Relatively inexpensive purchase price, Low claimed cost per page
If you need a laser-class printer for printing out colour at up to A3 size, the OKI C831n should be on your shortlist. It has good speed, a low sticker price, and low running costs, especially for colour printing.
Its colour output quality isn't up to that of the similarly low-priced Xerox Phaser 7100/N, but it should be enough for many businesses. And its output quality isn't in the same league as the Xerox Phaser 7500/N, but then again, neither is its price.
Very good quality output, Fast, Automatic duplexing
The Oki C331dn is a workhorse of a printer. The printer itself is relatively inexpensive, but the cost of supplies is on the high side at about 20 cents a page.
But the output quality is really good, and the printer is fast. The C331dn also offers automatic duplexing and a large paper drawer.
Quality prints, Affordable, Good blend of features
The OKI MB471/MB471w are very competitively priced for what's being offered: four devices, print speeds up to 35 ppm, front side USB, a 3.5-inch LCD, built-in networking and automatic print, scan, copy and fax duplexing. When I searched some of the main competitors in this class - Brother, HP and Samsung - only Brother beat OKI on price but they didn't offer the RADF.
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