OKI Data Announce New Multifunction Devices

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OKI Data Americas announced the arrival of two A3 copier-based color multifunction devices and a new series of monochrome multifunction printers this morning.

The A3 copier-based color MFPs consist of the CX3535 and the CX4545 will be targeted at medium to large workgroups looking for a single device to handle print, scan and copy demands. The new models offer an open platform for software allowing businesses to customize their device to meet their needs with a variety of applications including Google Docs, Microsoft SharePoint and Microsoft Exchange.

They also feature tabloid and banner printing up to 47 inches, automatic document feeder, two 550-sheet paper trays and a 100-sheet bypass tray. Customers can add several optional features to these devices including fax functionality, an additional 550-sheet paper pedestal and/or a 2,500-sheet large capacity feeder.

The MB401 monochrome MFP series consists of four models – MB461, MB471, MB471w and MB491 – targeted at small to medium workgroups thanks to a low total cost of ownership and compact footprint.

The MB401 series use LED technology and feature print, scan, copy and fax functionality (no fax on base model). Other features include automatic duplexing, auto power off and a 3.5-inch graphical panel display.

The MB461 is the base model offering print speeds up to 35 ppm, a standard paper capacity up to 780 sheets, print resolution up to 2400 x 600 dpi and network connectivity.

The MB471 and MB471w build upon this with an increased paper capacity of 880 sheets and wireless connectivity on the MB471w.

The flagship MB491 offers increased print speeds up to 42 ppm and a 4G SD memory card for additional security functions.

The MB461, MB471, MB471w and MB491 are available through authorized resellers for $349, $399, $475 and $499, respectively.



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