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Zebra 140xiIII Barcode Printer

Description: The 140XiIII is the fastest barcoding printer in the Zebra Xi Series. With such powerful performance and steel construction, it is the ideal choice for high-volume, mission-critical applications with 24-hour duty cycles. The 140XiIII is also well-suited for applications in which labels are required...
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