Tagged: OKI

This Week in Imaging: 3D Printing for Office Dealers? Stranger Things in PA (UPDTED); More

At this point, it appears 3D printing hasn’t had much of an impact in the office-equipment industry, as home and business/office applications have failed to gain hold. Instead, while 3D printers remain popular with schools and hobbyists, major advances in...

This Week in Imaging: A Closer Look at OKI’s ‘Eye-Popping’ Neon Color Printer; Big Shakeup at Ricoh; More

As far as toner-based printing is concerned, OKI is as innovative as they come. Not long ago, OKI introduced the innovative C900 Series commercial printers with five-station toner configuration that entailed cyan, magenta, yellow, and black toners, plus white or...

This Week in Imaging: Solutions Vs. Hardware Sales; 3D Printing to Shore up HP?

Remember when newsletter such as this were full of news about new printers, copiers, and MFPs? While there’s still lots of news about new printers and MFPs – this week from Xerox, Fuji Xerox, Konica Minolta, and OKI – this...

This Week in Imaging: Are Weak Financials Due to Less Office Printing? Samsung Steps up for Employees; More

Again this week, several copier/MFP Japanese vendors reported weak financial news, and slower results for MFP and printer sales year-over-year. These include Canon, Ricoh, Konica Minolta, Kyocera, Epson, Foxconn’s Sharp, and OKI. Virtually all cited an increase in the value...

This Week in Imaging: MFP/Printer Makers See Drop in Earnings, Lower Sales; Epson Says ‘Supersize Me’

Blame it on the rapidly strengthening Japanese yen versus the U.S. dollar and euro, slower economic growth in China, Brexit, and/or a slowing global economy, but an alarming number of printer/MFP makers – from Sharp, Lexmark, Oki, and Epson this...