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OKI Europe expands colour printer portfolio

OKI Europe has launched a new range of colour printers and multifunction printers (MFPs).The range, according to the company, is set to transform the way printers are used within businesses of every size – from home and small offices to large enterprises.


“The new portfolio is designed to change perceptions of what a printer can do for businesses and organisations. We are encouraging customers to take a fresh look at the potential of these affordable devices to help them build their brand, save time and money and enhance productivity. They can also help develop a streamlined and secure document workflow and management, enabling them to enjoy the benefits of a digital organisation,” says Mathias Militzer, Vice President (META), OKI Europe.

OKI Europe highlighted that all devices in the new range include new features to improve connectivity and Gigabit Ethernet to enable the fast transfer of large colour files across a network. The C542 and MC573 are compatible with AirPrint by Apple and all devices are Google Cloud Print 2.0 ready for mobile printing. Optional wireless is also available across the range. The new devices incorporate the latest security features as standard, including Private Print to help keep confidential documents safe, optional Card Release and Internet Protocol Security (IPSec) compliance.

The new range begins with the C332dn and MC363dn, which alongside ProQ2400 print quality; offer the “fastest speeds for their class” on the market. The MC363dn provides duplex copying, faxing, scanning and printing.

The C542dn and the multifunction MC573 both have a customisable 7-inch screen and OKI’s smart extendable platform (sXP). This features will enable connection to an existing pull printing fleet or access to document management software, at no extra cost. Both devices also have engine resulting in speeds of 30/30 ppm and 1200 x 1200 dpi print quality.

The C612dn and C712dn in the upper end of the range, according to OKI, combine fast production of high-level output with reliability and robust security and also a surprisingly low cost of ownership. The portfolio also includes A3 digital LED printers such as the C823/833/843 with the “smallest footprint on the market.”

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