Star Micronics Announces a New Desktop Label Printer

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Star Micronics is pleased to announce a high-speed desktop label printer, the TSP828L. Packaged in a small footprint, the TSP828L is ideal for any desktop label printing application, including shipping, box labeling, inventory management and hospitality labeling applications.The built-in label peeler makes the TSP828L one of the easiest to use labeling solutions.

Star Micronics is pleased to announce a high-speed desktop label printer, the TSP828L.

Packaged in a small footprint, the TSP828L is ideal for any desktop label printing application, including shipping, box labeling, inventory management and hospitality labeling applications.The built-in label peeler makes the TSP828L one of the easiest to use labeling solutions.

Adjustable from 45 mm to 112 mm in width, the TSP828L supports a wide variety of direct thermal labels sure to fit nearly any labeling application. Labels with or without timing marks can be used including gap sense, black mark delimited and through hole separated label stock. Designed to work with the industry's leading labeling software applications like BarTender©, NiceLabelâ„¢, and LabelViewâ„¢, the TSP828L is a sure-fit for any desktop labeling function.

The TSP828L comes standard with a dual interface for communication. This interface supports both RS232 serial communication and USB 2.0 Full Speed with automatic sensing to switch between the two (NO CONFIGURATION CHANGE REQUIRED). Additionally, Parallel,Wi-Fi and Ethernet (LAN) interfaces are available as optional accessories.

Our industry famous three year warranty offers the best and longest protection of any specialty printer on the market today. All TSP828L models are in stock and ready for immediate delivery.

Contact Star Micronics at (800) 782-7636 extention 107. Visit our website at http://www.starmicronics.com.

Star Micronics America, Inc.

1150 King Georges Post Road

Edison, NJ 08837

United States of America

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