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Zebra Technologies P4T and RP4T RFID Portable Printer

This is a Zebra Technologies P4T Mobile Video Review.  This printer is one of the only permanent label printer that can print synthectic labels with a ribbon for long term use.  It can be used in a Direct Termal(without ribbon) or Thermal Transfer setting.  The unit has a USB port and can come with BlueTooth, 802.11B, and IRDA options. 


The P4T works well with most of the Mobile Handheld Computers on the market with BlueTooth.  It works even better with a laptop and usb cable, since it can use the windows drivers. 


A little bit of a how to is done here to with Donnie explaining how to load paper and ribbon into the printer.  A brief description of the printer features and serveral close ups in HD are done.  The RP4T is the portable mobile rfid solution.  This printer is available at in the http://www.aonebar.com/zebra-mobile-printers/  area.  To go to the P4T printer follow this link to http://www.aonebar.com/zebra-p4t/ or to the RFID version RP4T http://www.aonebar.com/zebra-p4t/.


Thanks for watching and be sure to visit us at A1 Barcode System at http://www.aonebar.com or give us a call at 800.708.2042 or email at sales@a1bar.com .  We also have a GSA Schedule for our government customers, and can provide support and integration

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Date: 11th Jan 10

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By: Shacks

1 month ago

Great Permanent label printer that can also do RFID!

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