Paxar EMEA, part of the Paxar Corporation, the world's leading provider of fully integrated and innovative labelling, merchandising and identification solutions for apparel manufacturers and retailers, announces the launch of its newly developed Bluetooth-capable Monarch 9460 Network Printer.

The Monarch 9460, traditionally, is a robust portable printer for busy environments - designed to withstand the rough and tumble of retail stores, back offices, stockrooms and distribution centres. Combining this with a Bluetooth capability, Paxar has developed one of the toughest and totally wireless Network Printers available in todays market enabling safer communication between one device and another.

The benefits of the printer range from In-Store Pricing and Shelf Labelling to Markdowns - making short work of in-store re-ticketing jobs such as markdowns, returns, exchanges and store transfers.
The 9460 can improve retail operations in several ways:

  Assist retailers and their supply chains IS department by providing simplified software maintenance, easy diagnostics, better range and more cost effective migration;

  Easy Internet Protocol (IP) programming, using the same powerful method used by the Internet; and

  Improve flexibility, lower costs and reduce downtime by eliminating cables from your mobile printing solution.

The Monarch 9460s versatile power options include rechargeable lithium ion battery, AC adapter, and RF link option for wireless connection. Its unique clamshell design results in easy loading and virtually eliminates supply jams and it gives fast, clean imaging up to 3 ips at 203 dpi results in crisp, clear labels. Moreover, with Bluetooth, the Monarch 9460 enables employees to work remotely in their office environment with an easy to carry, handheld device anywhere and at anytime.

The newly enhanced 9460 clearly demonstrates Paxars dedication to making life easier for retailers and their employees; ensuring productivity is kept to the highest possible level.

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