Brother QL-710W review
This new label printer from Brother connects to a wireless network, although you'll need a PC to configure it. Once set up you can install Brother's software to print labels from PCs on the network, or download free label printing apps for Android or iOS devices.
Creat labels using a free app
It's a thermal printer, so there are no consumables other than the reels of labels on which it prints. There's a wide range of these but they're not especially cheap: 400 standard address labels cost about £8 – at 2p each that's more than the envelopes you might want to put them on.
Still, the lack of ink means that labels can be applied immediately without smudging, and the QL-710W's autocutter is fuss-free. Together with Brother's impressive mobile apps, it adds up to a slick and useful device.