Summary: The Oki c5200 is an excellent laser printer. I have had it for 5 years without a single problem. Cost per copy is very low compared to other laser printers. Quality is excellent. At [...]. 4 drums that last 15,000 copies each totaled $312 to replace all 4 drums. At [...
Summary: I bought a C5200n from Staples 4 years ago. Almost no trouble through many thousands of prints. Affordable consumables make it cheaper to use than most other printers. High reliability for daily, occasionally heavy, use. Mine is getting old, though, so I wanted a backup.
Summary: I enjoyed using my C5400 since I bought it. C5400 is a faster one but functionally the same as the C5200. My purchased was based on the great rating on PC World magazine when it first came on the market. The color printout seems the best at that time.
Summary: I absolutely love the Oki 3500. The quality is superb, the speed is unbelievable, and the price is wonderful! It is the best of all worlds. It does great when I have to print huge volumes of black text, yet it still comes through with unprecedented quality when I want to print colorful charts and...
Summary: Set up was quick and easy. Prints fast! Color is pretty good, but will never take the place of my Epson R1800 inkjet. Images came out really good on the OKIdata laser paper. One thing I really appreciate is the techs at OKIdata are very helpful.
Summary: QUICK COLOR PRINTING. PICTURE PRINTING NOT AS GOOD AS AN INK JET BUT MY KIDS CAN NOT TELL THE DIFFERENCE. CUT COSTS OF PRINTING FROM 30 CENTS TO 5 CENTS PER PAGE. EASY TO MAINTAIN AND EASY TO REFILL.
Good Printer for a decent price. Excellent Support
5 January 2007
Summary: I purchased this printer after reading a lot of reviews of other printers and this model's predecesor, the C5150. After rebate, I purchased it from Staples for $400...and they delivered it for free. I previously owned a Konica-Minolta Magicolor 2400 W Color Laser that I returned.
Summary: I've had the Oki C5200 for almost 5 years... it has been an excellent printer. I was lured into using a cheaper toner that claimed to be 100% compatible with the OEM product. WRONG. 6 months later and my wonderful laser printer is in need of over $800 worth of repair work.
Summary: I bought a laser printer because I thought it would "do more" than the ink jet I already owned, specifically print foil labels. Laser printers have no advantages over ink jet printers as far as I'm concerned. However, mine does an exceptional job of taking up valuable work space. Jim Wheeler