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ween the lines and from the information I’ve received, it looks as though Xerox is going to sell out remaining stock of the A3 ColorQube MFPs and not refresh the line, ending what has been a somewhat short run on this alternative print technology in the A3 environment.

Xerox launched the A3 MFP ColorQube program to much fanfare in 2009. Key attributes were eye-popping image quality, a supposedly smaller carbon footprint and notably a game-changing billing/meter system that charged customers on a sliding scale based on the color page coverage. Customers that printed an email with a small color logo would pay a very low color print cost compared to a customer that was printing a full color page filled with graphics and photos, who would pay more.

At the time, I thought this innovative pricing plan would revolutionize the industry but for some reason Xerox reps never seemed to warm up to the products. Perhaps it was too “different” than xerography (laser printing) or they didn’t think customers would like it. Maybe they just didn’t want to have to explain the differences and benefits over laser. Or, maybe Xerox just never comp’d the reps enough to make them want to sell it.

Whatever the reason, my sources say the d

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