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Master Geek
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Topic # 229103 7-Feb-2018 19:11
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Oki MC363dn Colour Laser Multifunction 

Brand new, in a sealed box, unopened, unregistered; 3 year manufacturer warranty 

 

(I do have the receipt ). 

 


$400 (Retails for about $700)

Highlights: 

- Colour Laser multifunction 
- Print Speed A4 26 ppm color, 30 ppm mono 
- Full duplex printing AND automatic (ie single feed) duplex scanning 
- Wired Network (wireless possible with optional addon, not included) 
- 250 pages tray capacity 
- Google Cloud Print 2.0 and Apple AirPrint (print from smartphones and tablets etc) 

 

All details at: 

http://www.oki.com/au/printing/products/colour-multifunctio
n/a4/mc300series/mc363dn/index.html 

 


Pickup from Wellington


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  Reply # 1955167 11-Feb-2018 13:36
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bump; price drop of $50 down to $350 NZD


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  Reply # 1955456 11-Feb-2018 22:29
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Might be interested. Will speak to the Finance Minister tomorrow.








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  Reply # 1959617 17-Feb-2018 14:33
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bump. Will post on TM soon...




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  Reply # 1970007 6-Mar-2018 16:06
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final bump, for the students!

 

TM link: https://www.trademe.co.nz/Browse/Listing.aspx?id=1563987012

 

(but would prefer to save the fees and sell here)


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