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Company Zebra Technologies Corporation
Item 110XiIIIPlus
Features 
  • RFID Ready
  • Handles everything from paper to specialty label/tag stocks
  • Satisfies high-volume label requirements
  • Offers a wide range of connectivity solutions
Description The entry-level printer in the High Performance line, Zebra's 110XiIIIPlus is a true 4 inch (102 mm) performance printer. This hardworking printer is the one to call on for heavy-duty, industrial operations. The 110XiIIIPlus printer is available with either 4.09 inch (104 mm) or 3.2 inch (81 mm) widths. Choose the resolution that best meets your needs, either 200, 300, or 600 dpi (8, 12, or 23.5 dots per mm). When choosing resolution, note that 600 dpi (23.5 dots per mm) is only available with 3.2 inch (81 mm) width and 4 inch (102 mm) per second speed
Info Zebra Technologies Corporation
Customer Service: (866) 230-9494
Web site: http://www.zebra.com/id/zebra/na/en/index.html

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