Dec 07, 2015 / Written by Matt Adams
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The distinction between desktop and tabletop printers lies in their size, as well as their ability to print at high volumes and in harsh environments. Desktop-style printers are the cheaper and smaller of the two and are better suited for low-volume printing applications, whereas tabletop-style printers are designed to produce up to thousands of labels per day and are physically durable enough to operate in more rugged environments.