The Dymo Rhino 4200 has been around for a long time. I thought it would be worth doing this little review as it's a great value printer for what it does. As I type this, the printer is on offer at £34.49 +VAT with free standard delivery, which puts it in great competition with the Brother PT-E series. This print features a great selection of tape materials and printable label types for any electrician or communications installer.
Information about the features of this printer are very sparse. This is what I've found from the Dymo specification sheet:
- QWERTY keyboard.
First things first. It's not full colour, so please don't get too excited. However, it still is a fairly exciting thing because this a 2 colour printer that doesn't require any ink, toner or ribbon. This is the first twin colour direct thermal printer from Brother in the QL range, and the first in the market it's aimed at. As I'm reviewing 2 very similar printers at the same time, I'll review mostly the QL-800 and then mention any differences with the QL-810W.
- 300x600 dpi print resolution
- 93 labels per minute (110 labels per minute on the QL-810W)
- Automatic Cutter
- 62mm wide print
- Prints black & red with DK-22251
- USB connection (and Wi-Fi on the QL-810W)
- Windows and Mac software included (downloadable Android &
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