By 30 July 2014 | Categories: news


According to Epson, the LW-600P is the smallest and lightest 24 mm desktop label printer on the market, delivering unrivalled portability. The LW-1000P offers a wide range of connectivity choices, including Wi-Fi and wireless device-to-device printing, making it suitable for a variety of environments.
The company believes that the LW-600P offers great flexibility as it can be connected to a computer or used as a portable label maker, enabling users to print from both iOS and Android smartphones or tablets with the free Epson iLabel app. Bluetooth connectivity ensures multiple users can print without the need for any network. It is fast and easy to use, with three simple operating buttons and print speeds of up to 15 mm/s at 180 dpi.
The LW-1000P is a versatile tool for large corporates, small and medium businesses, and maintenance industries, as well as warehouse departments and factories. It provides multiple connectivity options, which include Wi-Fi, wireless device-to-device, USB and PC printing and Ethernet, while it can be shared with multiple users too. Similar to the LW-600P, users can print from both iOS and Android smartphones or tablets using the free Epson iLabel App.
Ryan Hodgskin, retail account manager of Epson South Africa, says: “We’ve enhanced our range with these two devices, with each label printer offering something compelling for customers. The LW-600P offers portability while the LW-1000P offers superior connectivity choices.  Adding these two printers to our range means that we fulfil our customers’ growing needs while delivering great value for money for small and large businesses alike.”
The LW-1000P and the LW-600P are now available with a recommended retail price of R5  271  and R2500 respectively.


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