The MZ 220 Packs the Power of Zebra Printing in the Palm of the Hand; Reliable Mobile Product is Sleek, Easy-to-Use Solution for Customer-Facing Applications
Vernon Hills, Ill., January 15, 2007—Zebra Technologies Corporation (NASDAQ: ZBRA), a global leader in on-demand printing solutions for business improvement, today announced the introduction of the miniature MZ 220 mobile receipt printer (buy here from Legacy Technology Services), designed for applications such as retail line busting, delivery and field service operations, hospitality and tableside receipt printing and public transportation ticketing. This small and sleek mobile printer fits comfortably in the palm of the hand, weighs less than a pound and offers a wide range of connectivity from Infrared Data Association (IrDA)® and USB 2.0 connectivity to optional Bluetooth® and 802.11b/g.
“The MZ 220 is the perfect printer for quick and convenient printing from mobile workers’ personal digital assistants (PDAs), handheld devices and smart phones. A great addition to the Zebra mobile printer family, it’s a smart solution for simple, low-volume receipt printing,” said Bob Danahy, director of global mobile and wireless technology for Zebra. “Designed with our customers in mind, this economical, lightweight mobile printer is attractive, easy to use and backed by the same reliability and quality that the Zebra brand is known for worldwide.”
The MZ 220 joins Zebra’s popular mobile printing family that includes the RW series of rugged receipt printers, the QL Plus series of advanced mobile label printers and the Cameo series of payment processing receipt printers. The MZ 220 is available now in North America, Asia- Pacific and Latin America. It will be available in Europe beginning Feb. 5, 2007. A three-inch-wide version of the printer, the MZ 320 (buy here from Legacy), will be available later this month.