I went to an ADI convention a few months ago and Rhino had a booth there. I was trying to talk my boss into buying the 5200 or the 6000 with no luck. When I saw the 4200 at the Rhino booth of coarse I started to ask questions about the comparability of the 4200 with the other more expensive models. When I found out that it will do almost as much as the 5200 and the 6000 I had to buy one.
Simplest to use and great results!
I am a professional organizer, so I have used a few different label makers. This one is by far the simplest to use and gives great results! It does not waste tape (like the P-Touch by Brother which spits out huge margins so you keep having to buy more tape constantly!) The buttons on this Dymo are very intuitive. I didn't even have to read the directions to figure out how to use it.
Fast, simple, awesome
When they say "Plug and Play," they mean it. This label printer appears as a mounted drive in Mac OS X and Windows, and you run the software right off the printer, no installation required. Tested with OS X 10.6 and Windows 7. It is bus-powered (no AC adapter) and small enough to slip in any briefcase or laptop bag, which means you can print labels anywhere and everywhere with trivial ease.
Great as a receipt printer!
When I first started looking, I had found only "true" POS-style receipt printers costing $300+. Knowing that receipt printers are simply overpriced thermal printers, I decided to look for thermal printers not billed as receipt printers. I dont know why I didnt think of Dymo first! This is a great product that is designed with label and postage printing in mind, but Dymo sells continuous thermal receipt paper rolls for it as well.
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