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A Dymo-mite Mailing Solution

Category: Hardware Published on Wednesday, 18 March 2009

Dymo Combines Scale, LabelWriter to Create Ultimate Desktop Mailing Center

Michael L. Berman's Blog
June 6, 2007

Let's begin with a couple of questions:

How many 39-cent stamps were you stuck with when we were hit with yet another two-cent postage increase?

How many two-cent stamps did you have to purchase to make up the difference?

Well, the folks at Dymo want that answer to be zero, none, nothing, nada! The new Dymo Desktop Mailing Solution ($239.99) eliminates the problem by weighing, calculating and printing stamps bearing the correct postage. Of course you have to open an online account to purchase your "stamps," but there are no fees involved, except for the cost of the mailing.

Add to this the ability to create, print and store addresses for labels and you have one pretty neat mailing machine.

The process is fairly simple. The package includes a scale that can measure up to five pounds, a Dymo LabelWriter Twin Turbo Printer and all the software accessories you need to get started.

The scale and printer connect to the USB port on your computer and, once the software is installed and you've opened an account with Endicia using the Dymo Stamps program, the software will detect the weight of your mailing and generate the proper postage.

No more running to the post office to make up the difference when the USPS hits us with its all-too-frequent rate hikes. Plus the risk of not having enough postage on an envelope that may be a hair to heavy is eliminated.

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