04.17.2008 08:45 AM
Brother launches P-touch EDGE industrial labelers

Brother International is previewing its new P-touch EDGE, a line of industrial labeling tools, at NAB2008.

As part of the launch, Brother is previewing the PT-7600 and PT-7500 labeling tools. Both models are handheld with a rubber grip that makes them comfortable to work with. Each has a large LCD display and bright backlight for easy viewing. Smart technology saves time and makes these labeling tools easy to use.

The PT-7600 adds software for creating custom label designs that can be downloaded into nonvolatile memory and later printed without a computer. For added productivity, it’s possible to transfer a Microsoft Excel or Access database to the PT-7600, link it to any of the downloaded label templates and print labels directly from that database.

See Brother International in NAB booth Su13616, or visit www.brother.com.


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