New Alpha-3R label printer from TSC Auto ID

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From today, with its Alpha-3R, TSC Auto ID has launched its new Alpha-3R portable thermal label printer. Features of this robust, light-weight model include long-lasting battery, large paper capacity and all at a highly competitive price. This newest addition to the versatile TSC family is said to be ideal for convenient receipt and document printing on demand in warehousing and retail, in healthcare, for on-board transportation ticketing and for mobile ticketing in a public service setting.
Useful features which are not available from comparable printers come as standard with the beautifully designed Alpha-3R, making it the star product in this category: A high-capacity 7.4V/2500 mAh rechargeable Lithium Ion battery guarantees an excellent performance for more than 12 hours. Due to ultra-clear LED displays, the user has a clear view of the remaining charge at all times. The weight of this user-friendly printer, battery included, is only 550 g, so it can easily be worn on a belt for extended periods. It's a perfect fit for the modern working environment.
The 32-bit RISC CPU high-speed processor allows printing speeds of up to 102 mm/s (4") at a resolution of 203 dpi. With a maximum printing length of 2286 mm this mobile power printer boasts more than twice the capacity of its rivals – and can process media rolls of up to an outer diameter of 57 mm (2.25").
8 MB DRAM and 4 MB FLASH provide sufficient memory even for the most demanding printing requirements. An USB 2.0 is included as standard, while optional features are wired or wireless communication interfaces, such as RS-232, Bluetooth and 802.11 b/g/n wireless.
With its double-wall plastic design, the Alpha-3R is designed for a rough life, inside the new added IP54-rated environmental case to resist dust and water and with its rubber over-mold construction prepared to take up to a five foot fall and keep printing. As with all its thermal printers, TSC Auto ID offers a of two-year warranty.

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