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The buzzer sounds when a print job is sent to the TSP100. This is beneficial for high noise environments like kitchens to alert cooks that orders have been sent. Bottom Line: The Canon Pixma iP110 offers typical speed for a portable inkjet printer and suitable paper handling, plus unusually good photo quality and the ability to connect directly to laptops or mobi... Sprocket supports Bluetooth connectivity. Thus, connecting to it and setting it up anywhere at home, at the office or even a party is very easy. The fact that connecting to it is so easy everyone can use it to print images on demand. Set it up at a party and everyone can print their favorite moments. This is the answer for vendors at Farmer's Markets, craft shows, etc. Armed with the Paypal app , this receipt printer and a cash drawer that opens with a signal from the printer and a Goal Zero Yeti 400 I can run all day print receipts, kick the cash drawer AND run a 12V and a USB fan for a little air movement on 20% of the battery pack's capacity. Blue tooth synching has worked every time, turn on the printer, open the iPad, open the app and, voila, there it is. The printer connects immediately upon waking the iPad during a lull in the action. This will add a level of professionalism to your booth, makes you look like a serious vendor. This was good - arrived in fine condition - however the description said everything was included in the box, including interface cable (which can only mean the usb cable since that's the only other cable beyond the power cable necessary - and that is also mentioned in the description)... BUT there was definitely no USB cable included in the package. So, will need to purchase one for this to work. Which I would have done when I placed this order, but was under the impression everything was included. Bought this and out of the box register opener didn't work. Being busy I didn't get a chance to send back under Amazon return policy so called manufacturer and gave them serial number. Told me they could send a replacement and would fix mine after filing out paperwork. Filled it out and was told tough luck no exchange no repair. Not sure what was wrong but couldn't waste anymore time and bought a a new one which does work EPSON and Mobilink are registered trademarks; EPSON Exceed Your Vision is a registered logomark of Seiko Epson Corporation. All other product brand names are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of their respective companies. Epson disclaims any and all rights to these marks. Copyright 2016 Epson America, Inc. The Star TSP100 Series offers innovative functionality yet remaining one of the most cost effective POS printers on the market.  With superior performance, renowned Star build quality as well as ease of use, TSP100 models are supplied with unique futurePRNT technology including set-up and marketing software tools designed to enable users to make receipt design and set-up modifications without having to alter their existing POS software. Inexpensive dedicated photo printers range in size from small enough to fit in a pocket to too large to carry very often. If you want to bring a printer with you to events like parties or Little League games, pick a size you won't mind carrying. Also consider whether you'll need to run it from batteries. If so, make sure there's a battery available, if only as an option, and find out how many photos you can print on a full charge. It has been made with second-generation ZINK technology. “ZINK” here means “zero ink”, i.e., this photo printer doesn’t require ink cartridges, which is quite a relief! You need to print on the special ZINK paper. The TSP100GT receipt printer brings all attributes of the TSP100 including all parts and software being included in one box coupled with a print speed of 43 RPM (250mm/s). Learn more about the TSP100GT here. This thermal printer is designed for network and kitchen printing. 58mm and 80mm adjustable printing paper width, 300mm/s of high speed printing with excellent water resistant, oil proof, dustproof st... In addition, the SP700 BTi includes the ability to print receipts or data from a web browser-based application running on a mobile device wirelessly by configuring Star's WebPRNT Browser. Once configured, the user simply pairs their mobile device to the SP700 BTi, open the application on WebPRNT Browser and prints from the application. Bottom Line: With excellent design and comprehensive print software, the reasonably priced Brother P-touch Cube prints several sizes and colors of good-quality plastic (laminated) labels from your iOS or... Any near-dedicated photo printer should offer output quality suitable for a professional photographer's exhibition prints, but you should obviously check to make sure. Keep in mind too that different people have different tastes, so choosing between two or more printers with superb, but slightly different, output may depend entirely on which one you like better. This printer is fast. Thermal printers print very fast, and the internals are actually much simpler than the ones at my work. You simply open it up, drop the paper inside (yes, it's a drop in, which makes it much easier to replace the roll once it has run out) and then feed the paper over the top. WebPRNT is currently available with Star's TSP650II thermal receipt printer. Easy to read, maintain, and modify for developers, simply use the appropriate XML tags or integrate Star's WebPRNT Javascript library into your web-based application to begin printing from your application to Star's TSP650II WebPRNT thermal receipt printer. Star's WebPRNT also supports HTTP requests from native applications. I love that we can print PDF417 barcodes on our receipts using simple font substitution. If you have any control over your printing software, I would highly recommend looking into that function of the printer driver. (Although we use PDF417, the printer can also generate many other 1D and 2D barcode types.) The ShippingPass assortment is continually being optimized. Products are added and removed for lots of reasons, but the main reason is to show items that we're 100% sure we can deliver within the promised timeline.

The issue is fixed with iOS 9.3.2 (which is in public beta, though we don’t know when it will be widely released). You can either wait until 9.3.2 is widely available or install the public beta from http://beta.apple.com
This unit worked very well out of the box. Yes, it would have been nice to find instructions, or even a url for where to find the manual, but some kind souls have posted about that in the q&a, so no biggie. But yesterday I plugged it in to charge, after. It using it for a couple of weeks, and no joy. The unit shows no sign of life at. I have removed the battery, checked and wiped the connections, etc etc. The return window closed 26 days ago so looks like I’m screwed 🙁 I’m dismayed to have spent $295 (including taxes) for a paperweight, and not sure what to do next. 😩
This product worked well the first 4 weeks with the Square POS and the past few days the printer has not been printing continuously. The iPad states, “Printer Error” and the printer must be shut off and paper drawer opened up and turned back on again. There are NO returns on this item through Amazon so buyers please be aware. I am in the process of working directly with Star Micronics.
I bought this printer for my business. I’m a mobile merchant. I works as advertised, worth every penny. Today almost everything is emailed but a printed ticket is always appreciated. Plus having all the proper tools gives you a professional image and enhances shopping experience for your clients.
Square Register Kitchen Printer, Star SP742ML (LAN) Ethernet Interface Receipt Printer with Auto-Cut and Internal Universal Power Supply, No Interface Cable, Charcoal/Dark Grey Color, SP742ML-GRY – 37999320
The SM-T300i portable receipt printer is approved by Apple, Inc. through MFi certification for use with the Apple iPod Touch, iPhone and iPad. In addition to its ability to pair with iOS, Android and other popular mobile platforms, the SM-T300i has easy drop in and print paper loading, a reliable and quick print speed of 75 mm per second, and an intuitive LCD display. Dust protected and splash-proof resistant (IP54 Certified), the SM-T300i is rugged enough for outside field workers requiring handhelds to seamlessly print from a mobile device to a durable portable printer. The SM-T300i also allows for restaurant servers and clerks working in demanding retail and hospitality environments to print standard three inch format receipts wherever they need to. Its rugged and splash proof design coupled with a long battery life makes the SM-T300i a welcomed option.
Can I ask if this issue with android and receipt printing to the Star SM 220-i got sorted out? I have the same problem, from various Android devices, and wanted to make sure I’m not wasting my time with a printer/phone combination that won’t work.
I think this may help with the confusion, it has to be plugged into the router (chord not included) but you can print over WIFI, I have 3 I pads using Square Register that we print from during lunch orders. Been about a month and we are really happy. It is noisy but does the job.
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This is an impact printer. So it makes a noise when it prints. Why would you want this? You might want it if you are in an area such as a kitchen where thermal paper receipts don’t print as well because of moisture in the area. You would not want this noise around customers. But if you have a moist area such as a busy kitchen this printer may be what you can use. Here is the user manual for the Star Micronics SP742ML.

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