DYMO LabelWriter Wireless Printer, Black (2002150) LWW Machine
Model Number: 2002150
DYMO LabelWriter Wireless Printer, Black (2002150) LWW Machine is backordered and will ship as soon as it is back in stock.
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Bring cable-free convenience to labelling with the DYMO LabelWriter Wireless Label Printer. Print labels directly from Macs, PCs, smartphones and tablets using the built-in Wi-Fi or add the DYMO LabelWriter Wireless to a network for easy sharing with others. This dedicated wireless label printer with direct thermal print technology helps prevent unnecessary sheet label waste by printing the precise number of labels and eliminates the need for costly desktop printer ink or toner. No matter the device used to connect, free DYMO software/the DYMO Connect mobile app allows for quick design and printing of labels. Share efficient cable-free labelling with everyone using the DYMO Label Writer Wireless.
|Newell Rubbermaid Office
|Item model number
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer
|Number of Items
|Manufacturer Part Number
|7.25"D x 10"W x 7"H
|AC Adapter, Printer
|Memory Storage Capacity
|Max Input Sheet Capacity
|4 x 6 Inches
|Additional Printer functions
|3.7 3.7 out of 5 stars 651 ratings 3.7 out of 5 stars
|Best Sellers Rank
|#60,670 in Office Products (See Top 100 in Office Products) #79 in Label Makers
|Date First Available
|September 1, 2017
|Max Printspeed Monochrome
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J'ai plusieurs (pour les employers qui travaillent pour moi) DYMO avec fils (ancienne version) qui fonctionne PARFAITEMENT et plusieurs de cette version qui ont un défaut, elles font un espèce de BRUIT bizarre très FORT et surprenant jus avant l'impression (1/5 étiquettes) elle n'imprime pas. Je suis tres déçu surtout pour le prix.
A little slow to wake from sleep.
I had some trouble putting the printer online with other computers. However, there is a YouTube video that shows you has to do it which was a quarter of the time from reading the instructions. So far so good.
I've been using PC-connected Dymo printers for years and the original Dymo Label Software, while not great, is manageable. But the software NOW offered from Dymo is Dymo Connect. Ugh. There is nothing intuitive about this user interface, and if you have been using the "legacy" Dymo Label Software, then you're probably going to be disappointed. The biggest problem: no address book. While there IS some sort of Outlook data import (or access, not sure which), what I wanted was to use my old Dymo address book. After exporting that address book to a CSV file, and then (apparently) successfully importing it into Dymo Connect, those addresses are nowhere to be found. On the upside, there are many more printer layout options in Dymo Connect. That might be more important to you. In my experience, both software packages live side-by-side, so you can have the best of both worlds. So, at least for now, find Dymo Label version 8.7.xxx and you will be able to use the Dymo 450 AND wireless label printers. Both software packages will work so you can pick the one you like. Neither is going win any awards for great software design and usability, but the printers themselves might be enough to make the software tolerable. That's been my experience.
It’s really worth to buy for printing labels very quickly. Nice printing quality.