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Star launches SM-L300 Bluetooth mobile receipt and label printer

Star Micronics is pleased to announce the launch of its unique SM-L300 mobile printer. Building on its established range of mobile printers, Star’s latest model encompasses a range of superior features for POS and logistics applications resulting in a mobile printer that is unrivalled today. Exceeding the standard 13 hour battery life to offer an exceptional 41 hour battery life, this printer clearly stands out from its peers.   

An ability to print traditional and liner-free re-stick labels from 40-80mm wide illustrates the true flexibility of this printer, allowing users to print a range of receipts and labels at any location whether at the table, the checkout or on the move.

The easy-to-use SM-L300 with OLED display features Bluetooth 4.0 (BLE) as well as classic Bluetooth connectivity, providing the facility to connect with Android and Windows devices as well as multiple Apple iOS devices. With reflective (black mark), transmissive and paper end sensors as well as an 80mm (3 inch) print width, the SM-L300 is ideal for printing in-store, in-field receipts and visit reports.

Designed to operate from either a person’s belt or using the in-vehicle mount option, the versatile printer sits comfortably in the 5V counter top cradle charger and can even be charged using a micro USB cable.

Star is renowned for providing excellent software support and easy integration. This is evident by the number of developer tools included with the SM-L300 – Star’s WebPRNT™ Browser for direct web printing along with Star’s PassPRNT™ print data relaying application.

“The new SM-L300 from Star is without doubt the most well-connected mobile printer available today,” says Annette Tarlton, Marketing Director, Star Micronics EMEA. “With its exceptional 41 hour battery life and ability to print receipts and traditional or re-stick labels of varying widths at any location, the SM-L300 provides ultimate versatility for a range of POS and logistics applications.”