TSC’s bestselling TTP-244 Plus barcode printer just got even better with the new TTP-244 Pro. The popular TTP-244 Plus thermal transfer desktop printer is known as the only inexpensive solution that offers a powerful processor, generous memory, internal scalable fonts and the world’s most popular barcode printer language emulations in one small package. The TTP-244 Pro is now 25% faster, printing at speeds up to 5 inches per second.
The TSC™ TTP-244M Pro series is the price leader in its class, delivering top-of-the-line speed and efficiency, with print speeds up to 102 mm per second (4 ips) and a large 4 MB Flash plus 8MB DRAM memory capacity. It supports a wide print field – up to 4 inches – and offers a choice of either 203 dpi or 300 dpi resolution.
Durable, reliable and fast, the TTP-245C generates 4-inch-wide labels, tags or receipts at up to 6 ips, offering a price-performance combination that is unmatched by other desktop thermal barcode printers on the market.
The new TTP-247 thermal transfer desktop barcode printer series delivers more performance for the price than any other printer in its class. Based on the design of its best-selling predecessor, the TTP-245 Plus, the TTP-247 runs at an impressive 7 inches per second, printing up to 4 inches wide at 203 dpi resolution.
The affordable and easy-to-use TTP-384M wide-format thermal transfer printer is ideally suited for compliance labeling, brand marketing, inventory control, drum labeling, warning signs and a host of other signage solutions.
When economical and reliable high-performance printing is required, the rugged 105SLPlus is the right choice. Building on the legacy of Zebra’s proven high performance printer design, the 105SLPlus provides high speed printing, a multitude of connectivity options, and all-metal construction to withstand tough use.
The Standard Range (SR) model offers an extraordinary range, eliminating the need to purchase separate standard and extended range scanners. The High Density (HD) model scans standard bar codes as well as the tiny, dense barcodes commonly found on jewelry tags, consumer electronics and electronic components.