Epson Unveils LabelWorks Label Printers

Yeah, no snappy headlines for this one. I’ve got too much to do today to be creative right now. Maybe later I’ll be more creative. Anywho, Epson just announced two new label printers under the LabelWorks name. They are the LW-300 and the LW-400. The 300 can do up to 1/2” width size tapes, while the 400 can do up to 3/4” width and can do things like barcodes, cable and wire wraps and mirror images as well. Pricing will be $40 for the LW-300 and $50 for the LW-400 and they’re available now.

 

 

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Epson America, Inc., today announced its first line of portable label makers designed to bring creativity to home and office organization – the LabelWorks™LW-300 and LW-400. Both models deliver versatile, professional-looking labels with 14 font types, 75 frames and more than 300 symbols. Additionally, Epson is offering more than 40 tape cartridges in both traditional colors and specialized media to take any project from ordinary to extraordinary. LabelWorks also provides dramatically smaller lead margins for up to 60 percent less margin waste (1), giving users a perfectly sized label for any application.

The LabelWorks LW-300 works with dozens of tapes in a variety of widths ranging from six millimeters (~1/4 inch) to 12 millimeters (~1/2 inch), and features built-in memory to easily retrieve the 30 most frequently used labels. The tapes are available in a variety of traditional colors, as well as specialty colors and textures such as fluorescent, pearlized, iron-on, reflective, and glow-in-the-dark, allowing for almost limitless creativity and organization. The tapes are also highly durable and can be used in a variety of environments both indoors and outdoors.

The LW-400 adds a two-line, back-lit display, making it simple to create labels in dark places, whether under a desk, in a closet or in a basement or attic. It also features increased built-in memory for storing up to 50 labels, and can also accommodate tapes up to 18 millimeters (~3/4 inch) wide. In addition, the LW-400 has expanded specialty print modes that include custom barcodes, cable and wire wrap and a tab function that prints a mirror image, making folder organization effortless.

For more information, including videos demonstrating how to use LabelWorks, visit www.epson.com/LabelWorks.

Pricing and Availability

Epson LabelWorks LW-300 ($39.99*) and LabelWorks LW-400 ($49.99*) are available exclusively from Amazon.com and Epson.com.

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