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Meet the EPSON LabelWorks LW-400, a powerful new label maker that turns organizing into an art. Featuring a backlit display, it helps you make labels anywhere, anytime. Choose from a huge range of symbols, frames, fonts, barcodes and tapes in a variety of styles, sizes and colors. The LW-400 is both easy to use and efficient (dramatically smaller margins mean up to 60% less label waste). The LW-400 is an office powerhouse. With amazing versatility and a large, built-in memory, it stores up to 50 files, so you can save those commonly used labels. Use it for barcodes, A/V and computer wiring and just about anything else. Or, use it around the house. In any case, the LW-400 will transform how you organize and give you a new outlet for your imagination.
"The Epson LabelWorks LW-400 is truly a very useful little gadget with tons of features and options that would be great for home or office use." ~TestFreaks Blog, (January 20, 2012)
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What makes it all work is that the label maker is very easy to use and easy to set up.
At first it was a little complicated (after using a plain manual label maker for so long) but after a few times working with the label maker, it was quite easy.
I love that you can change the font and size of the print, as well as put fun little borders and pictures on the tape if you want.
Good label maker, yet complicated to use, mainly because it has so many features.Published 1 day ago by John T.
I purchased this about 1 year ago and only used it twice. I find the instructions very difficult to understand therefor I wasted way too much of tape in the process.
Does what it's supposed to do, but wish it came with an AC adapter though. Still recommend.Published 10 days ago by Kristian Gonzalez
Love this! I just wish the font was centered when printing 2 lines or more, and that the fonts were spaced in a more visually pleasing manner. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Cory T.