Summary: Inventory management can be some of the most tedious things most companies need to look after; the cycle just repeats itself ad nauseum. Epson, as it turns out, has a portable label printing solutions that isn’t just a one-trick pony.
Pros: Wide array of media type, Robust customisation, Barcode printing
Summary: I’ve never reviewed a label maker before. I honestly never thought I’d need one. I never wanted one. I’ve since changed my mind on all of that, I’ve got a label maker now, a nice one actually and that’s what I’ve got for you right now. Today for review I’ve got the
Pros: Easy to use, Inexpensive, Fun to use, Lots of different label choices, Lots of options
Summary: The LW-400 Epson LabelWorks feels like a well constructed unit and works as advertised. It has enough flexibility in use and built in features to ensure its continued use by anyone or company that buys it.
Summary: The is one of the three label printing machines from Epson. The other two being the and . The LW-400 is a mid-range model and is retailing for , the LW-300 is an entry level retailing for S$69 while the LW-900P is the top of the line retailing for S$299.
Excerpt: When you think of label printing you tend to think of Dymo, as I discovered earlier this year Brother makes labelprinters and now I find so do Epson, here I am looking at their latest offering the EpsonLabelWorks LW-400