OKI Data MC362w Wireless Duplex Multifunction Color Laser Printer Print, Copy, Scan, Fax, 120V
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- Enable users to recycle their old toners, drum, and other consumables
- This product is manufactured in Thailand
- offers simplex and duplex scanning, printing and faxing also file conversion to a flash drive
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MC362w Digital Color LED Wireless MFP
All-in-one functionality plus wireless. HD Color output. Superior speed and media flexibility. Perfect for small work groups
MC362w Color MFP with wireless printing capability
MC362w with 530 sheet 2nd tray option
Enhance the productivity of your staff
These MFPs are fast: they print or copy at up to 23 color pages or 25 black & white pages per minute, with the first color page printing in as little as 8 seconds. Their reversing automatic document feeder (RADF) quickly scans both sides of a document, and their multi-tasking capabilities let you setup or perform two tasks at the same time. And, with their robust duty cycles, these durable devices can be relied upon to handle large daily print and copy volumes.
The MC362w offers wired and Wi-Fi wireless printing. There’s nothing to install or configure. Print directly from your iPhone or iPad via Apple AirPrint, or use MotionPrint from OKI to extend mobile printing to Android and Blackberry devices. Tap “Print,” select the MC362w and print. It’s that simple.
Scan at the machine or from your desk
Turn hard-copy documents into electronic files with multiple options. Scan documents in color or black & white, and send them to your PC, a network folder, a USB stick, or to a list of e-mail addresses. You can also remotely preview and scan your documents on your PC via the network connection. Insert a USB memory stick into the convenient front port to save scanned documents to or print files directly from the USB stick.
The MC362w has robust faxing features that include Internet faxing; forwarding to e-mail or network folders (saving paper and securing sensitive documents); sending faxes directly from your PC; Tel/Fax Switching; Distinctive Ring; and 16 one-touch fax buttons.
MC362w Operator panel
Lessen your impact
The MC362w MFPs also help you control your effect on the planet’s health by providing: – Duplex (2-sided) printing It’s standard on the MC362w. Use both sides of a sheet rather than two sheets. Saves paper—and is even more energy-efficient. – Automatic ECO mode These MFPs optimize the print time for small jobs, using less energy. Same terrific output, faster throughput, lower power consumption. Everybody wins.
- HD Color printing technology for outstanding
- print and copy quality
- Wireless printing from mobile devices via
- Apple AirPrint and MotionPrint from OKI
- Multi-tasking functionality standard
- PCL and PostScript 3 emulations
- Duplex (2-sided) printing/copying standard
- Full-featured fax with dual access
- functionality and 4 MB fax memory
- Scan directly to a PC, network folder, e-mail
- or USB memory stick
- Print from USB memory stick
- 50-sheet reversing automatic document
- feeder (RADF) standard – saves time
- and energy
- Banner printing capability on sheets up to
- 52 inches in length
- Print Job Accounting software helps control
- costs by defining who can print what in color,
- monochrome or not at all
- Separate CMYK toner cartridges for lower
- cost of operation
- Compact design to fit the smallest
- ENERGY STAR compliant
- 3-Year Carry-In/Depot limited warranty
- Live, toll-free technical support, 24/7/365
OKI MC362w LED Color Laser MFP (25 ppm Mono/23 ppm Color) (533 MHz) (256 MB) (8.5" x 14") (1200 x 600 dpi) (Max Duty Cycle 45 000 Pgs.) (p/s/c/f) (Duplex) (USB/Ethernet/Wireless) (350 Sheet Input Cap).OKI MC362w LED Color Laser MFP (25 ppm Mono/23 ppm Color) (533 MHz) (256 MB) (8.5" x 14") (1200 x 600 dpi) (Max Duty Cycle 45 000 Pages) (p/s/c/f) (Duplex) (USB) (Ethernet) (Wireless) (Energy Star) (350 Sheet Input Capacity) (50 Sheet RADF). Color Laser.
Legal Disclaimer424 PAGES. 20% ORIGINAL TONER. SHOWS LIGHT SIGNS OF USE. All standard accessories included. Item works perfectly.
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The main thing to know is this is not a light or small printer. Because it is meant for genuine business use, it is very large, and very heavy. You'll definitely want to have two people on hand to get it into your house or business, and then to get it set up. You'll also want to buy a very heavy-duty printer stand at the same time, and have it ready to go, even before you get the printer or take it out of the box, because you don't want to be moving this behemoth around on a regular basis. You need a large, sturdy stand that can accommodate a minimum of 75 pounds and that has a surface area of at least 26"W X24"L that the printer will be as safely positioned as possible. If the stand isn't large enough or strong enough, this printer could very well cause everything to collapse or even fall over, with the printer crashing to the floor. At this price for a printer, you'll really be crying then. So don't cheap out with the stand. The Safeco 1856BL is what we wound up getting, and it's the perfect size and strength for a printer this size.
The functional setup of the 362w was fairly simple for all of our iDevices for generic printing, but setting up the scanner was a little trickier. Eventually, we figured it out through the online manual. It has a good standby mode to save energy, but it can take about 8-10 seconds or so to wake up if it sits too long. Once, it wouldn't wake up from standby, but we were having a great many bad storms in the area at the time, which is pretty much a guarantee of the electronics getting a hiccup somewhere. We powered it down and back up again, and that did the trick. It's the only time that anything about the printer has ever given us any real trouble. The rest of the time, it's been ready to go whenever we needed it.
The color printing is quite beautiful, vivid and true, and the copying feature works great. Color or multiplex printing can be a little on the slow side, but it's not unbearable. It's still a laser printer, so you get the page all at once, rather than having to wait for each line to print, unlike inkjet printers. The pages come out dry, unlike inkjet printing, so you can tuck them into a folder or binder right away, without worrying about smudges or smearing.
The paper tray holds 250 sheets of most weights of paper, and the sizes it can accommodate in the main tray are mind boggling, from 4.1 X 5.8 (A6!) paper all the way up to 8.5 X 14 (legal size). All you have to do is adjust the blue bars in the tray, load the paper you want, and slide the tray into the machine. Tell your software what size paper you want to use, and start printing. I'm a big fan of A4, B5 and A5 paper these days, so this has been a huge bonus for me. For everything else, there's a flip down tray, and it can print envelopes, 3X5 index cards or a banner up to 52" long, if you need it. That is just crazy to me, but I'm sure some people need a feature like that.
We don't use a ton of toner, but it's easy enough to replace, and there are high-capacity cartridges out there to cut down on the costs even more. What I really like about having a laser printer is that I'm not constantly having to lift a lid and replace cartridges or load up a few sheets of paper into the tiny bin of an inkjet printer. Unless I know I'm doing a lot of heavy printing, I check the paper tray and toner level with this Okidata once every month or so, which means I'm spending more time getting class work done and less time fiddling with a printer. That's cut back on a lot of headaches for me.
You can load up images from a USB thumb drive for printing, but we've only used it once. I downloaded something from one of the college's library computers one day when my laptop battery died during class (and of course that's the one day I forgot my power supply!), and it was easy enough to plug in the thumb drive and retrieve the document for printing. I imagine in a company with a lot of people sharing the printer, that's a handy feature to have.
There are a lot of other things this printer can do that I haven't even gotten around to yet, because it's actually more printer than we actually need right now; however, my husband is considering going back to free-lance publishing support, so he has a lot of advanced printing needs that I don't understand. He has a business partner who's a graphic designer, and he's checked out our printer as a backup emergency unit for some of his work. They both assure me that the Okidata will do everything they could use it for. I take their word for that.
That it does the day-to-day things a dummy like me needs of it so well, and that it has serious business applications that my husband considers useful, has both of us happy with this printer purchase. We haven't regretted buying it for one second, and we got it over six months ago.
A less-good note is that the toner is extremely shiny, which is fine for pictures but might make it hard to read a long printed text because of glare and reflection off the text itself.
The one bad (or at least annoying) thing I've seen so far is that the "AUTO" setting for the paper trays doesn't work. I contacted Oki Data about this and they say it's for when the paper tray is loaded with legal size paper and the multi-purpose tray has letter size. This is the ONLY laser printer I've ever owned where the AUTO setting didn't automatically default to the multi-purpose tray when it was loaded. So in effect, the AUTO setting doesn't do anything since you still have to choose the tray MANUALLY! Like I say, really annoying. If the other features didn't make up for it I'd knock the printer down to 3 and a half stars for that.
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