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  • 14 Jan 2021

Toshiba Tec launches new series of desktop printers

Toshiba Tec has unveiled its new BV400D thermal barcode printer series

Toshiba Tec, a provider of barcode printing devices, has unveiled its new BV400D thermal barcode printer series. With increased performance and durability, these new desktop printers are claimed to be the most powerful devices Toshiba has ever designed.

The BV400D series incorporates Toshiba technology previously exclusively reserved for mid-range or industrial printers only, such as smart LCD for improved user experience and print speeds up to 7 inches per second. The robustness of these new desktop printers means they can now offer high print quality and performance to rival most mid-ranged printers.

‘The BV400D is a design collaboration between Toshiba Tec barcode and POS engineering with the aim to develop a unique series of printers that meets the expectations of modern customers,’ said Deyon Antoine, product manager at Toshiba Tec. ‘These printers are incredibly versatile; the high-speed printers are ideal for transport and logistics where shipping labels are printed with exceptionally reliable quality. With extended connectivity features, such as wireless printing, they are also the perfect match for the retail and food and beverages sectors - to name a few.’

The BV400D series integrates into various IT environments through its multiple connection options. Being MFi certified, wireless connections also work together with iOS devices, making it a suitable choice for the rapidly growing e-commerce sector. 

The new operating system enables the BV400D printers to be entirely controlled from handheld devices that run Toshiba apps on iOS, Android, or Windows platforms. Toshiba supports a wide range of SDKs to develop unique workflow applications running on various systems. Additional functions, like the simple receipt mode, enable automatic saving of paper when using continuous material.


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