OKI Presents C9000 Series Wide-Format Color Copy System
Press release from the issuing company
MOUNT LAUREL, N.J.---April 29, 2002--Oki Data Americas, Inc. today announced the newest additions to its line of color print and copy solutions, the OKI C9200n and C9400dxn Wide-Format (A3) Color Copy Systems (CCS). These modular systems offer any size workgroup a fast, reliable and affordable alternative to outsourcing color print and copy jobs.
"When we introduced our OKI C7000 Series A4 (Letter/Legal) Convenience Copier System last year, we did it with the intention of meeting the demand for increased workplace productivity and convenient color copying," stated Jackie Paralis, Oki Data Marketing Manager, Fax and Color MFP. "The introduction of the OKI C9000 Series Wide-Format Color Copy System takes the convenience solution one step further by combining fast, network color and monochrome printing with more advanced copying capabilities in one compact, affordably priced bundle."
The C9200n and C9400dxn Wide-Format CCS offers customers a single solution to handle all of their color copying and printing needs. There is no longer a need to purchase both a dedicated color printer and an expensive color copier. End user productivity is increased through fast print and copy speeds up to 21 pages per minute (ppm) in full color and up to 28 ppm in monochrome with a first copy out time (FCOT) of 30 seconds in color and 14 seconds in monochrome.
At the heart of the C9000 Series Wide-Format CCS is OKI Single Pass Color Technology. This allows for faster print and copy speeds than traditional color units as well as printing on heavier paper stocks like 110 lb. index card stock.
Similar to the recently launched C7000 Series A4 CCS, the C9000 Series Wide-Format (A3) CCS utilizes high capacity OKI toner cartridges and long-life image drums, minimizing ongoing running costs. End users can now generate color copies in-house and potentially save money over using outside pay-for-print services.
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