Brother’s SV-100B Document Viewer is a mere 15.5mm thick and weighs 600g. It has a 9.7-inch black and white display (1200x825) that can be viewed under direct sunlight and a miniSD card slot. A 2GB card can support up to 10,000 pages of information and its lithium-ion rechargeable battery will run up to 83 hours. At a size of 237×247×15.5 mm, Brother claims its reader has a life span of 5 years or 37 million pages.
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We just snapped 19 images of our Unboxing Ceremony for the Brother P-Touch PT-18R Rechargeable Labler. Odd as it sounds, this is one of those devices that seems to not have too much to it, but when when you get it in your hands and start exploring, you find that it is actually quite powerful. We have a full PT-18R review over at Gear Live, where you can get all the details, but for now, check out the gallery.
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This is a ReviewMe sponsored review, however, the thoughts and opinions are our own.
We got the Brother P-Touch PT-18R sent over to Gear Live HQ for review, and we have been playing with it for about a week. We have just put up a PT-18R unboxing gallery where you can check out everything in the package. While label makers are generally not the most exciting gadgets in the world, they certainly do come in handy when it comes to tasks like organization - something we know little about. Still, we were able to set up and test the PT-18R labeler, and we give you our thoughts, after the break.
Brother showed of their ridiculous new labelers at CES this year. Don’t get us wrong - labelers can be functional, but for hunters, and in pink? There is only one way to describe these products: LAME. See the video for more on that. We just don’t see how selling the exact same product, just in different colored shells, equates to them being for certain activities. We’ll let you be the judge.
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