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Digital copiers, color copiers, photocopiers, Laserprinters, Colour Laser Printer, Multifunction laser printers, inkjet printers, Plotter, inkjet fax machines, laser fax machines, thermal transfer faxmachines, Dot matrix printers and typewriters
Xerox ColorQube Series
Solid Ink Printers
Xerox Copycentre Series
Digital copiers, color copiers, Colour Laser Printer and Multifunction laser printers
Xerox DC Series
Digital copiers, color copiers and Colour Laser Printer
Xerox DP Series
Digital copiers, photocopiers and Laserprinters
Xerox DT Series
Digital copiers and photocopiers
Xerox Docucolor Series
Digital copiers, color copiers, Colour Laser Printer and Multifunction Colorlaser printers
Xerox Document Centre Series
Digital copiers, Multifunction laser printers and Multifunction InkJet Printers
Xerox Docuprint Series
Digital copiers, color copiers, photocopiers and Laserprinters
Xerox Docutech Series
Digital copiers and photocopiers
Xerox Phaser Series
Laserprinters, Colour Laser Printer, Multifunction laser printers, Multifunction Colorlaser printers, inkjet printers, Solid Ink Printers and thermal-transfer-printers
Xerox WC Series
Digital copiers, Laserprinters, Colour Laser Printer, Multifunction laser printers, Multifunction Colorlaser printers, inkjet printers, Solid Ink Printers and laser fax machines
Xerox Workcentre M Series
Digital copiers, Multifunction laser printers and inkjet printers
Xerox Workcentre PRO Series
Digital copiers, Laserprinters, Colour Laser Printer, Multifunction laser printers and laser fax machines
Xerox Workcentre Series
Colour Laser Printer, Multifunction laser printers, Multifunction Colorlaser printers and Solid Ink Printers
Xerox X-Print Series
Colour Laser Printer
Xerox X Series
thermal transfer faxmachines and typewriters

Xerox is said to be the inventor of copiers

Xerox was founded as a company for services and document management in 1906 in the USA. Its name derives from a copying process in the 1930s called xerography or electrophotography. After the 1970s Xerox brought many new inventions on market, among them: the computer mouse and the first graphic user interfaces. In 2010 Xerox achieved 22 billion US Dollars in sales. In 2012 Xerox had 140,000 employees and is therefore one of the largest companies of the world.