Whether you want to print, scan,
copy or network fax, it does so at extreme
speed and with outstanding image quality.
Unparalleled reliability, remarkably easy to
use and exceptional value for money, the
C9800 MFP is the ultimate in-house colour
solution that will transform the way you do
OKI C9800 MFP Highlights:
Do it all. - Delivering up to 36 colour and 40 mono A4
printed or copied pages per minute, the new
C9800 MFP is super fast and extremely flexible.
You can produce everything from general office
stationery and oversized A3 spreadsheets to
1.2m long banners. 600 x 600 dpi scanning
resolution ensures clear, sharp text and graphics.
And thanks to EFI’s latest Fiery™ technology
and ProQ4800 Multilevel technology, brilliant
print and copy results are always assured.
What’s more, Auto Colour Balance ensures these
outstanding results remain consistently accurate.
And for that extra professional touch, there’s
an optional Saddle-stitch Finisher for producing
folded, stapled and hole-punched booklets.
Do it easily. - The C9800 MFP transforms the way documents are
handled, improving the flow of communications
within your business. With a user-friendly colour
touch screen – the largest in its class – scanning
to e-mail, scanning to FTP and sending network
faxes is so easy. Additionally, double-sided
scanning and copying is simple and super quick
because it’s done in one single pass. Template
Manager software takes the hard work out of
creating documents in different sizes or formats
and if you need help or advice the ‘Ask OKI’
tab in your MFP driver leads you straight to an
information-packed website specific to the
Do it more economically. - Better value than any other MFP in its class,
the C9800 MFP is a truly exceptional business
proposition. High volume, high performance and
highly competitive on cost per page, it really has
got it all in one.
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The cost per copy is generated using all consumables, not just the toners and is based on our
current sell prices. In the case of the colour printers we have split the coverage
between all colours.