TOKYO, November 22, 2010 – OKI Data Corporation announced the receipt of the “15th Annual, Fall 2010 BERTL's BEST Awards” for four of its new digital LED printers.
The C530 and C330 color LED printers received the Best High Performance Color Printer Award and the mono LED printers, B431BERTLS Best Fall award and B411 received the Best High Performance Monochrome Printer.
The Business Equipment Research and Test Laboratories Inc., (BERTL) is an independent testing laboratory whose purpose is to provide objective, independent product evaluation reports and comparative analysis on imaging devices and software workflow solutions. Their primary focus is the end user. Since 1995, the "BERTL's Best" Award recognizes the best device, software, and product lines in the digital imaging marketplace that were launched during the year. The categories are based on desktop, workgroup, departmental and production work environments. BERTL's analysts review them to identify the select group of devices and software that stand apart from the others.
The compact and robust color digital printers, C330 Series and C530 Series, are ideal for small workgroups requiring fast print speeds, flexible media handling and exceptional color output quality.
The B411 Series and B431 Series of mono LED printers provide exceptional performance to meet the needs of demanding workplace environments delivering fast print speeds, high consumable yields and duty cycles in a user-friendly compact design perfect for small workspaces.
"We’re honored to receive the ‘Fall 2010 BERTL’s Best Award’ for output quality as it acknowledges these products for their capabilities, easy-to-use and reliability through the unique LED technology,” said Harushige Sugimoto, President of OKI Data.
"The receipt of ‘Fall 2010 BERTL's Best' is a true testament to OKI Data's commitment in providing innovative products and solutions that meet the various needs of our end users, at the same time, maximizing efficiencies. The awards for these products exemplify our mission of delivering the best balance of value, cost and performance.”