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HONEYWELL'S NEW THERMAL DESKTOP PRINTER READY FOR ACTION

12-08-2015
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Honeywell has introduced the new thermal transfer desktop printer, the PC42t, that meets the needs if a wide range of practical environments maximizing affordability. 

The new printer by Honeywell is well suited to small business looking to upgrade to thermal printing for the first time.

The light duty printer is ready for various applications such as retail shelf price labeling, general office packing and shipping labeling, and distribution centre barcode labeling, all the while being inexpensive to own and operate.  

The PC42t thermal transfer desktop printer is optimal for media up to 110 millimeters (4.3 inches) wide. With the ability to accommodate large ribbon sizes, the PC42t can print longer before needing media replenishment.

“From large corporations to small businesses, business owners are looking to identify ways to streamline operations while saving time and resources. By providing this high-quality, reliable and accessible printing solution, Honeywell is helping more customers solve their business problems one barcode and label at a time,” said Alex Babic, ‎senior product marketing manager at Honeywell.

 

Honeywell 

http://honeywell.com/

 

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