NEW: Datamax E-Class MarkII Printers

e4205Compact and affordable new E-Class printers from Datamax are great for small offices, medical laboratories or any place space is limited. One of the best things is you don’t have to settle for a cheap model and wait forever for your labels to print.

The E-Class Mark II comes in two models: the E-4205e for 200 dpi, 5 ips requirements and the E-4304e which provides higher resolution output at 300 DPI and 4 IPS. Both printers offer 5-inch roll diameter.

What’s more? These printers can handle printing even on durable labeling materials. Some other compacts only print on limited types of labels such as paper and even they can be slow.

For compliance with shipping and other regulatory mandates, these printers come with PDF417 and MaxiCode 2D bar code capabilities and can print complex transportation symbols and label formats. If you have to comply with MIL-STD-130 UID labeling, here you go. It will handle your label printing including the 2D Datamatrix code – without taking a lot of space!

So if you are looking for a smaller printer to handle applications from shipping to compliance and general purpose product identification labels and tags, you’ll want to check out the new E-Class Mark II printers.

Has anyone already tried the Datamax E-Class Mark II printers? Please share your experiences.datamaxOneil_100

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  1. It is going to be interesting to see how the new E-Class compares with my current favorite small printer the GX from Zebra.

    As companies continue to move towards more distributed printing, this class of machine is going to become more important so it is nice to see manufacturers coming up with new models to improve the range of options.

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