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Brother launches label printer for FMs

18 August 2014

Brother has launched a label printer offering a range of connectivity options, helping FMs produce labels "quickly and easily from wherever they are"

Label printers can support facilities managers in a number of ways, including correct identification of office equipment or storage and labelling potential health and safety risks.

The PT-P750W label printer offers NFC (Near Field Communication) technology, allowing users to simply swipe their Android device over the machine to establish a connection. In addition, it offers a direct wireless connection with all mobile devices, making it suitable for offices operating a BYOD or hot-desking set-up.

The model also includes Wi-Fi network connectivity, meaning it can be shared by multiple office-based users who can print to it from their desktop computer. Brother’s new label printer is portable. It can be used with an optional Li-on rechargeable battery, making it transportable for bigger office spaces where workers need to print labels across a number of locations.

The printer is compatible with Brother’s iPrint & Label app, meaning FMs can design and print durable labels from any location using their mobile device.

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