New OKI B700 LED series targets SMB

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OKI Data Americas has added the OKI B700 series of single function LED monochrome printers to its lineup of devices that target small and midsize office workgroups.

The new B700 series comes in six configurations in a compact footprint of 16.6 x 18.3 x 15.9 inches, an easy fit for any office environment, and includes USB and Ethernet connectivity.

Suitable for high-volume applications, the B700 series printers range in speeds from 42 pages per minute (ppm) to 52ppm with first page printing in less than eight seconds. Monthly duty cycle for the new devices is 200,000 pages or 10,000 pages per day, ideal for typical office output such as proposals, reports, memos, spreadsheets and schedules, for example. Print resolution is 1200 x 1200 dpi.

All B700 series models come with 128MB of memory standard but give customers the option of increasing memory to 640MB for processing large files and maximizing office productivity.

The user-friendly device has a 5-line, blue backlit graphical display and alphanumeric keypad to facilitate menu settings and navigation. Users can also insert a USB memory stick into the USB port to print without the need for a PC.

Network authentication protocol 802.1x, network management security protocol SNMP v3 and protection of data traffic via encryption and authentication are supported via IP security (IPSec and IPv6).

The B700 series also offers storage device security such as a 6-digit Strong PIN, auto delete and secure erase. A 40GB hard disk drive for file storage is optional to support features such as secure print, proof and print and delayed print.

The B700 series boasts a number of energy-efficient features such as Energy Star compliance, toner-save mode, duplex or 2-sided printing, one-piece consumables and low power consumption.

The entire OKI B700 single function LED series can be purchased through Oki Data Americas’ authorized partners. Prices for the various models range from $625 to $1,249.

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