Introducing the QL-650TD PC Label Printer, the latest addition to the QL range.
Print time and date labels direct from your Brother QL-650TD, even when its not connected to your computer!
This is the fastest, easiest and most versatile way to print labels in seconds. Whether you need one label or lots of labels the QL-650TD is perfect for printing address and shipping labels, name badges and even banners and signage by printing on Continuous Length tape.
When the QL-650TD is disconnected from the computer users can print from the 8 pre-set label designs or 10 custom label designs. Print Date of Production labels, Best Before labels and Inspection labels for Medical, Laboratory, Retail, Food, Warehousing, Manufacturing and Production industries.
• in-built time and date printing at the touch of a button
• front panel LCD display showing time, date and message
• automatic cutter
• RS232/Serial and USB Ports
• ESC/P printing
• Windows and Mac compatible
• fastest print speed in its class of 56 labels/min^
By connecting straight to your PC/Mac, the QL-650TD with built-in automatic cutter can print photos, logos and barcodes in one simple step by using the software provided.
Prints Continuous Length tape and Die-Cut Labels
Totally unique in the labelling market, the new QL-650TD prints die-cut labels in nine popular sizes as well as Continuous Length labels!
Print labels as big or as small as you want!
With the one roll of Continuous Length tape, you can make mailing labels, shipping labels as well as banners and signs. Now that's versatility.
You can now print labels direct from Word, Excel and Outlook with the smart Add-in Utility feature. Printing labels is as easy as 'Highlight, Click and Print'. Or you can get creative and design your own labels by using the label design software provided.
• Round Paper labels 24mm (starter roll, 250 labels)
• 62mm Continuous Length white paper (starter roll, 8m)
• USB cable
• Paper guide tray
• Cleaning sheet
• AC power cord
• CD-ROM (software, driver, user's guide)
What can I say? This is easily one of the simplest and most versatile label printers I've ever had the chance to use.
Installation was a breeze: just put the CD into your PC, follow the instructions on screen, plug the printer into the USB port when instructed and that was it, done. Installation of the labels themselves also couldn't be easier. It's a very simple process that anyone can do, and the fact that the labels are continuous feed means that you don't waste any labels each time you change rolls.
Printing is a breeze, and you can do it many different ways. You can choose to use the P-Touch editor that comes standard on the CD, or you can use Word, Excel or Outlook to produce some customised designs. Doing a run of labels from a spreadsheet or database is extremely easy and you will wonder why you did it the old fashioned way before.
The vast array of label types available (16 at last count) make this one versatile little printer, and one that I can see myself using time and time again. The cost of the consumables is very reasonable and combined with the relatively low cost of this unit, compared with the features this unit packs, it makes sense to own one.
So in summary, a big thumbs up to Brother for another fine piece of office equipment, to join the ranks of their other marvelous products.
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