In the world of printing there are printers and companies that can clearly help put your business in the winner’s circle when it comes to performance and value. Some companies may claim their printers are race horses, but how do you know a real thoroughbred?
The people at DASCOM are in the business of producing printers that are both work horses and thoroughbreds. That is, they build printers that print crisp, clear documents, and work in very harsh environments – all while printing at very fast speeds.
The Tally T2365HD is one such example of a durable and dependable printer that is built for the long run. It has the capability to print up to 9 part forms, has a heavy duty, long-life 24 pin print head, and is able to function in difficult environments such as factories or warehouses where the race can be long and hard.
The Tally T2365HD printer is ideal for printing in “on demand” or “batch” applications. With zero tear for no wasted forms, and a straight through paper path for easy forms handling, the T2365HD will give you a great run for the money.
With standard Parallel and Ethernet interfaces and a host of other options, the T2365HD is a clear winner when it comes to offering feature rich value.
Today, DASCOM Americas offers a $200 trade in rebate when you purchase any new T2365HD printer and return your old printer to them. They even pay the freight on the new printer being shipped to you, as well as freight back on your old return (within the continental U.S.).
If you still have questions, you might want to consider the DASCOM Americas’ “Try-It, Buy-It” program. Here, you get a full 30 days to add this printer to your stable to make sure that it meets your needs. If you aren’t satisfied, DASCOM will take the printer back and you are under no obligation – even for return freight.
The Tally T2365HD printer is a real thoroughbred when it comes to helping you meet your critical printing needs. And, the people at DASCOM have very liberal programs and support all designed to put you in the winner’s circle, and making it fairly safe to say that dealing with a company like DASCOM is certainly like dealing with a horse of a different color!