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Is that line around the network printer getting longer? The Okidata Okipage 16n LED laser-like printer turns out 16ppm at 600dpi to keep the work flow moving.
The printer, powered by a MIPS R3000 RISC-based chip, uses OKI Smoothing Technology to reduce "jaggies." It offers 45 scalable fonts, including 10 TrueType fonts, and prints USPS PostNet Bar Codes.
The printer has a high-speed bidirectional IEEE 1284 parallel port and an optional serial RS-232C converter for standalone use. The Okipage 16n's one-step setup configuration supports Novell NetWare, LAN Manager, LAN Server, EtherTalk, several UNIX network operating systems and all versions of Windows.
Okidata's OkiView printer control software allows you to call up an on-screen display that will show the status of all Okipage 16n printers on the network. Okidata's optional Ethernet or Token Ring network interface card enables you to use the printer directly.