A new Xerox Corp. printer that uses solid-ink technology and a sliding price scale might be good news for schools and colleges that are trying to cut costs without taking away from administrative or classroom functions.

The ColorQube 9200 series multi-function printer family uses a waxy substance resembling a huge crayon instead of ink or toner cartridges. The technology previously had been used in smaller Xerox printers.

Xerox also said that instead of the common setup of charging enterprise customers 2 cents for black and white pages or 8 cents for color, the company will charge based on how much color a...

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