OKI Updates Color-Printer Family with Five New Models for Bringing Color Printing In-House


OKI MC363dn desktop color MFP.

OKI Data Americas today released five new color printers and an MFP, the C332dn, MC363dn, C612 Series, and C712dn, which are designed for small and mid-size businesses, and for helping them reduce costs by keeping color print jobs in-house. All of the new models are available through OKI dealers.

C332dn and MC363dn

OKI says the 31-ppm C332dn desktop color printer and 31-ppm MC363dn desktop color MFP are easy to use and maintain, and that the C332dn is the fastest in its class and provides flexible media handling and high-quality output. The MC363dn MFP, with print, copy, scan and fax, produces OKI’s HD image quality output and is designed for printing graphics-rich documents.

Both the C332dn and the MC363dn provide improved connectivity and feature a Gigabit Ethernet network interface, support for Apple AirPrint and Google Cloud Print 2.0 mobile printing, and optional Wi-Fi connectivity. They also feature duplex printing, and are backed by a two-year warranty.

C612 Series and C712dn

The new 35-ppm C612 Series and 37-ppm C712dn have faster print speeds than their predecessors and are said to provide reliability, robust security, and a low cost of ownership for SMBs.

The C612 Series, which consists of a configuration with duplex printing (theC612dn) and a non-duplex-printing configurations (the C612n), can handle a wide range of media sizes, including up to 52” banners, and heavier stock weights up to 250 gsm. OKI says its flexible media capacity and high-quality color enables businesses to create marketing collateral in-house.

The C712dn, an A4 color printer with faster print speed, increased paper capacity (630 sheets standard and 1,690 sheets maximum), is said to be ideal for everything from printing black-and-white documents to printing high-end marketing collateral.

The C612 Series and C712dn both feature a Gigabit Ethernet network interface, Google Cloud Print 2.0 mobile-printing support, and Private Print.

All of the new printers and MFP are based on OKI’s toner-based LED printing and Single Pass Color printing technologies, with OKI noting that LED printing enables it to manufacture printers that require fewer moving parts than traditional laser printers, for better reliability.

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