Varlink announces launch of new G-Series desktop printers by Zebra Technologies

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Varlink, the York-based mobile computing and data capture specialist distributor has introduced the new G-series direct thermal and thermal transfer desktop printers from Zebra Technologies. 

Compact with the smallest footprint of any direct thermal printer on the market and offering a larger range of scalable features and functionality than older Zebra 28-series printers, G-series products are the premium choice for any desktop application in a wide range of vertical sectors, from post and parcel to retail, hospitality to leisure through to manufacturing and security environments. 

The G-Series GKTM models deliver the best value of any basic desktop and come with serial and USB connectivity, both EPLTM and ZPL languages as standard as well as a faster standard print speed of up to 5 per second. 

Mike Pullon, Varlink CEO commented we are delighted to incorporate the G-series to our portfolio. The Zebra 2844 family has been extremely popular within our VAR community and we are confident that the G-series will be extremely well received within our channel as these printers are easier to use, faster and offer enhanced functionality, which ultimately make them easier to sell too

With a host of customisable options including wireless connectivity and a media sensor, the best-in-class GXTM models offers the widest range of features in a desktop printer. 

Willie Watt, Zebra Technologies Distribution Manager UK & Ireland added
We are very excited about the addition to the G-Series to our printer range. The G-Series offer increased speed and performance and also great value. One of the key features is that they come with both EPLTM and ZPL as standard, which make them simple to integrate and manage.  

Varlink will be stocking the G-Series product from Monday 14th July, 2008.

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