New Product: Thermal-label printers

Nov. 8, 2007
Tharo H-Series thermal-label printers work with and without a computer.

For example, users can download label formats, graphics, and databases to the printer’s Flash memory, disconnect the printer from the PC, plug in a standard PC keyboard, and take the printer to another location. Using the keyboard, users type in data, specify number of labels to print, and merge database information.

Tharo Systems Inc., 2866 Nationwide Pkwy., Brunswick, OH 44212, (330) 273-4408, tharo.com

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