OKI Printing Solutions Launches the B930 Series Printers

OKI Data Americas, which markets its products under the OKI Printing Solutions brand, has launched the B930 Series providing large workgroups with fast monochrome printing speeds, advanced media functionality, superior finishing options, and large paper capacity. Suited for back office and front office applications, the new B930 Series is the solution designed specifically for businesses that have heavy printing loads and require a reliable workhorse to consistently support their everyday use.

As monochrome printing continues to support the backbone of many businesses, OKI Printing Solutions designed both network standard and duplex/network standard printers that deliver consistent performance. Specifically, the daily reports printed by customers in the back and front offices across many industries are crucial to the success of their business. Without a reliable, robust printer, business productivity and office efficiencies can weaken, hindering their profits and overall performance. The B930 Series was developed with feature-rich technologies to improve all printing activities, easing customers' workflow and allowing users to focus on the business at hand.

Key features of the B930 Series include:
- High duty cycle at 300,000 pages with paper input capacity up to 5,100 pages for increased productivity and reliability;
- Finishing options for in-house printing jobs include 2- and 3-Hole Punch, Stacker, and Stapler;
- Fast print speeds at 50ppm, a 600MHz processor and a standard RAM of 256MB enhancing performance;
- High-quality output at 1200 x 1200 dpi for crisp, sharp printouts;
- Wide media flexibility, including tabloid-size (11"x17") sheets supporting the variety of daily monochrome printing, including reports;
- Low CPP (cost per page) and best-in-class price making the robust printer available to businesses of all sizes and budgets.

The B930 Series of A3 monochrome printers will be available in late March.

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