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181. DYMO LabelPOINT 200 Electronic
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182. DYMO Labelwriter El60 12-Lpm For
183. Labelmanager 100+ Electroniclabelmaker
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184. DYMO LabelWriter 300 for Mac/Win
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185. DYMO LabelWriter Turbo For Macintosh
186. Dymo(R) Model 520609 Black Glossy
187. Dymo(R) Model 520602 Red Glossy
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188. DYMO LabelManager 115 Kit
189. Dymo(R) Hobbyist(TM) Labelmaker
190. PARALLEL TO SERIAL CONVERTER
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191. DYMO Pocket Electronic LabelWriter
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192. DYMO LabelWriter EL60 For Macintosh
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193. DYMO Letratag Electronic Label
194. Dymo(R) Model 513506 Blue Matte
195. DYMO 53714 Blue Print On White
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196. DYMO 15051 1000+ Tool
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197. DYMO 5500 Electronic Labelmaker
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198. DYMO LabelWriter El 40
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199. DYMO 91306 Blue Letratag Labelmaker
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200. DYMO Labelwriter El40 12-Lpm For

181. DYMO LabelPOINT 200 Electronic Label Maker
list price: $149.99
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Asin: B0000504D0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: DYMO
Sales Rank: 36077
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Dymo LabelPOINT 200 is an exceptionally versatile electronic label maker that is ideal for office, home, or workshop. Small and efficient, the LP200 fits comfortably in the palm of your hand. It features an ABC keyboard that has been designed with large keys for easy data entry. The 15-character LCD lets you edit and preview before you make your label. Print your labels on 0.25-, 0.375-, and 0.5-inch tapes. Choose to print one or two lines of text and symbols. You also have the option of printing your labels in horizontal, vertical, or mirror orientation.

The LP200 offers auto numbering and repeat printing, a built-in tax calculator, and left, center, and right justification. It measures 4.4 by 7.4 by 2.1 inches and weighs 1.76 pounds. It can run on six AA batteries or an optional AC adapter. ... Read more

Features

  • Compact, handheld design
  • ABC keyboard with large keys for easy data entry
  • Horizontal, vertical and mirror printing
  • 15-character LCD for editing and label preview
  • Auto numbering and repeat printing

182. DYMO Labelwriter El60 12-Lpm For Macintosh
list price: $299.95
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Asin: B00004Z8QH
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: DYMO
Sales Rank: 66935
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183. Labelmanager 100+ Electroniclabelmaker (grey)

Asin: B00008O3BT
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: DYMO
Sales Rank: 46311
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent little labeler
After researching home/office label makers on Amazon.com, I narrowed my selections to DYMO Labelmanager 100+ and DYMO Letratag. It was VERY useful to be able to download the manuals and compare their features and then choose those most important to my needs. I chose Labelmanager 100+ because of the keyboard (like a miniature typewriter) and the variety of typesetting options which are easily programed and rememberable. The owner's manual did not have illustrations of the options, so I made a cheat sheet, which helped familiarize me with operating it comfortably. (I highly recommend doing this.) The replacement tapes are a bit pricey, but they are twice as long as other label maker's tapes. In short, I am happily labeling everything in sight! Hmmm...the cat just walked by... ... Read more


184. DYMO LabelWriter 300 for Mac/Win Label Maker
list price: $249.95
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Asin: B00005IBSO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: DYMO
Sales Rank: 25811
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

With DYMO'S LW300 LabelWriter you can produce labels in a variety of widths and styles on laminated tape for lasting labeling of files, cabinets, and archives. Print address, file folder, video spine, and other labels up to 1-1/2 inches (40 millimeters) wide with this compact, balanced unit. Speed your work in preparing mailings with thermal print technology, printing in 300 dpi resolution as fast as four seconds per label.

The LW300 offers horizontal, vertical, and mirror printing; four-line printing; left, center, and right justification; automatic numbering; repeat printing; and tax calculation. The large keys with two-line, 15-character LCD display provide easy editing and label preview. The unit automatically captures addresses for address labels with no retyping.

With DYMO Label Software, the LW300 integrates directly with Microsoft Word, the Palm Desktop, CardScan, and TeleMagic, and works with all other software through standard print drivers. The LW300 is also networkable. The built-in memory stores the last label plus 10 additional labels. You can print in five styles with six backgrounds. The LW300 prints many electrical symbols, as well as Code 39, Code 128, Codabar, UPC A/E, EAN 8/13, EAN 128, ITF-14, and Interleaved 2 of 5 bar codes on tape widths of 1/4, 3/8, 1/2, and 3/4 inches.

The LW300 is powered by six AA batteries or an optional power adapter. ... Read more

Features

  • Thermal label printer
  • Connects to your PC or MAC
  • USB and serial port connectivity
  • 300 dpi print resolution
  • Easy to share over a network

Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars No OS X software
We currently have three Dymo Turbo 330 labelers running in our all Mac OS X office. Can't believe Dymo is dragging its feet on releasing an OS X version of their labeling software. Having to run in Classic mode is not my idea of current technology. Other than this one point, a quality product that serves us well.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Label Printer
I recently purchased the Dymo Label 300 printer to work with my new WinXP Home Edition computer. I had to wait till new drivers were released on Dymo's website to get the printer to work. The associated software is excellent giving me great functionality.

The associated software that attaches to both Word 2002 and Outlook 2002 did not work as advertised. Contact with tech support led me in the right direction and with some down home tweaking I did finally get it to work as advertised.

The labels for this printer are readily available at nationwide stores or from Amazon (...)

Need a great label printer...you can stop your search. ... Read more


185. DYMO LabelWriter Turbo For Macintosh & Windows
list price: $349.95
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Asin: B00004YJZ8
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: DYMO
Sales Rank: 34967
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Perfect for mailrooms or home offices, the Dymo Labelwriter Turbo canprocess every label you can dream up, from the tiniest file-folder stripsto large and decorative nametags. Churning out labels in just 2 secondsper strip, you'll find clear legibility even in small fonts, with nosmudging or smearing possible. Utilizing direct thermal technology, printremains clean while cost of consumables is low--there are no inkcartridges, toner, or ribbons to replace. The maximum label width is 2.3inches, and the length is available in a wide assortment of sizes. Theprinter is compatible with both Macintosh and PC systems, and directlysupports Goldmine, ACT, Outlook, and Word. Other programs may be accessedthrough standard print drivers. Connectivity is supplied through either aUSB or RS-232 serial port. Weighing barely over 1 pound, this pint-sizedprinter requires little desk space. Dymo includes a one-year limitedwarranty that covers parts and labor. ... Read more

Features

  • Hassle-free label printing without a standard laser or ink-jet printer
  • Prints labels up to 2.3 inches wide in 2 seconds
  • Direct thermal technology eliminates the need for ribbons, toner, and ink cartridges
  • Connects to USB or serial port for easy installation
  • Great for envelopes, Internet postage, file folders, packages, name badges, audio cassettes, disks, videotapes, ZIP disks

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Why buy anything else
It not only makes labels from Word and other MicroSoft programs, it makes labels as a stand-alone feature. nothing works more transparently. We own 5 at our office.

5-0 out of 5 stars A very Simple and Needed Product
The product does exactly what it says it is going to do, it simplifies making those damm labels for all your outgoing mail. My law firm finds it says time by not having to repeat address entries for our mailings. It saves money by not burning out our ink cartridges on our printer. Very easy to set up and run from your computer in minutes via the serial port, although I did have a problem setting it up with a USB cable line. ... Read more


186. Dymo(R) Model 520609 Black Glossy Finish Labeling Tape, 1/4in. x 12ft.

Asin: B00006IBPV
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Dymo
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187. Dymo(R) Model 520602 Red Glossy Finish Labeling Tape, 1/4in. x 12ft.

Asin: B000078CVL
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Dymo
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188. DYMO LabelManager 115 Kit
list price: $99.99
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Asin: B00005R1J5
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: DYMO
Sales Rank: 37339
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

DYMO's LabelManager 100 is an easy-to-use label maker that's ideal for home or office use. It's small enough to fit nicely on a desk or in two hands, but large enough that the keys are spaced far apart for comfortable typing. It supports two tape sizes, 0.375 and 0.5 inches, making it an excellent choice for labeling files, computer disks, and other office supplies. It employs a QWERTY-style keypad and scrollable eight-character LCD and makes creating labels quickly a simple task. Plus, the entire kit fits in an included hard black case for transporting, with room for backup batteries and additional tape cartridges.

Setup was quick and simple, right out of the box. The LabelManager 115 Kit comes with a 0.5-inch black-on-white tape, six AA batteries for portable use, and an AC adapter. We accessed the battery and tape compartments on the back, and the tape and ink (entirely self-contained in one cartridge) snapped easily into place.

All the keys are arranged on the face for simple access and are clearly labeled and color-coded. Special options such as outline, italic, and box are grouped. Anyone familiar with a computer keyboard will have no problem typing, and even novices should find the interface easy to get used to. A shift key provides many buttons with dual functions, as well as capitalizing letters and accessing standard punctuation characters above the numbers. A caps-lock button is useful for large labels. The backspace and clear buttons are necessary for making corrections and also because the LabelManager 100 does not reset after printing. Manual left/right scroll buttons add characters to any location in a label. Adjustable effects include six character sizes, vertical printing, box/underline, outline, and italics. You can apply multiple effects simultaneously, but every effect applies to the entire label, so single words within a sentence cannot have individual effects applied to them.

In our tests, creating labels was as quick and painless as setup. However, one drawback we experienced was in using the special symbols. A menu-system is used with approximately eight special symbols assigned to each letter A through L. This required us to sift through 12 submenus looking for the character we wanted. The absence of a back button for returning to the previous menu also aggravated this problem. Additionally, some of the lower menus have redundant symbols. However, this system does provide ample symbols, including parentheses, arrows, and accented characters.

Considering the size of the unit, the eight-character LCD should have been larger, but it did an adequate job of letting us preview our labels. The scroll buttons let us manually look back over our labels and make adjustments, and a PREVIEW button automatically scrolled the entire label across the screen for quick perusal.

Pressing the large orange PRINT button completed the labeling process, resulting in a quick response and well-defined labels. While not a speed demon, it did print immediately and at a consistent speed. All text, including the smallest fonts, came out sharp and easy to read. Outline and italic effects did not warp the text, though the LabelManager did not have the resolution to print complete outlines of the smallest fonts. A manual, push-button razor cut our centered label with a perfectly straight line.

The LabelManager 100 prints six text sizes, and you can set a label length to which the unit will print (it automatically adjusts the spacing between letters). It can also print two lines on one label to conserve space, and print up to 99 copies of the same label. (Note that the razor can't be used to separate the labels when printing copies. However, the unit does print small markers between each label for even separation with scissors.)

Overall, the LabelManager 100 is well designed, ideal for labeling files and folders at home or in the office. It's quick and easy to set up and small enough to carry in one hand or to leave on a desk without using much space. It prints smooth, easy-to-read, self-adhesive labels. Despite the symbol-selection problem and the small LCD, the excellent keypad layout and good printing options and quality make the DYMO LabelManager 100 an excellent value. --Matt Deffer

Pros

  • Incredibly easy to set up and use
  • Excellent keypad puts almost every option within easy reach
  • Good amount of text effects for stylized labels
  • Prints centered, easy-to-read labels

Cons

  • Large labels can be a pain to preview in 8-character LCD
  • Annoying symbol-select system
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Features

  • Includes batteries, AC adapter, carry case, and three D1 tapes
  • Prints on 0.375-inch and 0.5-inch Dymo D1 tapes
  • Palm-top design works as either a desktop or handheld labeler
  • 8-character LCD
  • 1- and 2-line printing, 6 print sizes

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great portable label maker!
I absolutely love mine. Works great and is portable!

2-0 out of 5 stars Overpriced for capabilities
Dymo's LetraTag series is cheaper, smaller and has similar capabilities. But for the substantial rebate, this item would be grossly overpriced.

2-0 out of 5 stars Kind of cheezy, get the Brother PT-1750 instead.
I got this because there was a rebate that made it end up costing (very little). I already had the Brother PT-1750 but at less (money) I figured if nothing else I could give it to the kids. Anyway, the unit seems well built and solid but the tape it prints on is some two part stuff kind of like a stencil. Messy, fuzzy and it doesn't look like it will wear well. ... Read more


189. Dymo(R) Hobbyist(TM) Labelmaker

Asin: B00006IBPT
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Dymo
Sales Rank: 45134
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190. PARALLEL TO SERIAL CONVERTER

Asin: B00006HV25
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Dymo
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191. DYMO Pocket Electronic LabelWriter 5231
list price: $99.00
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Asin: B00004Z7AB
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: DYMO
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

At just over 6 inches long, the pocket-sized Electronic LabelWriter 5231from Dymo is just the right size for versatile use in busy office and retailenvironments. With international language capabilities in English, French, andSpanish, it also has excellent potential for use in classrooms and on the desksof professionals at nonprofits. The automatic shutoff helps conserve batteryusage, while the variety of tape colors and 0.5-inch standard tape width ensureusability for tasks like file labels, retail bin signs, and classroom or medicaloffice item identification. The printer comes with white label tape and thenecessary batteries, so you can start using it as soon as you open the box. ... Read more

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars NOT ENOUGH INFORMATION
I like the size of the unit and I really like the idea of it being so portable. The information I feel you are missing is more detail on the lable material that is used. I would like to know if it is a "laminated" lable, or if it is just paper. I am looking to replace a brother p-touch unit that uses battery or adapter to plug into wall currant. I wish you provided more detailed information. ... Read more


192. DYMO LabelWriter EL60 For Macintosh & Windows
list price: $299.95
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Asin: B00004YJY7
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: DYMO
Sales Rank: 65919
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

The new Dymo LabelWriter printers are the most powerful and versatile label printers available for your PC or Macintosh. They make it easy to print labels for envelopes, packages, file folders, disks, videotapes, cassettes, name badges and hundreds of other items. Plus they now print postage, eliminating the need for stamps and postal meters.The LabelWriter printers come with Dymo Label Software, an easy to use labeling program that includes a built-in label designer and list manager. Choose among more than 40 predefined label templates or create custom formats using your favorite fonts, graphics and bar codes. The built-in list manager saves frequently used lists for instant recall. Standard print drivers enable you to print directly from all your favorite programs. The LabelWriter printers work as an integrated feature within Microsoft Word, Microsoft Outlook, GoldMine and ACT! The LabelWriter printers are the fastest and easiest way to print Internet postage. ... Read more

Features

  • Great for envelopes, Internet postage, file folders, packages, name badges, audio cassettes, disks, videotapes, ZIP disks
  • Hassle-free label printing without a standard laser or ink-jet printer
  • Prints 12 labels up to 2.3 inches wide per minute
  • Direct thermal technology eliminates the need for ribbons, toner, and ink cartridges
  • Connects to USB or serial port for easy installation

Reviews (5)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great convenience
If you need to print a lot of mailing labels, then look no further.The dymo EL60 is great for doing this type of stuff.The included software works seamlessly to print within a moments notice.No jammed labels, running out of ink/toner, or any of that silly stuff you would have to experience with a traditional label printing job.

The only negative is the relatively low resolution output. i.e. you can't print a digitized image because it will look pretty terrible.However, dymo has a newer model that has increased resolution to solve the problem.

4-0 out of 5 stars Dymo handy but not network-ready
A labelwriter like the Dymo is very handy to have and easy to use.One word of caution: if you want to connect your Dymo directly to a network through a device such as the HP Jetdirect, you have to purchase a separate parallel cable adaptor.This is sold by Dymo for just under $100!You can obviously make your Dymo available to other network users as a shared local printer through one of the computers, but it sure would be nice if the parallel cable would be included.

5-0 out of 5 stars Stellar
These simple label printers deserve more of a following. They're easy to set up and perform as advertised.I use mine for labeling files, CDs, printing ID tags and a dozen other uses.I only use sheets oflabels for large mailings. While these label makers are versatile and capable, there are a few drawbacks.The included software could be more capable.And because these labels are thermally printed, they can't be used for long periods where they will be exposed to heat or the sun.My wife, for instance, uses the large shipping labels to stick on her car dash near her cell phone.She prints the shortcut codes for commonly called numbers on these labels.After about two months, the labels turn brown and fade because of the effects of the sun and heat in the closed car.Even with those shortcomings, these labelmakers deserve a 5-star rating because of their all-around usefulness.One additional note.

5-0 out of 5 stars Oh, so simple!
The EL60 is so easy to set up that it's fun! Labels print out very fast and look great. The software comes with many great templates and even allows you to design your own. The integration with Word & Outlook works amazingly well and the label prices compare well with laser/ink jet sheet labels.

Changing labels takes just a few seconds and is easy to do. Quick tip: turn the printer off when you drop in a new roll. You can press the platen release and manually feed the label into place instead of allowing it to automatically feed the label for you. This will keep you from wasting a label every time you swap them!

I haven't been this impressed with a PC product in years. You have to get it - now!

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Product but One Small Complaint
This is a great product for creating labels, especially if you are doing e-stamps via Stamps.com or eStamp.com.It works with many kinds of label and I never had a problem with it.

The one small complaint I have with this product is that if youprint different kinds of label, you lose one label everytime you switch to a different roll.If you switch to different labels a lot (like me), you can waste a lot of labels. ... Read more


193. DYMO Letratag Electronic Label Maker-Green
list price: $49.95
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Asin: B00004Z6K1
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: DYMO
Sales Rank: 68965
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194. Dymo(R) Model 513506 Blue Matte Finish Labeling Tape, 3/4in. x 36ft.

Asin: B000078CPG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Dymo
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195. DYMO 53714 Blue Print On White Tape 1INX 23IN

Asin: B0002H4YKS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: DYMO
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196. DYMO 15051 1000+ Tool
list price: $29.88
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Asin: B00002QUL1
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: DYMO
Sales Rank: 41488
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Dymo 1000 Plus hand-held label maker creates professional self-adhesive labels in seconds. The Dymo 1000 Plus offers endless design options including background colors, print colors, and styles to create imaginative and eye-catching labels. Easy to carry and versatile, the Dymo 1000 Plus suits every working environment. It's perfect for everything from badges and files to keys and shop shelves--so there's no excuse for things becoming lost. ... Read more

Features

  • Large LCD screen displays the entire label design
  • Touch-of-a-button copies
  • Prints vertically and horizontally for labels to suit narrow and wide surfaces
  • Prints in 3 typestyles, 6 type sizes, underlined, or boxed
  • Tab cut system makes it easy to peel off backing strip and stick down labels

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars A great addicting gift.
I gave my husband this as a Christmas present and he started labeling everything in the house minutes later. Everyone in the family wants one now. It's easy to use and has great features, like horizontal or vertical printing, outlining, italizing, boxed printing, and even special symbols. The refill ribbon is a little pricey, but it also has 23 feet on a roll. Get two. One for you and one to share. ... Read more


197. DYMO 5500 Electronic Labelmaker
list price: $259.00
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Asin: B00004Z8E2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: DYMO
Sales Rank: 63170
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198. DYMO LabelWriter El 40
list price: $129.99
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Asin: B00002NDRK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: DYMO
Sales Rank: 46015
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The LabelWriter EL40 printer uses thermal printing to produce high-quality labels in as little as five seconds. You never have to change a ribbon or ink or toner cartridge. The printer connects easily to your computer or network, takes little desk space, and prints silently. The LabelWriter EL40 prints address, file folder, video spine, and other labels up to 1.5 inches wide as well as index tabs for hanging files.

The LabelWriter EL40 comes with Dymo Label software, an easy-to-use labeling program that includes a built-in label designer and list manager. Choose among more than 40 predefined label templates or create custom formats using your favorite fonts, graphics, and bar codes. The built-in list manager saves frequently used lists for instant recall. Standard print drivers enable you to print directly from all your favorite programs.

The LabelWriter EL40 works as an integrated feature within Microsoft Word, Microsoft Outlook, GoldMine and ACT! Just click the LabelWriter icon on the main toolbar to get instant labels from these programs.

The LabelWriter EL40 is also completely compatible with labels purchased for Dymo's XL series printers. ... Read more

Features

  • Prints address, file folder, video spine, and other labels up to 1.5 inches wide
  • Includes Dymo Label software for label design
  • Works as an integrated feature in Microsoft Word, Outlook, GoldMine, and ACT!
  • Uses thermal printing technology
  • Connects to serial port on a PC

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars I am addicted!
Do you love printing one label at a time when mailing letters or paying bills. How about printing out a message to place on the back of a letter just for fun. Well, I use my LabelWriter daily. You can buy a variety of labels...but guess what...you NEVER need to buy ink. Really!

Once I installed the software, I was so pleased to see the little Dymo icon in Microsoft Word and in my Outlook program. It is most useful in Outlook as you will already have all your addresses stored and ready to go. Simply select the item and print, it is that simple.

Now, when you are working in Microsoft Word, you can highlight the address in a letter and click print and again...you can make one label. I am addicted to this computer essential.

4-0 out of 5 stars A surprisingly useful doohicky.
When you just need a one or a few labels at a time, running a sheet of Avery labels through a laserprinter becomes a real pain. This is a surprisingly useful doohicky. What's really neat is that someone has written a UNIX driver for it. ... Read more


199. DYMO 91306 Blue Letratag Labelmaker
by DYMO
list price: $28.99
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Asin: B00002NDRH
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: DYMO
Sales Rank: 25515
Average Customer Review: 4.32 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Remember how much fun it was to play with those old hand-crank Dymo labelers? Well, the fancy new Letratag is even cooler. About the size of a walkie-talkie, this labeler is lightweight, easy to use, and has a bunch of label-tape options.

Printing a simple label takes just a few seconds, while fiddling with symbols and type styles will take you a bit longer. The instruction sheet lays it out clearly, and you'll be adding shaded boxes, condensed print, and happy faces to your labels with no trouble. Possibilities for decoration include seven different borders, four text sizes, international characters, and simple graphics such as stars and musical notes.

The built-in label cutter slices through plastic labels with no problem, and the blade is well protected from little fingers, making it safe for children to use. Labels are extremely durable, much more so than the thick plastic of yesteryear, and the metallic tape is actually weather proof. One downside is that there's no adapter; the Letratag only operates on batteries. However, the labeler automatically shuts off after two minutes of non-use--a battery-saving plus.

For office or retail use, it's a little disappointing that the label tape comes in only one width--0.5 inches can be a bit too small for some purposes. Also, while the letter size is great for labeling file folders, envelopes, or desktop containers, you'll need to use the "big caps" mode to be able to read labels on larger storage boxes or shelving units. This is a great machine for labeling outdoor equipment and an ideal gift for summer campers or college freshmen. --Jill Lightner

Pros:

  • Small and lightweight
  • Built-in cutter slices easily and safely
  • Many different label tapes to choose from

Cons:

  • Only runs on batteries--no adapter
  • Small text screen
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Features

  • Perfect for hand-held or desktop use inside or outside the home
  • Lightweight and palm-sized to suit adults and children
  • Wide range of symbols and editing features
  • LCD display for easy editing and preview
  • Paper, plastic, or metallic self-adhesive labels in 7 colors (Not included)

Reviews (19)

5-0 out of 5 stars A super-handy, high-quality gadget
I cannot say enough about this product. Recently I went to Staples and tried out the competing but much more expensive Brother P-Touch series, and I like the Letratag way better! The Letratag's tapes are cheaper, seem more durable, the print looks great, and I think the build quality and tape cartridge design of the Letratag is better than the $50 and $70 P-Touch's.

The Brother P-Touch has a slightly more convenient typewriter-like keyboard layout, and has an AC adaptor accessory to plug it into the wall, so if you're going to use a labelmaker all day, it's a better choice. But for home and home office use, the Letratag turns scribbles on Post-it notes and file folders into professional-looking and durable labels.

I got the white plastic, white paper, yellow plastic, and silver metallic lables (all with black printing), and they are all proving useful. My particular Letratag came with a yellow "smiley face" cartridge (don't know if that's still offered), which is good for writing little romantic labels for your sweetheart and for "fun-looking" labels for kids.

I calculate the average cost of a 2" label at about $0.07, not counting replacing the batteries (6 AA, not included; I don't know how long they last yet).

4-0 out of 5 stars Fun with labels
Four and a half stars, really. The Dymo LetraTag is fun and easy to use! It does a few different fonts, vertical strips, two-line labels, and symbols. You'll actually want to go through and organize your filing cabinet. The only thing I don't like is the cheapo paper label tape -- OK for sticking to paper items (like file folders) but it doesn't work well on plastic (like VHS cassettes.) Splurge and get the more expensive plastic tape if you want a little more versatility.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Product
This is labeling the way it should be. Nice price on a quality product. Not like the old labelmakers that made impressions on plastic tape, this product can print on a variety of tape (available separately) - paper, plastic or metalic. The keyboard is a little clumsy, but for under [money] I can live with it. I use it for all kinds of labels.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great teacher tool!
I am a music teacher who has thousands of resources. Some of these resources are lent to students and colleagues. The Dymo LetraTag is a great way of labeling my stuff to make sure that it gets returned to me!! The labels that this machine uses adhere better than the labels from my Casio labeler or my wife's Brother labeler. The batteries last much longer with this machine as well. An investment that is well worth the price.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good multi-purpose label machine
I use my machine to label shelves, leftovers, boxes and anything I lend/leave out that I want returned. I've only used the plastic labels and they stick wonderfully. If you buy one, be sure to order some plain plastic labels - my unit came with one roll of happy face background tape, which is very distracting for everyday use. I only wish there were an easier way to select the special characters - I have to keep the instructions handy to locate the special codes to print symbols. ... Read more


200. DYMO Labelwriter El40 12-Lpm For Macintosh
list price: $132.50
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Asin: B00004Z8EO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: DYMO
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