Printronix Expands Advantages of Line Matrix Printing over Laser Technology
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Printronix achieves the broadest flexibility, greatest compatibility and lowest ownership cost of any line matrix printer with introduction of P8000 Cartridge series
IRVINE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Printronix Inc., a worldwide leader in business-critical printing solutions, today gave IT buyers worldwide yet another reason to select line matrix printing technology by introducing the P8000 Cartridge Printer series. With new flexible designs, adaptable functionality and manageable savings, the P8000 series proves again that line matrix is the most competitive technology for industrial environments. Line matrix is designed for users in manufacturing, distribution and logistics, government, banking and automotive who need to print invoices, shipment and transportation documentation, bank statements and product compliance labels. Users can expect maximum uptime, low total cost of ownership, a small footprint and reduced noise from the P8000.
“Our new P8000 Cartridge Printer series reflects the diverse global usage of line matrix technology today,” said Mark Edwards, senior vice president, global sales and marketing, Printronix. “IT leaders will value this new series, whether they are replacing installed legacy printers or embracing line matrix technology to reduce printing cost. Line matrix is still a mainstay solution, recognized as a flexible technology with improved user experience, local language functionality and operational efficiencies.”
Line Matrix Technology Trumps Laser in Industrial Printing
Line matrix cartridge printers offer significant benefits over laser printers, realized through energy savings, cost per page, reliability in industrial environments and media flexibility spanning multipart forms, oversize media, peel-off labels and card stock. Every aspect of the line matrix printer is designed to deliver higher reliability, 24/7 productivity, faster throughput and greater resistance to rough handling and hazardous environmental conditions. In addition to energy savings and substantially lower consumables cost, line matrix printers also have a much longer life cycle than laser printers.
“When you factor all these elements together, line matrix printers provide a substantially lower total cost of ownership over the life of the product,” Edwards said. “That’s why industry leading companies such as Aramark, BMW, General Motors and Nestle have replaced their laser printers with Printronix’s line matrix technology and continue to reap the benefits.”