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Q) Is there any difference between this model and the 4435? There are so many stupid reviews across Amazon I can’t find anything about real usability/reliability/features it has (i think most people just say “it scans well”). Should I go for something like this one instead of Xerox more expensive models adding e-mailing? Some reviewers state that XEROX WORKFLOOR CM115 is old model of this; am i right?
A) No different at all except things like speed (the 4435
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