OKI Data Americas Announces New Monochrome, Single Function Printers
Publish Date: 28/05/2014
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OKI Data Americas announces today that its B710, B720, B730, B721dn and B731dn monochrome single function printers now support AirPrint™ – firmware upgrades for which are now available on the OKI Data website. AirPrint allows users to wirelessly print from iPad®, iPhone®, and iPod touch® devices to OKI's AirPrint-enabled products with ease, improving both productivity and convenience.

For customers who currently own a B710, B720 or B730, the firmware upgrade for AirPrint is available through download here, on OKI Data’s website. In addition, the firmware upgrade for AirPrint for the B721dn and B731dn is available through download via a separate link located here via OKI Data’s website.  Step-by-step instructions are provided with each appropriate firmware upgrade, along with instructional documentation.

“By adding AirPrint wireless printing capability to an even greater number of devices within our broad product portfolio, OKI Data now offers enhanced options for our channel partners, resellers and end users, alike,” said Hiroyuki Fukushima, Director of Non-Impact Printer Product Marketing for OKI Data Americas. “With the demand for mobile printing increasing, OKI Data will continue to offer products and solutions to meet emerging needs and deliver greater efficiency within the workplace."

From the B700 Series, the B710, B720 and B730 monochrome single function printers from OKI Data are designed to enhance productivity in demanding work environments. These digital monochrome printers produce crisp, clear documents at high speed and with low levels of user intervention. The B721dn and B731dn digital monochrome single function printers are fast, easy to use, and have security features that make these the perfect devices for productivity-minded workgroups. Especially with the added AirPrint capability, these printers are the ideal solution for mid-size workgroups.

All OKI products are built on parent company OKI Data Corporation’s history of leadership and innovation. Most of OKI’s color printing solutions feature Single Pass Color™ as well as proprietary digital LED and HD Color technologies. These technologies allow OKI Data Americas to manufacture products that require fewer moving parts for increased reliability and outstanding color output quality.

OKI Data provides live1, toll-free technical support 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year, with agents based in North America. In addition, OKI Data live chat feature is available to customers within the US and Canada seeking online support on weekdays during normal business hours within the Eastern time zone.

(Source: OKI Data)

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