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Brother P-Touch Cube Smartphone Label Maker, Bluetooth Wireless Technology, Multiple Templates Available, Apple & Android Compatible - Blue

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  • PERSONALIZED LABELS: Design and print labels from a smartphone or tablet when connected to a wireless network using the free P-touch Design&Print App
  • MULTIPLE LABEL TEMPLATES: Choose from a wide-variety of pre-designed templates or design labels from 450 symbols, 60+ frames, and a variety of fonts
  • COMPATIBLE: The P-touch Design&Print app works with both Android and Apple devices and utilizes voice to text and spell check while designing labels
  • BLUETOOTH WIRELESS: Connect using Bluetooth wireless technology to the P-touch label maker with a mobile device or tablet through the P-touch App
  • PERSONALIZE WITH COLOR: Choose from bold standouts to soft pastels of Brother Genuine P-touch TZe tape colors in widths of up to 12mm

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For those looking for a smartphone-dedicated label maker with multiple templates and custom design elements, the Brother P-touch CUBE offers exceptional value. The Brother P-touch CUBE allows you to design and print personalized labels from a smartphone or tablet when connected to a wireless network with the free P-touch Design&Print App. Simply download the free, easy to use P-touch App and use the setup wizard to connect to your P-touch CUBE label maker via Bluetooth wireless technology.

The P-touch Design&Print app works with both Androidand Apple mobile devices and tablets. Utilize smartphone features such as voice to text and spell check while designing customized labels. Designing custom labels is simple. Choose from a wide variety of pre-designed home and home office label templates. You can also design and save your own labels using 450 symbols, 60+ frames, a variety of fonts including most Google and Apple font libraries. The P-touch CUBE uses Brother Genuine P-touch TZe durable laminated tapes of up to 12mm (~½'') wide in a variety of colors and types, so you can use the color and style of tape that fits your custom-designed label best.

From labeling food containers to flash drives and storage bins to school supplies, simply grab your phone and get things squared away your way with the P-touch Cube. Its durability and reliability are ensured, as the P-touch CUBE is protected by a one-year limited warranty and free phone support for the life of the product. The product is sold in white, but is also available in blue. The box includes the P-touch CUBE label maker, an AC adapter, and a starter length of Brother Genuine P-touch TZe231 tape (black on white, 12mm ( ½”) wide).


PT-1230PC
Brother PT-1230PC Brother P-touch CUBE Brother PT-P700 Brother PT-P750W
Smartphone Enabled Via Bluetooth Wireless Connectivity Via WiFi
PC / Mac Connectable PC Only
Uses Brother TZe Durable Laminated Tape
Max Label Width ~1/2" (12mm) ~1/2" (12mm) ~1" (24mm) ~1" (24mm)
Max Print Lines Per Label 2 2 7 7
Tape Cutter Manual Manual Auto Auto
Suggested Usage Home / Home Office Home / Home Office Business Business / Light Industrial
AC Adapter Included*

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T.S.
1.0 out of 5 stars Great idea, very poor printing quality!
4 September 2017 - Published on Amazon.com
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1.0 out of 5 stars Great idea, very poor printing quality!
Reviewed in the United States on 4 September 2017
Great idea to make a wireless label printer! Why buy all the extra technology for keyboard and display if you can connect the printer directly to your phone or computer?

It appears that the print quality is extremely poor! With the naked eye you can already see that the letters and numbers don't look even.
I'll add magnified images of text printed in Helvetica font. First I thought it might be just the one printer I bought, so I compared it with a second one -- same issue. I also tried a different label tape -- same issue. It looks like the problem might be the iPhone app.

In any case, the results are not high-quality labels! Pretty disappointing!
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381 people found this helpful
James L. Knoechel
1.0 out of 5 stars Don't waste your money
14 July 2018 - Published on Amazon.com
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152 people found this helpful
RHP Edge
2.0 out of 5 stars Every manufacture purposely designs their product to waste label material, toner and ink.
25 March 2019 - Published on Amazon.com
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2.0 out of 5 stars Every manufacture purposely designs their product to waste label material, toner and ink.
Reviewed in the United States on 25 March 2019
On this P-touch CUBE a minimum I would say 50% to 100% of the label material can never be used and wasted. In this case they feel you should have at least 1 inch of blank label before and after your 1 inch wide text that you print. (3 inches total to have the 1 inch text fit…) Even if whatever your are labeling is less than 2 inches. Laser printers are another, counting each color as being used as one print even if you are only printing in Monochrome. I can’t tell you how many full cartridges I had to toss. I’m self employed and engineer & design a lot of product. The mentality of these companies designing a product that purposely takes advantage of the customer kills me! …and it’s not that it’s not even obvious. I could never have the wherewithal to do this to a customer wanting to purchase my product(s). The nice thing is the ability to use an app to design labels from your phone. But of course the minimal length setting in the app is an issue. So where does this decision take place? Is it in just an office meeting as simple as “Hey Harry, can you have it so on this label maker have the label spacing and something in the software to waste, I mean not have the customer have the ability to use an average of 63.4% of the label material. We over produced some of the label material this quarter and I believe we still need to recoup from the original label design that we did 12 years ago…” Wink Wink.. “And now those printer ink cartridges…”
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109 people found this helpful
Danilo Campos
3.0 out of 5 stars Adequate but clunky
15 March 2018 - Published on Amazon.com
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Andrew G.
2.0 out of 5 stars After 6 months, the first letter stopped printing
10 January 2018 - Published on Amazon.com
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2.0 out of 5 stars After 6 months, the first letter stopped printing
Reviewed in the United States on 10 January 2018
Original review:Works great. For me, it's nice to use my phone to generate the labels and then print them remotely. Using the app on your phone, you can save labels, change fonts, etc. I like that it can sit next to my regular printer, out of the way, but always available. It's not the cheapest label maker, but for me, the ease of use makes it worth the extra cost.

Update 6 months after purchase: About a month ago, it started printing such that the first letter of new print jobs would not print properly. See photo. At first, I thought this might be because I hadn't used it for a few weeks, but that doesn't seem to be the case. My photo shows 2 separate print jobs, printed one right after the other. The first letter of both are not printed properly. I'm assuming it's out of warranty, so I'm stuck with it.
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