"The enhancements we've made to the new printer make this an outstanding value -- our customers are essentially getting a more powerful product with the I-4208 ," stated Bill Nix, senior vice president, sales and marketing at Datamax. "Additionally, when compared along side competitive printers in the same class, the I-4208 excels in every aspect of value, performance and speed."
Available in direct thermal and thermal transfer configurations, the DMX-I-4208 is capable of producing a 203-dpi, four-inch wide image at 8 inches per second and supports all popular linear and two-dimensional bar code symbologies. The system features a 32-bit Motorola Coldfire processor and revamped firmware, eight MB of addressable RAM, and an IEEE 1284-compliant parallel interface that supports both bi-directional parallel and Ethernet connections.
As with the previous I-Class products, the I-4208 is constructed of precision die-cast aluminum, and incorporates a modular design that greatly simplifies operation, maintenance, and upgrades. To simplify the addition or removal of components, uniform screws are used throughout the printer. Additionally, the DMX-I-4208 incorporates a variety of user-friendly features including color-coded operator prompts, a wide-access printhead for easy media loading and printhead cleaning, and a front-panel multi-language LCD that simplifies printer set-up and configuration.
A new class of price-performance
The I-4208 is designed for a wide variety of industrial applications, including asset tracking, documentation management, inventory control, order entry, product identification, shipping and receiving, and point-of-sale.