If you're looking for a color laser printer, the Okidata C7300 might be worth considering for your small office. It is compatible with Windows, Mac, Solaris and Linux operating systems. It has a small, compact size of 16.9x16.9x24.4 inches, but its weight is quite hefty at 105 pounds with each color Okidata toner cartridge
installed. Duel printing features and an automatic document feeder are both offered, and this machine has the ability to produce up to 100,000 pages each month. Parallel connection, USB connection and ethernet connection are all offered with the C7300.
In order to get this unit up and running, you are going to need four Oki C7300 toner cartridges. These toner cartridges
come in black, cyan, yellow and magenta, and each one has the ability to last for 10,000 pages. This means you most likely won't have to replace them very often. Using the black or color Okidata C7300 toner, resolutions of 1200x600 dpi are possible. If printing in black, up to 24 pages per minute can be printed, and if printing with color Okidata C7300 toner, up to 20 pages per minute are possible. A slightly less expensive printer is the Oki C3200 toner
printer at the cost of print speed.
You might be thinking there's no way your office could ever afford a laser printer—no matter how much you want or need one. Sure, the cost of maintenance can be expensive with high-costing, low-yielding laser toner
. The Okidata C7300 won't eat your toner, though, and there is a more affordable way to own this machine. If you use remanufactured versions of the Oki C7300 toner from a third party vendor, you won't be just saving money—you will be saving a lot of money. These remanufactured toners cost only a fraction of the price the manufacturers charge, and sometimes these fractions are as small as one-fourth. What may be harder to believe is the high quality a remanufactured Okidata C7300 toner cartridge is capable of. This printer toner, though, will produce the same high quality resolutions as the OEM versions and same page yields too.