Networkable via Ethernet. Huge color touch screen control panel. 100-sheet ADF. Control panel supports up to 30 configurable users. Wide security options.
Somewhat costly. No Wi-Fi or Wi-Fi Direct for mobile connectivity.
Fast output. Good print quality. Excellent label design, print software, and mobile apps. Prints two-color, black/red labels. Good selection of label types. Good value for the price.
Per-label media cost is somewhat high.
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