Xerox tries again with wax-based color printer

Yahoo Tech: "While I wouldn't go nearly as far as the Wall Street Journal in calling Xerox's new ColorQube printer "revolutionary," I will say it's nice to see the company dredge an old technology out of the dustbin to give it another go.

The idea: Replace the liquid ink or particle-based toner in printer cartridges with a third option: solid blocks of colored wax. That wax is heated and melted during the printing process, then sprayed onto the paper as it is fed through the machine."

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