Varlink announces the launch of Zebra's new QLn mobile printer range

Varlink, the specialist IT distributor based in York, has introduced the QLn series, Zebra's new 3" and 2" direct thermal mobile printers. The QLn series is the next generation of Zebra's highly successful QL printer range, offering multiple enhancements which deliver significant benefits over the previous QL and QL Plus series generations.

This lightweight mobile label printer has been engineered with rubber-infused over-moulding to make it even more durable, and with its larger, sharper, easier to read LCD display, as well as faster and higher quality printing than its predecessors, the QLn can boost operational productivity.
The QLn prints up to 4" per second, has 128MB RAM and 256MB flash memory, endures multiple drop tolerance from 5ft, and is IP43 rated (IP54 with soft case). Optional WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity make the QLn ideal for use inside or outside the four walls applications, and it's Serial and USB ports enable cabled data transfer. Ethernet support is also available via a docking cradle.

Enhance efficiencies with black mark and gap sensors, peel and present mode, tear bar for easy dispensing of receipts and labels, and a wide range of accompanying accessories, all designed to increase efficiencies with ease of use in mind. The QLn series is well positioned for use in retail and healthcare environments to fulfil tasks such as shelf edge labelling, price markdowns, price labels and tags, sell-by labels, transfer and return labels, bedside specimen labels, and pharmacy labels.
The QLn320 and QLn220 mobile printers are now available to order from Varlink, and to celebrate the launch there are great deals to be had. Varlink also offer a comprehensive range of rugged PDAs, barcode scanners, and tablet PC's which can be easily paired with Zebra mobile printing solutions.

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