Monday, April 26, 2010
Zebra’s TLP 3884-Z desktop label printer enjoins convenience and efficiency with fast, high-resolution printing for businesses’ and industries’ quick, clear printing needs.When Small is Huge
The TLP 3884-Z direct thermal/thermal transfer printer rings in at 7.8 inches (198 mm) wide, 6.8 inches (174 mm) tall, and 9.4 inches (238 mm) long, enabling convenient placement virtually anywhere to meet businesses’ space limitations.
The printer’s size doesn’t limit its capabilities, though. The 32-bit processor, backed by 8 MB SDRAM and 4 MB Flash memory capacity, enable quick printing throughput and completion, enhancing productivity and efficiency.
300 dpi resolution of 17 imbedded fonts, as well as user-defined, scalable fonts and graphics—including custom logos for increase business or customer footprint in target markets ensure reliable versatility in crisp, clean label printing. The model additionally supports IBM code page850 international characters for cross-border application convenience and adaptability. The 3844-Z improves time management by printing at 4.09 inches (109 mm) per second on media widths up to 4 inches (102 mm), as well.Smooth Connectivity
The tri-fold connectivity options via a Serial RS-232, parallel, or USB configurations nearly guarantees easy set up and use, eased by the auto-calibration and head-up sensor the TLP 3844-Z contains, all directed by the ever-reliable Zebra printer management engagement and protected within double-walled ABS case that reduces maintenance from accidental damage.Wide-Ranged Versatility
The TLP 3844-Z Direct Thermal/Thermal Transfer desktop printer ideally adapts to moderate and small label printing, such as barcoding laboratory vials and labeling electrical components.
Optional components, such as a paper cutter adapter and Asian and other international font capability, expand the 3844’s productivity and versatility exponentially.Summary
When they utilize the TLP 3844-Z desktop printer, businesses and industries can bank on enhanced efficiency, progressive productivity, and concise labels in multiple presentations geared toward expanding their profit margins.