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Designed for professional users, this stylish silver and black labeler can either be used as a portable system or connected to a PC or Mac. The large backlit display makes for easy viewing in numerous environments while eight font sizes and twelve type styles provide endless options. The PT-2700 will store up to 99 labels in its memory.
Using direct thermal printing rather than laminated label tape, the 400 Duo doesn’t require toner or ink cartridges. The package includes Dymo label software that allows you to create your own custom designs as well as Address Fixer software which automatically checks zip codes against a USPS database.
Your label choices are virtually endless with this Dymo model. The LM350 comes complete with thirteen print styles, six fonts and seven background patterns. The extra large display screen and oversized, well-spaced keys are a boon to those who have a hard time using today’s ever-shrinking keyboards. The vertical print feature is especially useful for binder spines.
With enough built-in memory to save nine of your most frequently printed labels, the Brother PT 2100 is a feature-packed label maker at a reasonable price. If you need to print from Word, Excel, or Outlook, connect it to your PC for even more options! The large display screen allows you to view three lines of text.
The perfect label maker for almost any task! Featuring a two-line LCD display, this user-friendly machine prints easy-to-read labels in just seconds. The PT-1950 provides 64 different type sizes and style combinations. The automatic cutter turns any labeling task into an efficient one.
The Dymo LabelWriter series eliminates the need for pricy sheet labels. With a USB connection to your computer, the 400 Turbo generates laser-sharp individual labels in seconds. Not only does the Turbo model create professional-looking labels for envelopes, files, packages and CDs, it can also print postage right from your computer!
Because of its handheld size and relatively inexpensive price, this label maker is perfect for those small, around-the house jobs. Its easy-view, fifteen-character display allows for quick review prior to printing which helps avoid errors and unnecessary tape waste. Multiple formatting and typestyle options give you the freedom to create professional-looking labels without complication.
Quiet, functional, and fast, the LabelWriter 400 prints labels for endless needs – files, binders, packages, envelopes, videos, and CDs. The smallest of the Dymo LabelWriter series, this model comes with label software that integrates easily with most software applications. The 400 comes with add-ins that let you print directly from Microsoft Word, Outlook, and more.
If a budget-conscious label maker is what you’re looking for, the Casio KL-60 might be the answer. It’s the cheapest model featured here, but it still gives you several options for creating customized labels. Its compact size is perfect for home, office, and school use.
The Dymo LabelWriter Twin Turbo is essentially two machines in one. With the capacity to hold two label rolls at the same time, this model is the answer for people who print large quantities of labels or switch between sizes regularly.
I bought the Brother P-Touch 1280 from Staples online - at a great price and I've been label happy ever since!
I have the Brother P Touch - simple to use, and love the fun color labels to choose from
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