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Toshiba Tec business partner to provide wireless printing solution

6 August, 2009  

It has been announced that TOSHIBA TEC, a Honeywell strategic business partner, now offers Honeywell’s full line of scanning and mobility products for mobile applications. This includes a leading-edge wireless solution with rugged TOSHIBA TEC portable printers across Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA).

TOSHIBA TEC and Honeywell have developed a rugged and reliable solution based on the Honeywell Dolphin® mobile computer range and TOSHIBA TEC B-EP2DL and B-EP4DL portable thermal printer series suitable for value added services such as parcel delivery, retail, healthcare, hospitality and warehousing operations. 

“Honeywell’s product portfolio is one of the broadest in the Automatic Identification and Data Collection (AIDC) industry, and our mobile devices are known for their ergonomics, ruggedness and long battery life,” said Peter Howes, EMEA sales leader at Honeywell scanning & mobility. “Together with TOSHIBA TEC’s value added services and their smart and rugged portable printers, we provide our customers with a solution that will increase efficiency, reduce costs and result in an impressive return on investment.”

The heavy-duty printers have been certified to operate seamlessly with Honeywell mobile computers, and due to the fast communication protocol, they allow for extremely efficient data transfer. This affordable solution is ideal for connecting Honeywell mobile computers and TOSHIBA TEC printers—via an infra-red, Bluetooth or WiFi connection anytime, anywhere.

Angel de Juan, European director at TOSHIBA TEC auto ID division, said: “Honeywell Dolphin mobile computers together with our portable printers provide our customers with a hassle-free solution for labeling on the shop floor, printing prescriptions or sample labels on hospital wards, issuing tickets at events, or bar codes in the warehouse.”