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PT-P700 Professional Office Label Printer

Compact and stylish for the modern office

£95.99 Inc. VAT £79.99 Ex. VAT
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With the PT-P700, clear, professional-looking labelling on files, archives, cupboards, shelves, data backup discs and more couldn’t be simpler. Just plug direct into your PC or Mac via USB, and create designs using your existing fonts, images, graphics and frames.

Key Features

  • Compact, elegant and easy to use
  • No software or printer driver installation needed. Simply connect, design, then print
  • Print up to 30mm/sec
  • Built-in automatic cutter
  • 3 power options - AC adaptor, AA alkaline battery or NiMH battery
  • Built in P-touch Editor software for use on Windows and Mac

Overview

Fast and functional

With the PT-P700, clear, professional-looking labelling on files, archives, cupboards, shelves, data backup discs and more couldn’t be simpler. Just plug direct into your PC or Mac via USB, and create designs using your existing fonts, images, graphics and frames. Features barcode printing and a wide range of downloadable templates available from the cloud, while labels are available in different colours and up to 24mm width.

And with up to 30mm per second print speed, the PT-P700 won’t keep you waiting.

Specification

Features and Specifications

AC adaptor Yes
Machine type PC connectable
Maximum tape width (mm) 24
Usage type Office
Alkaline batteries AA (LR6/HR6)
Cutter type Full, Auto
Housing colour White and black
Languages English, French, German, Dutch, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Danish, Norwegian, Swedish, Finnish, Czech, Hungarian, Polish
Technology Thermal transfer
Type TZe tape
Battery type AA (LR6/HR6)
USB interface USB 2.0 (Mini-B type connector)
Dimensions 78 x 143 x 152mm
Weight 0.71 kg
Energy Star environmental accreditation Yes
AC adaptor Yes
AC adaptor power cord Yes
Tape cassettes 24mm black on white 4m
USB cable Yes
Quick setup guide Yes
Windows Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows Vista
Fonts All installed true type fonts
Vertical printing Yes
Mirror printing Yes
Image format support DIB, GIF, ICO, JPG, TIFF, WMF
Screen capture Yes
Typestyles Bold, Invert, Italic, Normal, Shadow, Shadow light, Surround
Copies 1 - 5000
Database file compatability csv, Microsoft Access, Microsoft Excel
Frames 153
Label length settings 25mm - 1000mm
Label templates 88
Copies 1 - 200
Frames 10
Label length settings 25mm - 300mm
Tape cassettes TZe
Tape widths 3.5, 6, 9, 12, 18, 24mm
Barcode scanner compatability (P-touch Editor 5.1 only) - CODE 39, ITF 2/5, EAN13, EAN8, UPC-A, UPC-E, CODABAR, GS1-128 (UCC/EAN128), GS1 DATABAR (RSS), GS1 COMPOSITE, ISBN-2, ISBN-5, POSTNET, LASER BARCODE, GS1 DATABAR, PDF417, QR CODE, MICRO QR CODE, DATA MATRIX, MAXICODE, AZTECCODE
Warranty 3 year back to base warranty (upon registration)

Ratings and Reviews

Customer reviews

PTP700 4 5 3 3
Dated software but does the job As another review has mentioned the software for Mac is dated and not particularly easy to use. Also the snap function (copy and paste from external source) isn't working for El Capitan. However I found it available cheaply online with a money back offer from Brother which made it very good value. Didn't realise till after I had bought it that I couldn't use my older Tz tapes from handheld printer. Need to use Tze tapes instead. Couldn't find anything remotely similar elsewhere ... 28 January 2016
A good printer for fully flexible labels This is a good printer if you want to fully customise your labels with logos, layout and graphics. It's also excellent for printing lots of labels with mail merge. The software for Mac is a bit clunky, for example if you insert an image it sets it to 0x0 and doesn't maintain the aspect ratio by default. It's generally not as polished as something like Pages but it's serviceable. (Think MS Word 2003). In principle you can print to it from any software as it's just a printer but when I had a quick go I couldn't get the paper size right. The range of tapes is good and unlike the main competitor you don't have to have an 'industrial' machine for the more industrial tapes. The printing is clear but a little bit low res, I think it probably has roughly the same number of pixels across as my handheld printer but they're spread over 24mm rather than 9mm making graphics and small text look a bit blocky. You do lose quite a bit bit of tape (about 10mm is cut off and discarded) each time you print an individual label which is a bit of a waste but if you mail merge it doesn't do that for each one so printing 20 or 30 labels at a time it's not a big problem. I bought this on a cashback which made it exceptional value for money for a USB printer that will print industrial tapes. I just wish the DPI was a bit higher. 28 August 2015
Great, but what do I do with my old tapes? All told, a fine little machine. Just what I wanted. Easily operated from my PC, with a small footprint on the desk. But what do I do with my old supply of tapes? I have a much-loved and long-lived hand-held P-Touch, and I find that none of the tapes I already have will work in the new machine. It would seem that, whilst current tapes will work in my old machine, my new machine takes only much more recent tapes. And, yes, my old tapes are Brother OEM tapes! Seems I can't throw away my old machine just yet! 10 March 2015
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