Budget-friendly has always been the most abused statement when it comes to the purchase of office equipment. If your printer for instance lacks this character, expect that it will not appeal to most users and sale will not be rosy.
The OKi b4600 printer has been marketed to satisfy this particular requirement to serve efficiently mid- sized work groups. It has a 250 sheet standard paper capacity and could be expanded to 750 if the requirement so warrants. This OKi printer is fast at 27 ppm (pages per minute) with the first page out in just under 5 seconds.
While most printers encapsulate the drum and toner cartridge, the b4600 had it as two different components. The reason is of course to allow users to save, because a drum cartridge will technically outlive a toner cartridge. It will take four or more toner cartridge replacement before a drum cartridge die a natural death.
In addition to capacity and speed, the b4600 delivers crisp print resolutions at 600 x 2400 dpi, so monochrome documents will maintain a professional look and feel. The 32MB RAM memory delivers trouble free operation, but it could be upgraded to 288MB if more flexibility is needed. And to top it all compatibility to Mac and PC’s is never a question.
The physical character of the OKi b4600 printer fits all work environments, what with its compact size, subdued stylish lines and color choices. Together with a 7,000 toner capacity cartridge allows for less employee intervention and WiFi enabled so networking becomes a heady option. This and more brings unparalleled efficiency to any workplace.
OKi is so certain of the reliability and performance of the OKi b4600 printer that as bonus the company lends a 5 year warranty of the printhead. Not only that it offers limited one year printer warranty, together with overnight exchange. And finally, technical help is available over the phone.
Remember, the OKi printer has evolved to be one of the best in the business and if you pick the OKi b4600 printer you will never have nightmares, particularly in printing costs and performance.