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TSC TE200 Series

TSC TE200 Series
The TE200 Series provides customers throughout the world with a competitive, durable, entry-level desktop printer that is both versatile and easy-to-use. The two available models include the TE200 which offers the industry standard 8 dots per mm (203 dpi) print resolution at an industry best 6 inches per second, and the 12 dots per mm (300 dpi) TE300 for use with printing small fonts, barcodes, or   »View more
  • Part number: TSCTE200Manufacturer: TSC
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  • TSC 99-065A101-00LF00

    TSC TE200, 8 dots/mm (203 dpi), TSPL-EZ, USB
    Label printer, desktop printer, thermal transfer, 8 dots/mm (203 dpi), media width (max.): 112 m...
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  • TSC 99-065A301-U1LF00

    TE210, EU power cord (EMEA), i
    TE210, EU power cord (EMEA), internal Bluetooth 4.0 for European Union...
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    • Thermal Transfer -> Use (ink) Ribbons, are more durable.
    • Direct thermal -> Do not require (ink) Ribbons, are less durable, can darken when exposed to sunlight.
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The series TSCTE200 designed by the prestigious factory TSC is available in our ecommerce. We have 9 different model configurations for sale and and they accesories, everything that you need . If you have any doubt, our technical service is available from the chat or in this number 1-800-729-0236 to help you in the sale process an buy the best option for you and your company.

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