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    OKI Printing Solutions Announces Free Trial Program of Award-Winning Digital Color Printer for K-12 Schools
    Offer Includes C6100n Digital Color Printer and Ready-to-Use, Customizable Banner Templates to Promote School Activities and Events
    MOUNT LAUREL, N.J., DEC06– Oki Data Americas, which markets its products under the OKI(R) Printing Solutions brand, today announced a national K-12 school promotion for the second half of the 2006- 2007 school year. The offer consists of a free, 45-day trial of the award- winning C6100n digital color printer, along with a School Communications Pack of ready-to-use, customizable banner templates to promote school activities and events. OKI Printing Solutions is offering the promotion to K-12 schools with no cost or obligation to demonstrate the power of color printing in enhancing school communications.All school districts in the U.S. and Canada are eligible to receive up to two evaluation units of the C6100n digital color printer from OKI Printing Solutions, as well as a School Communications Pack that includes a CD-ROM of many popular school activity announcement banner templates in editable Microsoft(R) PowerPoint(R) format. The C6100n features “HD (high-definition) Color”(TM) technology enabled by new microfine toner and multilevel LED heads from OKI Printing Solutions, allowing it to print crisp, rich color on banner paper up to 4-ft long, ideal for instructional aid material and other important school applications. As part of the offer, users will also receive 25 sheets of 8.5″ x 35″ banner paper to print customized banners announcing school events and activities such as concerts; contests; fairs; socials; and sports.

    The deadline to order C6100n evaluation units is December 31, 2006. Schools can place orders through their local OKI Printing Solutions sales representative. Contact information is available at http://www.okidata.com/mkt/html/nf/OKIEduContacts.html.

    “We are committed to providing K-12 education with solutions and programs that enhance the teaching and learning experiences and improve overall school communication,” said Valeria Phillips, Industry Marketing Consultant – Public Sector at Oki Data Americas. “Color is a proven, valuable tool in enhancing communications and improving student retention rate. We are excited for the K- 12 customers to experience through this offer the benefits of customizable and easy-to-use, in-house color printing.”The award-winning C6100n digital color printer is helping schools inspire and improve academic performance within their technology budgets. With an estimated street price of $899, the C6100n offers print speeds up to 26 pages per minute (ppm) in color, 32 ppm in black-and-white.(1) The offer comes with full support from installation to usage, with printer set-up by a field application engineer and a software demonstration by an authorized sales representative. The School Communications Pack is Mac(R) and Windows(R) compatible and banner templates are supported by Microsoft(R) PowerPoint(R) 97 or later. OKI Printing Solutions will ship the C6100n evaluation unit and arrange for printer pick-up at the end of the 45-day trial. For more information, visit http://www.okidata.com/mkt/html/nf/PS_Education.html.The C6100n comes with a one-year overnight exchange warranty and an industry-leading five-year warranty on the digital LED print heads. Like all OKI Printing Solutions products, it is backed by comprehensive support from authorized OKI Printing Solutions solution providers. In addition, the company provides live, toll-free technical support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year, with agents based in North America.