Create customised, durable labels in many colour combinations and widths with this feature-rich high-speed label printer. Design labels on your PC, Mac, tablet or smartphone then print using wired or wireless network connectivity, or USB. Include barcodes, logos and other images, frames and text, and link to existing data in your spreadsheet to easily print many labels at once. Advanced cutter with easy peel feature ensures efficient labelling. Optional rechargeable battery base, touch panel display unit and Bluetooth interface offers a total mobile labelling solution. With a wide range of colour combinations and tape widths up to 36mm, near borderless printing and high speed/high resolution print capabilities, the PT-P900W is ideal for facilities management, document archiving, asset labelling and creating on-demand labels whenever and wherever required. This compact desktop label printer can be connected to your PC or Mac using a USB cable, or connected to your wireless network to share between multiple users or be placed in a more convenient location away from your computer. The advanced cutter can produce one long strip of labels that can be easily peeled one-at-a-time, and ensures labels are kept in the correct order. The PT-P900W uses P-touch Editor label design software for Windows and Mac. It boasts advanced features normally found in expensive desktop applications such as industry standard 1D and 2D barcodes, import of logos and other graphics, and allows you to use the fonts installed on your computer. Link to a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet or .csv file to print multiple labels quickly and efficiently. Instantly create and print simple labels from your smartphone or tablet without needing to fire up your PC. The Brother iPrint&Label app wirelessly connects to the PT-P900W to let you design and print labels from your iOS or Android device. Or if you need to identify electrical and data cabling and equipment, use the specialised Brother Cable Label Tool app to print labels for wrapping around cables or for sticking to faceplates, electrical distribution boards and other specialist equipment.