With the Datamax-O’Neil E-Class Mark III E4205, your desktop gets a productivity makeover.
Designed to be affordable, this entry-level desktop thermal printer will spoil you with features and reliability typically found only in much more costly hardware.
The standard version prints at 203 dpi and 4.25 inches wide, while an optional upgraded printer can output at 300 dpi and 4.16 inches wide. The E-4205 prints at 5 inches per second and includes 64 MB Flash memory and 32 MB DRAM.
The Datamax-O’Neil E-Class Mark III E4205 builds its value proposition on three major planks: affordability, economical operation, and ease of operation.
A less-expensive option for growing businesses
The Datamax-O’Neil E4205 offers a more affordable option for businesses both now and over time. In addition to its reasonable initial price point, the E4205 relies upon a proven design and double-wall construction. This ensures a longer life for the hardware and lower replacement costs for your company.
The printer was designed with almost no moving parts. This means there are fewer pieces that can wear out aside from the printhead and platen roller. Because of this, potential repair dollars remain low.
In addition, the printer instantly saves time and money for businesses currently relying on an ink jet or laser printer for labels. Unlike these other options, the E4205 was created specifically to deal with the challenges of sticky labels and does not need constant cleaning and servicing.
Low operating costs save cash over time
Sometimes, the high costs of doing business are hidden away from sight. But Datamax-O’Neil took a long, hard look at desktop label printing costs and designed the E4205 to minimize expenses for its customers:
While small desktop printers use a great deal of expensive ink, the E4205 relies on economical, high-capacity ribbons. The savings in ink alone can pay for the printer in a short period of time.
Only the dots needed to print are heated on the stationary printhead. This saves energy and decreases electricity demand.
With an inkjet or laser printer, users tend to waste many of the labels on each sheet. It’s simply too difficult to format a print job in such a way to utilize every label. In contrast, the E4205 prints individual labels so no blanks are thrown away.
Simple to use for common label printing applications
The E4205 is easy to use right out of the box. Unlike competing solutions, the printer includes a wide variety of wired and wireless connection options – USB 2.0, Serial RS232, parallel bi-directional, or 10/100 BaseT Ethernet. The printer’s controls are intuitive to understand and use, and the printer was designed so that media and ribbon rolls can be replaced without a hassle.
When maintenance is required, both the printhead and platen roller can be replaced even by inexperienced users, with no tools required.
Does your business need to upgrade your desktop label printing capabilities?
Find out how you can update your productivity at System ID. And for a limited time, purchase the Datamax-O’Neil E-Class Mark III E4205 desktop printer at a special price!
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