Ink Cartridges To Be Used Remotely With New Mobile Printer

2012-01-18 10:53:00

Published on 2012-01-18 10:53:00

Users of Zebra Technologies' latest printer could be set to use their ink cartridges in more of a mobile fashion, according to a statement from the company.

Zebra has announced the release of its QLn220 mobile printer at the latest National Retail Federation (NRF) Annual Convention and Expo and, with it, claimed that it can offer business users greater printing options and flexibility.

The printer is capable of printing two inch labels for such printing areas as shelf-edge, price and return labelling where a smaller, more compact format is preferred.

According to the company, the QLn220 adds to Zebra's breadth of products which, going forward, will allow retailers to streamline operations and improve customers' end experience.

Scott Lane, product manager at Zebra Technologies, said: "We will continue to provide the most innovative features necessary to meet the changing needs of our customer base.

"Later in 2012, the QLn will offer new wireless radio technology, 802.11n, increasing overall efficiency and productivity for our customers."

Zebra also chose the NRF event to demonstrate a wide array of other solutions for the retail industry using printer ink cartridges.

Posted by Canzil Ahmed.

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