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Toner & ink cartridges for your OKI laser printers

Don’t let your OKI office laser printers go dry! Check out our wide selection of authentic toner and ink cartridges for your laser printers today. Always at a fair, low price with fast shipping and outstanding customer service because we care. Quill is your one stop shop for all your office printing needs. Also don’t forget to take advantage of our ink and toner recycling program to reduce waste, save the environment and earn Quill cash!

About Oki Laser Printer Cartridges

Oki has earned a reputation for producing prints that have the sharpest definition and most vivid color. Innovations from Oki's research and development have created a toner that fuses at a lower temperature to make a clean-edged image and brighter colors. Oki toner is specially designed to work with Oki printers to ensure the best performance of your device.

Smart Technology

Oki developed Microfine Spherical Toner which is created by a chemical process that makes the toner particles smooth, round and about one tenth the size of standard toner. It works on a variety of printing paper types leaves virtually no toner scatter to produces crisp, sharp characters. The technology behind the toner ensures your prints are stunning each time.

Environmentally Focused

Oki toner is the result of responsible, sustainable practices and was developed because of Oki's focus on the environment. The toner fuses at a lower temperature which uses less energy. The reduction in energy consumption translates into less carbon dioxide emissions.

Designed to Last

To overcome the problem of low-temperature toner coagulating and surface fusing, each particle of Oki toner is encapsulated in a polymer shell. The shell is designed to maintain the stability of the toner for storage and preserve its free-flowing characteristics. Your prints will look clear and sharp from time of installing a new printer cartridge to the last print, with no fading or degradation.

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