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									An Okidata Color Laser Printer Is Different Do you want to know how an Okidata color laser printer is different? Although most color laser printers are the same in their features, an Okidata color laser printer has separated itself from its competition by changing its technology behind printing a document. These technology changes have made an impact on some of the features within an Okidata color laser printer. Improvements have been recognized in:  Improved print quality for text, graphics and photos. An Okidata color laser printer has up to 1200 x 1200 dpi print resolution. These printers also feature a straight through paper path that limits paper jams.  Increased speed and volume of printing with small workgroup printers’ print speed of around 20 black & white and 16 color prints per minute. A large business Okidata color laser printer has about 40 black & white and 36 color prints per minute. An Okidata color laser printer has the similar features as its competition with:  A variety of footprint designs including a space-saving desktop model  Multi-functional printers available for scanning, faxing, and copying  Network connectivity 10/100 Base-T Internet Ethernet Print Server with a high speed USB port  Various paper sizes and types can be printed.  Optional features like additional paper capacity and a duplexer are also available on an Okidata color laser printer. There are two main technology differences in an Okidata color laser printer. They are Digital LED and Single Pass Color™ technologies. Because of these technology differences from their competition, Okidata refers to their laser color printers as digital color printers. Even though the name is different, an Okidata color laser printer / digital printer is still considered a laser printer class machine. Digital LED (light emitting diode) used by an Okidata color laser printer / digital printer are tiny semiconductors that produce light and are mounted in a row to create a printed document. This digital LED creates an entire line of dots at one time while laser technology creates one dot at a time. The single dot creation by laser technology is because it uses a single light source to create a printed document. Laser printing technology requires 7 steps while digital LED requires one step for printing. According to Okidata, digital LED features solid state technology while laser assemblies use mirrors, motors and complex positional adjustment mechanisms. Therefore, an Okidata color laser printer / digital printer has fewer moving parts which means less things to break or have to be replaced.

Okidata color laser printer / digital printer still uses four toner cartridges with its Single Pass Color™ technology like other laser printers. However, as the name indicates, an Okidata color laser printer / digital printer places the colors on the paper and fuses them in a single pass. Other laser printers make a pass for each color, four passes in all. Even with these technology advances, an Okidata color laser printer still has a competitive price point. Their pricing starts at around $300 for the desktop models to around $4,000 for the large business floor models. For more information on a okidata color laser printer visit us at http://www.laserprintercompany.com


								
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