The Datamax E-4203 Thermal Printer is a relatively small printer at the lower end of the price scale. But don't be deceived by its low price! It's a big performer. It sits nicely on any office desk or workbench, and its low-noise output won't interfere with your daily office routine. This printer offers both 'thermal direct' and 'thermal transfer' modes.
On everything from address labels to barcode and product identification labels, this robust little unit processes as many as 5000 labels a week.
It's easy to use too. The printer interfaces via serial or parallel ports, with built-in auto detection. The unit has a 203 dpi print head, and will print up to 76 mm per second on labels from 25 mm to 104 mm wide.
As an added bonus, the Datamax E-4203 will print on fan stock accepted from the back of the printer, and it handles die-cut and continuous labels. If you're interested in purchasing the E-4203, please feel free to visit our showroom at 24-26 Donkin Street, West End. We'd be delighted to demonstrate how versatile and quiet this economical little printer really is!
So there you have it, a low-cost entry-level thermal printer that's able to match it with the best. In our next issue, we'll be looking at the Datamax E-4304, a 300 dpi printer for those of you who like to include logos with their labels. Until next time, happy printing!
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