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October 01, 2010

L-Tron Brings to Market Printing on the Go

By Madhubanti Rudra, TMCnet Contributor

Whether small, medium or large, businesses need to invest in applications that will help them meet their data-collection needs. L-Tron Corporation, as a value added reseller, is a leading name in the field. Businesses of all sizes trust L-Tron, when it comes to procuring barcode products, data-collection products and industrial computers. L-Tron's numerous solutions include barcode readers, barcode scanners, rugged mobile computers and printing solutions. The company announced an enhancement in their offering by bringing to the market, the world's first mobile thermal transfer printer.

In a press release, L-Tron Corporation announced the availability of the world's first mobile thermal transfer printer P4T. The company informed that the innovative P4T was developed by Zebra Technologies.

According to L-Tron, P4T offers users the ability to print long-life bar code labels and documents up to 4" wide. The product’s uniqueness lies in its ability to withstand harsh, outdoor environments.

L-Tron further informed that innovative P4T solution is especially advantageous for government, manufacturing, transportation, logistics, mobile workforce and field service industries. The product can be tailored to individual needs. With P4T, the companies can customize the product to meet their unique needs, while still enjoying the benefits of thermal transfer image durability, optional RFID, advanced wireless connectivity options and direct thermal print mode.  P4T is Ideal for on-demand indoor and outdoor printing.

Moreover, P4T is easy to wear and carry. For enhanced data and asset tracking accuracy and improved workforce efficiency, companies across the industry can trust on P4T product.

In other news, L-Tron announced that the durable DS-PAN-221 Docking Stations are impact resistant, using a combination of aircraft grade aluminum and glass-reinforced plastic covering. Engineered with fully functional rear facing connectors, these Docking Stations and equipped with a rugged locking system to keep the Toughbook safe and secure. Advantageous for mobile Toughbook users, the DS-PAN-221 maintains constant connectivity through the use of a guided, floating Docking Connector, while an LED indicator light keeps the user continually informed of the dock's status.

Madhubanti Rudra is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of her articles, please visit her columnist page.

Edited by Jaclyn Allard

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