Epson introduces LabelWorks

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With the introduction of LabelWorks models LW-300 and LW-400, Epson America Inc. entered the U.S. portable label market. The two models are designed to help with home and office organization.

The LW-300 and LW-400 deliver professional looking labels with 14 font types, 75 frames and more than 300 symbols, according to the company. More than 40 tape cartridges in both traditional colors and specialized media are also available. Providing smaller lead margins for up to 60 percent less margin waste, the label makers produce perfectly-sized labels for files, storage bins, household items, clothing, etc.

The LW-300 Label Printer prints up to .5-inch (12mm) wide tapes and has a built-in memory for storing up to 30 files. The label maker prints up to two lines of text, supports seven languages as well as specialty labels, such as iron-on, glow-in-the-dark, strong adhesive and decorative tapes.

The LW-400 Label Printer features a backlit display and comes with built-in memory that stores up to 50 files and is versatile for printing labels for barcodes, A/V and computer wiring, as well as labels for household organizing. Other features: fits up to four lines of text on up to up to .7-inches (18mm) wide tape; offers specialty print modes such as flag, tab and wrap style labels; easily prints barcodes for products and merchandise; and, supports seven languages.

Epson LabelWorks LW-300 is priced at $39.99 and LabelWorks LW-400 is priced at $49.99 and are available exclusively from and 



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