Datamax-O'Neil Begins Shipping The E-Class Mark III Professional Series Printers
The newest E-Class Mark III model offers higher level of functionality at an affordable price
Datamax-O’Neil, a global provider of industrial grade label and receipt printing solutions, announces that it has begun shipping the E-Class Mark III Professional Series printers and that the product is in-stock at major distribution partners. The E-Class Mark III Professional offers the highest level of functionality at an affordable price, and is ideal for businesses with sophisticated applications and more complex printing requirements.
“The E-Class Mark III Pro series is the most advanced desktop printer on the market with the highest performance, best user interface, and the largest array of communications available,” said Raul Palacios, Senior Product Manager for Datamax-O’Neil. “It offers all this while maintaining the E-Class Mark III’s three dimensions of value: affordable to own, easy to use and economical to operate. The Pro is the Lexus of desktop printers, but at a Toyota price.”
The Professional expands on the E-Class Mark III Advanced model with features like a graphical display with a navigational menu interface, real time clock, audible alarm, USB host connectivity, faster print speed at 6 ips, and optional wireless LAN and Bluetooth communications. It is the ideal desktop printer for manufacturing, healthcare, retail and postal service markets.
Datamax-O’Neil is a trusted global provider of stationary and portable label and receipt printing solution products that enable manufacturing and supply markets to capture the benefits of automated product identification and automated legal and financial transactions. Datamax-O’Neil is the barcode and mobile printing business company within Dover Corporation’s Printing and Identification segment. The company’s products address a wide variety of applications, including those in the industrial, healthcare, retail, automotive and ticketing market sectors. Datamax-O’Neil is headquartered in Orlando, Florida, and maintains key facilities in California, Illinois, and France, as well as sales and technical support offices around the world.