Review of Dymo LabelWriter Wireless at PCMagPROS

    • Reasonably fast labels. Good print quality. Strong selection of label types. Cost of consumables is competitively low.

CONS

    • Cutter somewhat clumsy and low-tech. While decent, design and print software could be more modern and intuitive.

BOTTOM LINE

  • The Dymo LabelWriter Wireless churns out labels in numerous shapes, colors, and sizes at a competitive per-label cost.

[amazon_link asins=’B0725W4BHR’ template=’ProductAd’ store=’store-1′ marketplace=’US’ link_id=’6f2c34f8-ed89-11e7-88a3-09106fa8372a’]xThe newest Dymo desktop label printer, the Dymo LabelWriter Wireless ($149.99) [amazon_link asins=’B0725W4BHR’ template=’CopyOf-PriceLink’ store=’store-1′ marketplace=’US’ link_id=’b189f43f-ed89-11e7-9aa1-e7ab7544f1ee’], is comparable in price and features to Brother’s QL-810W,[amazon_link asins=’B01MTWGMRR’ template=’CopyOf-PriceLink’ store=’store-1′ marketplace=’US’ link_id=’e5304db6-ed89-11e7-a1c4-b1421334aa32′] which itself is a step down from our Editors’ Choice, the QL-820NWB.[amazon_link asins=’B01MTYE0X6′ template=’CopyOf-PriceLink’ store=’store-1′ marketplace=’US’ link_id=’2143a3ae-ed8a-11e7-9fe6-8baeab147145′] The LabelWriter Wireless is much like the Brother QL-810W in that they both have adept label design and print software for PCs and mobile devices, and you can connect to either via Wi-Fi or USB. However, the Brother model is somewhat slicker in a few key ways: It comes with an automatic cutter, as well as support for an optional battery that makes the printer functional where power is unavailable. Even so, the LabelWriter Wireless is a highly capable, networkable label design and print system, making it a decent alternative to the Brother QL-810W as a home-based or small office labeling solution.
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