The Brother™ PT-2730 Desktop Labeler Is Ideal for Busy ProfessionalsThe Brother™ PT-2730 PC-connectable desktop labeling system was designed for busy office professionals. This feature packed desktop labeler can be used "stand-alone" for desktop labeling, or connected to a PC or Mac for added functionality. The included AC adapter ensures that your labeling can be done at a moment's notice.Create durable, laminated labels for indoor or outdoor use in a variety of colors and sizes – up to 24mm wide – using one of 8 fonts, 17 framing options, 10 type styles or an array of symbols. This advanced PC-connectable desktop labeling system features a sleek, modern design with automatic tape cutter and a large, graphical display with vivid backlight for easy viewing. Print up to 7 lines of text on each label - even preview labels before printing. Store up to 99 labels to memory, or automatically print labels displaying the Time & Date. Quickly access over 50 pre-formatted Label Collection designs for Files, Office Signage, and Shipping Labels with the touch of a button - or use the convenient, Text Reminder feature to recall frequently printed words. Even use the new Download Feature to access additional Label Collection layouts.The Brother™ PT-2730 desktop labeler includes 0.94" (24mm) laminated "TZ" starter tape, AC adapter, USB Cable, software and User's Manual. Operates on 8 "AA" batteries (sold separately).
0.94" (24 mm) x 13.1' (4m) Black on White laminated "TZ" starter tape; AC adapter, USB cable, P-touch Editor 5.0 for Windows®, P-touch Address Book 1.1 for Windows®, P-touch Editor 5.0 for Mac®, P-touch Update Software (Windows® & Mac®), User's Manual
Tape widths listed in inches are approximate. Actual tape widths are listed in millimeters (mm).
‡ Claims that adhesive is "acid-free", "photo safe" and/or "safe for use" are based upon (i) Satisfactory test results obtained from Photographic Activity Tests per ISO 14523 and non-acidic pH Tests per TAPPI 509; (ii) Certifications from material manufacturers; and (iii) Atomic scans of adhesive following removal of backing paper. Data from independent tests performed at the Image Permanence Institute at Rochester Institute of Technology.