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Intermec Intros Desktop Printers for Light-Duty Labeling
March 13, 2012 - News

Intermec is introducing the PC43d and PC43t desktop printers, which the company says provide intuitive, flexible and smart solutions for light-duty labeling applications in transportation, courier, hospitality, manufacturing, warehouse and office environments.

The PC43d and PC43t join the health care-optimized PC23d wristband and label printer announced in February to round out a complete new line of desktop printers with a purpose-built platform and innovative design.

The new printers are available in 4-inch direct thermal and 4-inch thermal transfer, respectively, and work well in space-constrained settings with a sleek and compact design, Intermec said. The entire PC Series offers throughput in its class at eight inches per second.

“Built with customer challenges in mind, Intermec’s PC Series of desktop printers are designed specifically to empower the user," said Chuck Dourlet, Intermec VP of printers & media. “With a highly intuitive and flexible design, Intermec’s newest line of printers offer a fast return on investment by empowering users with simple setup, various ease of use and maintenance features, and a modular design enabling future upgrades for investment protection."    

The PC Series is equipped with a universal Icon interface or color LCD in 10 languages for immediate and intuitive notifications to reduce training and support needs while maximizing uptime. The PC Series also includes the ability for one-handed media loading and quick configuration via a USB stick device, making the printers easy to install and maintain, the company said.

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