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PrintekMobile Launches New 8-Inch Mobile Thermal Printer

May 12, 2015  | 

PrintekMobile has announced the launch of its new Interceptor 800 mobile thermal printer. The I800 is designed to provide smartphone, tablet, and handheld users the ability to print full-page tickets or other printing needs right from their device. This printer is packed with advanced features to help your mobile officers become more productive.

The Interceptor 800 is a completely self-contained unit. Its advanced design makes for a low-profile, highly reliable full-page mobile printer perfect for a wide variety of applications. It is an ideal printing solution for EMS, police, fire, public utilities, and more. Like other PrintekMobile printers, the I800 is available in Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and cabled versions. A wide variety of mounting options from the major in-car mounting companies are also available to help with ease of installation. This compact mobile printer features an easy-to-read control face, dual tear bars, and simple drop-in paper loading. The I800 is compatible with Windows, Windows Mobile, Apple iOS, and Android operating systems for easy integration.

"We are excited to add an 8-inch mobile thermal printer to our line-up that provides unique solutions to a variety of markets and applications," states Julie Payovich, President of Printek, LLC. "The Interceptor 800 is one of many new mobile thermal printers that we have scheduled to launch this year."

In a market that to-date, has not seen many 8-inch, full-page mobile thermal printers, the Interceptor 800 is sure to be a standout. To download a brochure on the I800 printer, visit www.printek.com.

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Gary Ballance @ 6/1/2015 10:26 AM

Is any law enforcement agency using this printer in the patrol car yet?

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