Thinking of sending that OKI B6250 to landfill when you upgrade to a newer model? You can save money and lower the environmental impact of your organisation by upgrading instead. In fact, by adding OEM products designed to snap and slide securely into place, your OKI printer can perform better than ever with a fraction of the investment you'd make in a brand new printer.
Upgrade for productivity and efficiency
A memory upgrade is the easiest and most cost-effective way to restore life to an unused printer. That's because extra memory is associated with the two most important characteristics of any print device - print quality and speed. Adding extra memory means no more system freezes while your printer struggles to cope with a large and complex file, which makes for a more productive office.
If you regularly process complex documents then a hard drive upgrade gives your printer the power to support multiple print languages and fonts. 120GB of storage also gives your office the flexibility to store repeatable print tasks like forms and templates for fast printing on demand to streamline office workflows.
If what's inside your printer can make the most of the OKI B6250's maximum print speeds of up to 30ppm, handling paper input and output can also impact on print productivity. Maximise your printer's paper input capacity and you'll really notice the difference in the time it takes to process daily print tasks. By reducing the number of refills your printer requires throughout the day you'll breeze through high volume printing, while the offset catch tray lets you get on with other tasks while your printer sorts and collates each job.
Genuine OKI products
Whether you want to add automatic duplexing to save time, money and energy or you're upgrading printer memory, quality and compatibility count. At Printerland we only supply genuine OEM products designed to integrate seamlessly with your printer because they're designed and rigorously tested to meet the highest standards for reliability and health and safety.
*Page yields are declared by the manufacturer in accordance with ISO/IEC standards or occasionally estimated based on 5% per page coverage. Yields will vary greatly depending on image, area coverage, print mode and environmental conditions.