Designed to withstand bumps, drops and the most extreme environments, intuitive user display and the latest Link-OS environment, are some of the aspects that describe the new series of portable printers from Zebra Technologies, the ZQ500, formed by the models ZQ510 and ZQ520, 3 and 4 inches, respectively.
Spokespersons of the company have highlighted that these new devices available in North America and soon in the rest of the world – allow printing on demand and combine military design with simple features that offer solutions to various sectors, such as transport, logistics and manufacturing , as well as government markets.
The ZQ500 Series is lightweight and can be used for multiple uses that require a portable printer such as electronic appointment, parking, invoices in sales and service areas, transport tickets, vehicle rental receipts and delivery vouchers, have illustrated the informants
Delving into its specifications, it has also been known that these printers are easy to configure, have a simple design and have an intuitive screen without mens and with only three large buttons, thus increasing their accuracy even with gloves. In addition, they have a rugged design – military style – to increase their durability and reliability in the most demanding environments.
At this last point, the sources have emphasized that the Zebra Technologies ZQ500 Series offers the user various plus, such as, IP54 rating (or IP65 with optional sturdy coating) for protection against dust and liquids; MIL-STD 810g military qualification that makes it resistant to shocks, vibrations and extreme temperatures; low temperature compensation that automatically optimizes and balances print speed and quality; and protection for documents when the printer falls to the floor.
About connectivity, it has been known that the ZQ500 Series has Bluetooth Smart Ready 4.0 (low consumption) and the Print Touch device, compatible with the main smartphones and tablets and that allows devices to be joined. These printers are also the first from Zebra that support an additional Bluetooth channel for simultaneous operations that allows developers to create new solutions for device management and help increase worker productivity, those of the company said.
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