Summary: I absolutely hate this printer. Every time I turn around it needs some kind of expensive consumable. I just replaced the Fuser for 230$ now the belt is going to go. I'm going to need 3 drums at the same time, so that's another 120-180$ a piece.
Pros: I was searching for a printer that can handle papers weight to up to 140 lb or 250 gsm with small footprint and budget for my small office. And this printer from OKI can answer my needs really well. I am really impressed how fast it prints and how good the image produced.
Cons: Only problem I encountered was that after I printed 105lbs cover paper for couple time, a piece of plastic that supposes to help feed papers in multi-purpose tray had broken off. After couple attempts to put it back, I found out that it is better to leave this piece of plastic out cause it tends ...
Summary: This is our second color laser printer, and a huge improvement over our old one. Likes: - Dependable. Paper jams are very rare. - Economical. You only replace the toner, not the whole imaging drum. And the capacity is 11,000 pages per cartridge! This has more than cut in half our printing costs.
David Leach "David Leach Keller Williams Real Estate", Amazon
10 May 2014
Summary: So far so good seems well constructed for the workload I need it for. Makes good color copies and I am generally impressed with it so far. I will however because of ink costs consider renting from Minolta. Financially the same.
Summary: While the printer prints lightweight paper beautifully and quickly, it DOES NOT PRINT CARD STOCK. The marketing materials indicate that it will print card stock up to 140 lb bond. Once we received this, and tried to print on 90 lb paper, it consistently got stuck.
Summary: At this point in time I have just a few days experience with this printer. That is why I will confine my remarks mainly to the process I went through to make the decision to buy this Okdata machine.
Summary: I have only been using this for a couple weeks but can share my initial impressions. I bought this for my small business because I wanted to be able to do a number of things: print on envelopes and thick card (something that many laser printers can't do because they don't have a straight feed),...
Summary: I don't write many reviews but I had to let everyone know about this printer. This is the best printer hands down and has the best print quality (pictures, whatever) and is wicked fast. The printer is expensive but you get what you pay for. I moved to this from a cheap $70 generic printer.