UpS, the leading maker of printed labels for the e-commerce industry, has announced a new e-ink printer label reader, which uses a scanning process similar to that used in the popular Apple iBook.
The new system, which is designed to make it easier for companies to print labels for customers, is available for free in the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand.
UpS claims the new system can be used to make up to 60,000 labels per hour, or about half the capacity of the company’s standard printer.
The printer can handle the labels at up to 400 degrees Celsius, making it the most efficient printer that can print them.
The company also says that it is now able to scan up to 50% of the ink available on the market, and it can also print labels at high speeds.
Ups said it plans to release an Android and iOS app that it said will be more useful for users.
The app is currently available only in the U.S. Upes said that it will be releasing a free, open source version in the future.
The UpS label reader is the company s newest printing technology.
It uses a new scanning process that uses infrared sensors to detect ink molecules in a printer’s surface and scan it for the right colors, Ups CEO, James Anderson, said in a press release.
When the printer is scanned, UpS’ scanning technology can detect up to 500 million ink molecules per minute.
UpS also says the new technology can be customized to work with the type of ink used on a particular label.
For instance, the company has recently found a way to use a different ink molecule for a printer label than is used for a standard label.