This label printer is a workhorse. It prints labels all day long without ever running out of ink because the thermal labels don't need any ink. No ink is a money saver in itself. The Linux support is another great money saver, since my operating system and all upgrades are free as well as most of my productivity software which cost me nothing except time which I was already spending to start up my new WebSALE.TV business. The labels are a huge money saver too! The printer supports the tape roll type of labels which let me vary the height of the label where the auto-cutter will cut off each label.
Around $80. Very affordable and worth the investment for the reduced consumables cost alone!
Supported in Linux and Windows. Read this article for instructions to install the Brother QL-570 in Linux.
Max Width is 2.4". If printing with the roll tape labels the max width in landscape mode, the width is only limited by your printer driver settings or the 100' roll length.
Very inexpensive. Barcode lables as cheap as 0.4 cents per label!
On-board power supply with detachable cord for 120 Volt A/C wall outlet.
Single multi-color status indicator LED.
USB Type B port. Includes a USB A to USB B cable.
Medium print speed when auto-cutter is engaged. Faster if use die-cut label rolls.
Yes. Very convenient feature eliminates tearing seperation of the labels by serated blade or manually by scissors.
No. Option is usually found in the abscense of an auto-cutter and is included on pricier models.