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Print clear labels quickly and conveniently with this Brother mobile label maker. Print labels on four widths of laminated TZe tape with this versatile label maker. The 14 fonts, 10 font styles, and over 600 symbols and bar codes make it easy to customize labels as needed, and the memory stores up to 50 designs. This Brother label maker uses batteries or an AC adapter, so you can take it with you and ensure it always has power. Label maker for quick organization of items and documents. Maximum print speed up to 0.79 ips for enhanced productivity. Offers printing with 180 dpi maximum resolution. Thermal transfer printing technology eliminates the need for ink. Uses TZe tape up to 0.7 wide. 15-character x 3-line graphical LCD display without backlight. Choose from 14 fonts and 10 font styles for user convenience. Dimensions: 2.8H x 7.4W x 7D. Works with six AA batteries. 0.47 (12mm) TZe starter tape included. 2-year manufacturer limited warranty. test Compact and capable, the PT-D400 from Brother makes it simple to label your boxes, files, containers, shelves, and much more. The QWERTY-style keyboard paired with a clear display screen show you exactly what the label will read before you print. With one-touch key formatting and a 50-file memory, you can save time while changing the template or reprinting a previous label. Large, Intuitive KeyboardThe Brother PT-D400 features a large keyboard with intuitive one-touch keys that make it simple to set the label formatting. With a crisp display that shows you exactly what you type, creating detailed labels with up to five lines of text and graphics is an easy task. Plentiful Templates and FontsEnjoy an array of template and text options with hundreds of built-in fonts, symbols, barcodes and frames to choose from. The label maker also has built-in templates that you can pull up to quickly create a label. The 50-file memory lets you store labels for efficient reprinting later on.