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Dymo LabelWriter 450

Dymo LabelWriter 450

The Dymo LabelWriter 450 uses thermal printing technology to print 51 labels/min. Dymo Label version 8 software enables you to create and print address, shipping, file, folder and barcode labels, plus name badges and more. All without the extra work and hassles of printing sheet labels on a standard desktop printer. Create labels directly from read more…

Zebra TLP 2844

Zebra TLP 2844

The Zebra TLP 2844 is leading the way in versatile and affordable desktop printing. The Zebra TLP 2844 barcode printer brings a new level of performance to the Zebra desktop family. This space-saving, user-friendly printer delivers optimal performance in today’s on-demand desktop labeling applications. The Zebra TLP 2844 is loaded with impressive features and a read more…

Symbol LS3578-ER

Symbol LS3578-ER

The Symbol LS3578-ER Bluetooth-enabled cordless rugged scanner scans all one-dimensional (1D) barcodes from practically anywhere, making it ideal for a warehouse or manufacturing facility. /b>? Thanks The Symbol LS3578-ER has a “single flow” frimware system. Meaning …

Wasp WDT2200

Wasp WDT2200

The WDT2200 mobile computer features rugged construction, designed to protect your investment. The WDT2200 is built to tolerate multiple 4-foot drops to concrete, ensuring your productivity even in harsh and demanding environments. Engineered to reduce maintenance costs and eliminate downtime, the WDT2200 includes IP54 protection against damage from dust and water. The WDT2200 is ideal read more…

Honeywell 4800i

Honeywell 4800i

The 4800i Industrial 2D Area Imager, powered by Adaptus Imaging Technology 5.0, decodes faster, farther, and future-proofs your investment. The 4800i helps employees spend less time trying to capture data, and more time creating a productive and cost effective work environment. …

Honeywell Dolphin 6000

Honeywell Dolphin 6000

Today’s mobile workers require real-time communications and access to critical business data to make informed decisions at the point of customer service. Many of these information workers utilize multiple devices – such as smart phones, VoIP phones, two-way radios, laptop or tablet computers, GPS navigation systems, and barcode scanners – throughout the course of a read more…