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Label Printers vary depending on their usage and are available in different formats such as printers for address labels, product labels, safety labels, piple markers, flash labels etc. Some printers for industrial labels like DuraLabel TORO are all-in-one label printers and cover most of the use cases.

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Brother P-Touch H300LI

Brother P-Touch H300LI Labelmaker


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Brother P-Touch H300LI
Brother PT-H100
Zebra ZP450
Brother QL-720NW
HP LaserJet Pro P1102w
Brother P-Touch H300LI Labelmaker
Brother PTH100 Easy Handheld Label Maker
Zebra ZP 450 CTP Thermal Label Printer
Brother QL-720NW Printer
Hewlett Packard LaserJet Pro P1102w Label Printer
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Printer Type
Label Printer
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Output Type
Monochrome Printer
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Monochrome Printer

  • A self-contained printer for plastic labels, the Brother P-touch PT-H300Li offers a QWERTY keyboard, memory for storing labels, and a bright, highly readable LCD.


  • The Brother P-touch PT-H100 is an inexpensive option for printing plastic and fabric labels - in a variety of label types, widths, and colors - with no computer needed.


  • The Brother QL-720NW label printer can connect to a network to let the entire office print labels, but it can print stamps only over a USB connection.


  • Small enough to sit on your desk as a personal monochrome laser, the HP LaserJet Pro P1102w is faster than the model it replaces, adds WiFi, and costs less too.


  • The HP LaserJet Pro P1102w is faster than your average low-end laser, and it has wireless to boot. Unfortunately its toner is very expensive, making it appropriate only for low-volume users.


  • Overall, this is a worthwhile, entry-level mono laser printer, which comes as standard with wireless connection and prints good-quality pages quickly. It's comparatively expensive to run though, and costs around 25 percent more to buy than some of its main rivals. Unless you're a devoted HP customer, there are other machines that are strong contenders here.