LabelWriter 450 Turbo with thermal print technology produces up to 71 labels per minute with your choice of more than 60 label styles and sizes. Label printer generates crystal-clear text, graphics and bar codes with 600 x 300 dpi graphics mode. Print labels directly from Microsoft Word, WordPerfect, Outlook, QuickBooks, ACT! and others without retyping. Included Dymo Label Software Version 8 lets you create and print address, shipping, file, folder and bar code labels, plus name badges and more with your PC or Mac. Use the included DYMO Stamps software to print precise USPS-approved postage directly from your desktop. Verify US addresses and complete zip codes with included Address Fixer software. Built-in address book easily prints labels from your Outlook Contacts or Mac Address Book - simply search and filter your contacts to print exactly the labels you want. USB connected label printer includes cords, cable, instructions and starter labels.
Product Title: Dymo LabelWriter 450 Turbo Direct Thermal Printer - Monochrome - Label Print
Power Score: 4.0 | 9 Reviews
Warranty Information: 2 Year Limited Warranty
URL: Manufacturer Link
Product Type: Direct Thermal Printer
Interface Connection: USB Yes
System Type: PC, Mac
Product Reviews (9)
need to upgrade software for Mac compatibility- a bit of a hassle but worth it. Very fast, convenient way of addressing envelopes, labeling folders, etc.
By drasb on Adorama - Apr 30, 2013
Great for folders and addresses. Print is clear easy-to-read; good choice of fonts and font sizes
By Organizer on Adorama - Apr 9, 2013
Good label printer
Dymo makes very good label printers. I have been using them in an office setting for 12+ years and the quality of these printers is getting better with each new model.
By Frank L on Adorama - Mar 7, 2013
Good Value for Printing Name Tags
Print of name tags for church children programs
By Fred on Adorama - Aug 27, 2012
Bought this one to replace an old LabelWriter that failed after several years of use. The 450Turbo is fast, and great at printing address and other text and/or barcode based labels. Graphics come out so-so. Also won't print closer than about 3/16" on lead
By bruceman on Adorama - May 15, 2012