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New - Thermal Disc Printer by Teac America - P-55C-210

by Teac
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Product Description

At Teac America they are committed to provide the consumer with the highest and best quality when it comes to products like this Exclusive Thermal Disc Printer By Teac America.
Dye-sublimation Thermal Disc Printer Includes 1 Color Ribbon Set. 400 dpi resolution. NEW USB2.0 Interface & Rohs Compliant.
By selecting Teac America Thermal Disc Printer - we know you chose right, because at Teac America they are dedicated to meet consumers' satisfaction.


Product Details

  • Item Weight: 64 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 64 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000X9NS6Q
  • Item model number: P-55C-210
  • Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #564,250 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Brent on April 1, 2011
I'm an owner of the original P-55, now claimed by TEAC to be discontinued. Basically, it's a very nice industrial printer. Very heavy, bit noisy, but the print quality is consistent and vibrant. But here's the bottom line--if you're going to use this printer for about three years then throw it away, great. If you plan on keeping it around, look elsewhere. Here's why:

First of all, TEAC only released one set of drivers for this printer--the same ones that came on the disc included with the box. These particular drivers were buggy, and never updated. TEAC was contacted by me several times about problems and basically I was stonewalled. No help at all. So I continued to limp by with the included drivers. Nuisance more than anything, but occasionally resulted in the printer completing a disc just to suck it immediately back into the printer to lay another label on top of the first (wasting the disc of course). But even that I could live with once I knew I just couldn't do anything else on the computer when a print job was in the queue. That wasn't the worst of it however.

Once Windows Vista and Windows 7 were released, I contacted TEAC for updated drivers for either of those operating systems. I got a two sentence reply back from TEAC support:

"Unfortunately, there are no drivers for W7. The printer was discontinued a few years before the release of W7. You will have to keep on using this printer under a W2K or WXP environment only."

That's it. Now I have a perfectly working unit that needs to be run on an operating system soon to be defunkt. I invested $5600 in this printer in 2006 and TEAC completely dropped support for it basically as soon as it shipped. And that is the way TEAC Corporation does business.
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