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. We downloaded the user's guide to try to sort it out and discovered that the user's guide indicates that it will only print 16 - 67 lb bond.
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. My previous experience with lower- and higher-priced color printers led me to believe that the most important factor in my search should not only the price of the laser printer but also the value of the toner cartridges based on the achievable page-count per cartridge.
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), print in laser ink so I could do postage and envelopes without the ink running when wet, print pretty good quality/resolution, duplex mode, and 2 separate paper feeds.
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. I threw the cheap generic printer in the trash. If you are serious about printing, then this is the printer for you. I have a iMac. The printer was very easy to set up.
Easy and inexpensive printing for the whole family.
Douglas Haase, Amazon
12 December 2013
Summary: I was looking for a laser printer that was easy to setup, have good print quality and inexpensive ink cost, this printer so far has fit the bill. Now the whole family can print and I don't have to be constantly buying ink and I can monitor who is printing . And if I need it for business use in the future I am set.
Summary: The BEST printer -- OKI Data. I had an Oki 9 years ago, and it worked like a charm. It printed pages upon pages without a hitch or a glitch. Then, I moved around and had no need for a 90lbs printer. Thus, I gave it to a friend for their small business. This printer is fast. This printer renders accurate images. This printer has the best customer support of any printer company I have used (Lexmark, HP, Brother, and disappointingly Samsung).
Summary: It is a great product but the accessories do not need to be so expensive, additional memory costs as musc as half the price of the printer. They should make the specs public so after market parts can be used.
Summary: While not as popular as big competitors, this printer really puts out nice prints, has minimal issues (we have the same one at work), and when there are issues, the parts are easily replaced, often without a screwdriver. Love it. Of course, just like all other printer companies, they make money on the ink.