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Print up to 50 labels per min.* with this label printer that features a built-in cutter to reduce the risk of tears and misaligned labels. Up to 300 x 300 dpi resolution ensures high-quality prints for logos, graphics and images.
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Prints up to 50 labels per min.*
To generate labels quickly.
Up to 300 x 300 dpi resolution
For high-quality prints and crisp text.
Prints on labels 2.4" wide
To display more text per label.
Reduces the risk of tears and misaligned labels.
Drop-in tape rolls
Allow for easy tape replacement and installation.
USB interface and cable
For easy connectivity.
*Print speeds vary with use. See manufacturer for info on print speeds.
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Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Works great and is just what I needed ! Works great for my needs !
I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Great label printer
I have wanted a label printer for some time. I finally found this one at the right price. I generally like it since it prints good enough graphics and photos. I have had some problems getting some apps to format and print the way I want. The app that comes with the printer works great and is easy to use. I recommend this printer for people who want to do bulk printer of labels especially ones that include bar codes or small gray scale pictures.
A:AnswerMany Epson printers support printing (natively) from iPhones.
If you want to print to THIS printer (or any USB printer), you might consider purchasing an AirPort Express, and connecting the printer to the AirPort Express' USB port.
A:AnswerThe printer is USB only, so you need to attach the printer to a computer that your iPhone can "see" (and print through to the printer).
You can get an AirPort Express (from Apple, etc.) and connect this printer to the Airport Express' USB port.
THEN you can print to if from your iPhone.
Hope that helps!