OKI Showcases New Printer Models

2013-10-14 16:11:07

Published on 2013-10-14 16:11:07

OKI is currently showcasing an array of models at the Government Technology Exhibition and Conference in Canada.

At this event, the company will reveal a number of colour, monochrome and multifunction printers (MFP) from its award-winning line up. The company's portfolio is designed for efficiency, reliability and security.

Mario Pallotta, general manager of OKI Data Americas in Canada, said: "Our colour, monochrome and multifunction devices allow the most demanding government agencies to increase productivity and print high-quality documents securely, all while controlling print costs and maintaining a low total cost of ownership."

Mr Pallotta went on to say that OKI's latest technologies will be demonstrated to public sector IT professionals.

Its B721dn, C831dn and MB770 machines are among those set to be showcased at the event.

The C831dn features enhanced performance and boasts the smallest footprint design in the marketplace in the field of A3 colour single function desktop printers.

Posted by Canzil Ahmed.

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