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I have 2 of these now, they work on Windows and Linux. The labels are widely available for low cost from secondary manufacturers. I had an Avery brand similar label printer that was unreliable and I tossed it. The DYMO labelwriter works every time. The only con is the labels themselves can yellow and fade in a few years time. Of course for large labels a laser printer is what I use. Even very small fonts come out well, it is quite precise. I use portrait mode to make very small labels and cut them out with scissors.
This was very easy to connect to my computer, and easy to use. I don't like that I couldn't pause mid-print, but I also haven't read the instructions. Very easy to use and produces a crisp and clear final product. Would buy again.