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“We engineered Toro to be network independent because many of our customers needed it,” said Steve Stephenson, chief marketing officer. “Many government agencies and industrial IT departments have strict security rules regarding the connection of peripheral equipment like label printers to their networks. Toro has its own customized software so it doesn’t need a network.”
Network independence, along with a rugged, lightweight design and optional battery power, allows the unit to print labels and signs at several locations within the same facility or at remote sites. The battery reportedly provides the power to print continuous labels for three hours without a charge.
For more information, visit www.DuraLabelToro.com.