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SATO launches CW408 compact ticket & label printer
02
Sep '13
SATO, a leader in barcode printing, labeling and EPC/RFID solutions, announced the launch of the next-generation compact CW408 printer that has been designed to fulfill ticketing and labeling needs especially for industries such as Amusement, Travel and Leisure, Events, Retail, Hospitality and Government.

“With the growing presence of world-class theme parks and attractions in Asia and the rising trend of self-service kiosks across many industries, the compact and high-performance CW408 printer is a must-have solution for these industries and any business that is looking to improve their operational efficiency and maximize their business growth.” said Lim Yee, Managing Director, SATO International Asia Pacific.

The SATO CW408 printer is packed with smart features such as Automatic Paper Feed that prevents label wastage and it is one of the first 4-inch label printers in the market that boasts of an energy-saving organic electroluminescent (EL) display that allows the screen to be easily read even in the dark!

The printer takes up approximately 30% less space compared to conventional compact 4-inch printers making it ideal for integrated applications and usage at narrow spaces such as temporary reception areas, exhibition areas and within kiosks.

About SATO

SATO is a pioneer and leading global provider of integrated Automatic Identification and Data Collection solutions that leverage barcode and RFID technologies. SATO manufactures innovative, reliable auto-identification systems and offers complete solutions to businesses by integrating hardware, software, media supplies and maintenance services.

SATO’s solutions enable businesses to realize precision, labor and resource savings that help preserve the environment and deliver peace of mind to consumers. All of which contribute to the development of a sustainable world.

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