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By Rich Handley

SATO America Releases Mobile Thermal Printer

SATO America, a provider of automatic-identification solutions, has announced an addition to its mobile thermal printer line: the PV3 mobile 3-inch thermal printer. The printer is designed for durability and ruggedness, the company reports, and is intended for companies that require large roll capacity, a long battery life, versatile connectivity and built-in dispenser functionality.

The PV3 is built with durable polycarbonate and rubber overmolding. It can withstand drop impacts of up to 6.9 feet, according to the company, and weighs 1.5 pounds. The device is built for use in the warehousing, healthcare, food-safety and law-enforcement sectors, with data processing and printing speeds of up to 5 inches per second, as well as connectivity across multiple networks.

The printer is water-resistant and dust-proof, the company reports, making it suitable for warehouses and retail locations. "We believe that the PV3 is the printing solution that users have been searching for," said Goro Yumiba, SATO's chairperson and CEO, in a prepared statement. "Our newest economical compact 3-inch mobile printer provides quick and easy drop-in media loading, comes standard with a built-in dispenser and multiple connectivity options including Bluetooth, Wireless LAN and USB with Android and iOS compatibility, to provide seamless integration across all applications."

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