4 MB
(8 MB on 5000N, 12 MB on 5000GN)
• Edge-to-edge printing vs. 4.2 mm from edge
compared to the Lexmark Optra T612/T612n
• Larger maximum paper size— 11 x 17/A3 vs. 8.5 x 14/A4
• 200 MHz PowerPC processor vs. 167 MHz NEC VR4310
• True 1200 dpi speed 40% faster
• Envelopes from the main trays and 500 sheet feeders vs.
expensive option
• 32 MB memory standard on all models vs. 8 MB on T612
(16 MB on T612n)
• Edge-to-edge printing vs. "fit-to-page" image compression
compared to the IBM InfoPrint 20
• 46% faster duplex speed
• 200 MHz PowerPC processor vs. 66 MHz Intel 80960HD
• 100K duty cycle vs. 75K
• True 1200 dpi vs. 1200 emulation by resolution doubling from 600 dpi
• Up to 200 g/m
from all trays vs. 135 g/m
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• PCL 6 and PCL 5e emulation vs. PCL 5e emulation
• 32 MB memory standard vs. 8 MB
compared to the QMS 2060 BX
• 200 MHz PowerPC processor vs. 100 MHz NEC VR4300
• 130K duty cycle vs. 50K
• True 1200 dpi and 1200 Image Quality standard vs. expensive option
• Up to 200 g/m
from all trays vs. 157 g/m
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• 3,150 sheet input maximum vs. 1,150 sheets
• 500 sheet offset catch tray output option vs. no output options
• PCL 6 and PCL 5e emulation vs. PCL 5e emulation
• 32 MB memory standard vs. 16 MB
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