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OKI and Brother leverage LED technology   04 January 2010   


The LED technology allows printer manufacturers to market smaller and greener machines. Japanese manufacturers Brother and Oki have well understood that this technology can benefit the SOHO/SMB markets.
 
End of 2009, Oki announced the release of a new LED Black and White series:
the MB400, available in 3 models: MB460, MB470, MB480 (28 ppm).
 
FYI Oki strongly believe in this technology which they have been working on since the early 80s!
 
In the meantime Brother launches 3 MFP's and 2 Color printers designed for medium and small workgroups: the MFC9320, MFC9120, DCP9010, HL3070 and HL3040.
 
Oki and Brother are not the only one to integrate the LED technology into their products. Xerox, Océ and Konica-Minolta have also chosen to adopt LED for specific product ranges.
 

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