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Casio's KL-120 Label Printer

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Model
KL-120
Keyboard layout
QWERTY
Display - LCD
96 x 16 dots
Display - Display (input data)
16 digits x 2 lines
Usable tape widths (24mm)
No
Usable tape widths (18mm)
Yes
Usable tape widths (12mm)
Yes
Usable tape widths (9mm)
Yes
Usable tape widths (6mm)
Yes
Printing resolution
200 dpi/96 dots
Unit of length switching
cm/inches
Printing speed (mm/sec.)
6,0
Maximum printing height (mm)
12
Maximum printing lines
2
Fonts Sans-serif
Yes
Fonts Sans-serif italic
No
Fonts Sans-serif rounded
No
Fonts Roman
No
Fonts Roman italic
No
Character styles
Normal/Bold/Outline
Character effects
Shading/Underline/Box
Built-in character types
248
Alphanumeric characters
62
Special characters/symbols
87
Illustrations
No
Countries' characters
99
Frame printing
No
Print preview
No
Tape length setting
No
Layouts according to use
18
Mirror printing
Yes
Printing direction
Horizontal
Printing number setting
9
Design logos
No
Numbering
No
Barcode printing
No
Languages supported
14 (English / Spanish / French / Portuguese / Czech / Polish / Hungarian / German / Italian / Dutch / Finnish / Swedish / Danish / Norwegian)
Message switching
5 languages(English/Spanish/French/German/Italian)
Print job memories
80 characters x 2
Copy and paste
No
Auto power off
Yes
Maximum characters per input data
80
Power supply
6 x AA-size alkaline (LR6) batteries (sold separately)
Approximate battery life
* Continuous printing
4 tape cartridges
Dimensions: H x W x D (mm)
* The height dimension includes the feet
54.5 x 189 x 115
Approximate weight (g)
* Not including batteries
430
Bundled tape cartridge
12mm x 1

CASIO

Casio was established in April 1946 by Tadao Kashio, an engineer specializing in fabrication technology. Kashio's first major product was the yubiwa pipe, a finger ring that would hold a cigarette, allowing the wearer to smoke the cigarette down to its nub while also leaving the wearer's hands free.


Today, Casio is best known for its wide range of digital cameras, its durable and fashionable watches and its array of electronic keyboards.


However, other loved Casio products include calculators, cash registers, illuminators, laptop and sub-notebook computers, mobile phones, PDAs, electronic dictionaries, Digital Diaries, computer printers, clocks, and portable televisions.