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AUSTRALIAN-based Datamax distributor insignia is set to release one of the most sophisticated printers suitable for tight spaces, offering technological advances and desktop configurations.

Insignia product manager Andy Hecke said the M-4206 would set the benchmark for midrange 4-inch printers.

Incorporating desktop features like small and versatile footprint, a plastic cover and an advanced menu system, the M-4206 also offers industrial performance capabilities.

“The M-4206 will provide users with a unit that has all the options of a Datamax I Class, including internal rewind, cutter, peel and present," Hecke said.

"It is also constructed in line with the I Class making it one of the lowest maintenance thermal printing machines available."

Mr Hecke said the Datamax M-4206 was the most "feature rich" printer available to address the desktop/light industrial marketplace and provides users of Allegro, Allegro 2 and DMX400 machines with a direct replacement incorporating new generation technology.

Mr Hecke said standard connectivity interfaces for the M-4206 included an RS232 serial port, an IEEE 1284 compliant, bi-directional port and a USB port.

"Datamax also offers DMXConfig, a desktop configuration tool that allows user to set the printer without entering the printer's menu," he said.

"This is a totally sophisticated, new design for implementing labelling solutions such as barcoding through an entire organisation."

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