Need a printer that can save space?

Having space issues
by Timmy Thermal

If you’ve seen my desk you would have to ask, how does he stay organized. You would swear that the space debris around the earth is more organized. Yeah, you know what I’m taking about (See image on below)! To keep our companies running we need computers, printers, fax machines (really), and many other tools to be productive.space debris
Computers have now made the change to being smaller. The evolution went from big old desktop to laptop and now tablets and smart phones. Wouldn’t it be great if printers started to evolve for space saving?
Well, there is good news from the world of thermal printing! Datamax-O’Neil has a new compact industrial thermal printer. The Datamax-O’Neil W1110 is the first entry in their new Workstation Series. With the same standards featured in their Performance Series, including Ethernet 10/100, 50 resident/scalable fonts, 300 dpi printheads, and support for the industry-standard PCL5e programming language.
Capable of being used in a wide range of industries and printing applications, the Datamax-O’Neil W1110 is ideal for industries and applications such as pharmaceutical, product labeling, asset management and shelf labeling. Datamax-O’Neil has packed the W1110 with a 300dpi printhead, a max print speed of 4 inches per second, and 32 MB of flash memory as well as 32 MB of DDR2 SDRAM (Datamax-O’Neil says a 64 MB model will be made standard in the future).datamax w1110
The Datamax-O’Neil W1110 features a compact design which means it takes up a minimal amount of real estate in your workplace. A lot of thermal printers don’t have support this space-saving design, but with Datamax-O’Neil W1110, it’ll be there for you and your printing applications you need it and virtually invisible when you don’t. Don’t worry about this thing surviving in harsh or rugged conditions/workplaces. While this compact thermal printer might be designed with space in mind, it fails to sacrifice rugged durability. This makes it one of the best thermal printers around and with plenty of supported features, the Datamax-O’Neil W1110 is definitely a printer worth checking out.
Have you had a chance to check out the W1110 from Datamax-O’Neil? Are you thinking about picking one up for your workplace? Let us know what you think on Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and LinkedIn! As always, if you have any questions or need service for your printers call us at (800) MIDCOM 4 Service ((800) 643-2664).

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