A Small Business Color Printer Review: The Oki C330dn

By James Alan Miller | Posted November 01, 2010

Color printers that use LED (light-emitting diode) print heads instead of lasers are more commonplace today, and the fact that they use fewer moving parts than color laser printers means less wear and tear. The Oki C330dn is one of the best examples of this technology we've seen, and it offers a hearty duty cycle for a color printer that you can easily fit on a desktop. Yes, you get reliable color printing power in a small foot print.

Need a small business network printer? Not a problem, the Oki C330dn can handle that, too. Our sister site HardwareCentral.com has the full color printer review.


Bigger than a breadbox yet smaller than the C610 office printer we reviewed a few months ago, the Oki C330dn -- like that larger model -- is a color hard-copy workhorse that won't let you down in a pinch. With the C330dn you lose some of the C610's considerable functionality, but in return you get a more desktop-friendly footprint and an overall package that is more streamlined -- at the appealing price of $400 for a printer with everything from duplex printing and Ethernet to PCL 6 and PostScript 3 emulation.

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