This latest addition to the TSP143III Series provides a range of new features including a high print speed of 250 mm / second, a high quality guillotine auto cutter (cutter life 2 million cuts) as well as thin paper capability providing benefits for both the environment and also the user’s operating costs.
Thermal Receipt Printer, 3″ Width, Tear bar, Bluetooth Interface. Includes AC Adapter, Battery, Belt Clip, Serial Cable, Sample Paper Roll, and Setup Sheet. Works with Apple iOS (iPad, iPhone, iPod) and Android. Also known as SM-T300I-DB50.
iPad POS systems are extremely popular in retail, restaurant and hospitality venues. It’s easy to see why — an Apple POS system is sleek, attractive and compact — so they look great and they’re small enough to be used in tight spaces.
There’s no such thing as a dedicated or near-dedicated photo printer all-in-one, but some dedicated photo printers add functions beyond printing. Most include menus with basic editing features that let you crop an image, remove redeye, and the like. A few add so many editing choices that they’re essentially home photo kiosks, often including a large touch screen to let you easily give commands. These often also add features like the ability to scan slides and film negatives. Some also include enough memory to store hundreds of photos, so you can bring the printer with you, show the photos, and print them out on the spot. Some dedicated photo printers are built into other kinds of devices, like cameras.
Small businesses have many choices for mobile credit card processors, from independent vendors that offer all types of credit card processing to merchant-account providers, banks and other financial institutions. Go with the wrong one, however, and it could cost you time, money and possibly your sanity.
The PayPal Here POS equipment card reader is designed to accommodate many popular iPad stands, including Heckler Windfall (Windfall C and Mini only), Wallee Pivot, Targus Versavu and Belkin FlipBlade stands.
When two Bluetooth enabled devices connect to each other, this is called pairing. The structure and the global acceptance of Bluetooth technology means any Bluetooth enabled device, almost everywhere in the world, can connect to other Bluetooth enabled devices located in proximity to one another.
Some of the latest EPOS systems provide the ability for the customers receipt to be emailed to them in seconds so even before the customer has left your shop their receipt is in their inbox, pretty cool!
The Kitchen Buzzer connects directly the RJ11 port on the back of the printer. The buzzer sounds when a print job is sent to the TSP650II. This is beneficial for high noise environments like kitchens to alert cooks that orders have been sent.
Buyer beware – not that the product itself is bad, it’s fine HOWEVER they fail (as does Square) to mention that this USB printer cannot be used as a chit printer. SO if you are buying this set up for a restaurant and thought it could be a bar station and print both receipts for the bartender..and bar orders…it can not it does not show up on the Square network only on the specific device it is USB connected to. If you are not using remote printing at all, and just need receipts from one terminal.. it is totally fine.
1 Smonet iPad Desktop Anti-Theft Security POS Stand Holder Enclosure with Lock and Key for Tablets iPad 2,3,4 and iPad air, iPad air 2, iPad Pro 9.7″. 100% Compatibility: Ideal for iPad 2,3,4 and iPad…
The Star TSP143U is a great value, USB thermal receipt printer. Connect to your Windows, Mac or Linux-based POS to print customer receipts with the included printer drivers. Upgrade to the ECO model for paper and power saving features.
mPOP is an advanced Point of Purchase Solution that combines Bluetooth POS Receipt Printer together with a Cash Drawer – compatible with iOS, Android and Windows devices. Perfect for outlets such as bars, cafés, retail outlets and pop up stores!
Also available with Apple MFi certified Bluetooth interface, Star’s SP700 BTi can support kitchens and back of house operations without wiring that can get in the way of its staff. The SP700 BTi supports iPad®, iPhone®, and iPod touch® devices in addition to Android™ and Windows devices.
Happy, received printer on time. This printer replaced one that had done it’s time. Install was quick and easy! Only used for a week so far, if it lasts as long as the other one I had I’ll be even happier with this purchase!
As a truly globalized company, the Star Micronics brand has become a known, trusted, and respected name in all areas of the world. Headquartered in Japan, our company has broadly expanded to establish sales offices and manufacturing facilities across the Americas, Europe, Asia, and Australia, enabling us to deliver unparalleled product service and support to customers on a universal scale.
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.
Installation CD with Drivers, Configuration Utility, and Value Add Utility modeled after futurePRNT Software, Set Up Guide, Power Cord, Embedded Power Supply, Vertical Mount Accessory, Paper Guide, Power Switch Cover, Start-Up Ribbon
This latest addition to the TSP100III Series provides a range of new features including a high print speed of 250 mm / second, a high quality guillotine auto cutter (cutter life 2 million cuts) as well as thin paper capability providing benefits for both the environment and also the user’s operating costs. The cost effective TSP143IIIWLAN includes  an internal power supply along with a vertical mount kit in the box.
Epson has announced a partnership with Touch Dynamic to address the growing importance of mobile POS as the overall mobile expansion in retail and hospitality continues. By bundling Epson’s new ultra-compact Mobilink P20 receipt printer with Touch Dynamic’s new 7″ and 10″ Quest Tablets specifically designed for mobile POS, merchants can increase sales and improve customer service.
Includes: Star TSP143 Ethernet Printer, APG 13″ wide Vasario Cash Drawer, drawer cable, extra 2 rolls of thermal receipt paper and installation support.  Just provide the Wi-Fi network, the iPad with card reader and a PayPal account.
Wireless Merchant App allows you to process Orders, Invoices, Quotes and even Credit Notes from your BlackBerry and wirelessly send to your back office accounting system, QuickBooks, Sage ACCPAC ERP, Sage BusinessVision or we can customize to your database.
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The TSP100ECO electronics has been designed with an advanced power management circuitry which allows any user to reduce his printer current consumption by up to 75% compared to standard Star printers making it the most economical printer in its class. Developed with smart paper management features, the TSP100ECO is designed to minimize the environmental impact of point of sale printing.

The SM-S220i bluetooth receipt printer is compatible with Windows, Android, and iOS, ensuring easy printing regardless of your preferred operating system. The 2-inch print width is ideal for credit slips or receipts, and the 3 inch per second print speed is fast enough for most mobile or low volume sales operations. A serial port on the side of the SM-S220i supports connection to mobile devices but can also act as a pass-through for PIN-pad, NFC, or other payment peripherals.
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Square can be used with Android smartphones and tablets in the form of the Square magnetic stripe card reader. It works in tandem with the Square Point of Sale app, which is available for free in the Google Play store. The Square Stand is not an option for Android devices, it is only available for iPad.
The Canon Selphy CP1200 is one of the best wireless color portable photo printers available in the market. It comes with a dedicated Wi-Fi button. Pressing it activates Wi-Fi and connects the device to any available network at your home/office.
Each case contains 50 rolls of 3 1/8 inch x 94 foot of thermal, black image receipt printer paper. Equivalent to 80mm width paper. Designed for small handheld printers requiring 94 foot thermal rolls 3 1/8 inch wide or 80mm as well as certain drive through timer printers. Fits Epson H1011AEW Hand Held Thermal Printer and Bixolon SPP-R300.
Star Micronics Australia has an in-house, local & dedicated team of support people for service and repairs. Your printer does not leave the country and we deliver fast turnaround for your working assets.
futurePRNT Software Enhanced Receipt Design tools for Windows that work above the retailer’s software. Sophisticated, easy-to-use tools including Image Import Tool, Receipt Pre-View Tool, Multiple Coupon Marketing & Text Triggered Tools, Auto-Text Reversal Tool for vertical use, Journal & Multi-Copy Tool can all be set up on one terminal and sent to all other terminals across the estate via a .XML file removing the need to configure each printer before installation, saving both time and money.
I hate being the one to leave a bad review on an item because of a defective unit, but we have had so many problems with not only the printer, but with Star themselves, that I figured it was warranted.
Virtual Serial Port to USB   Use a USB connection with old software. Create a Virtual Serial Port to support older applications that only communicate via serial. This tool will convert serial commands to USB, which the TSP100 understands
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Instead of forcing you to deal with clunky credit card readers and dongles, some credit card processing apps simply use the iPhone's camera. This method can work in several ways, such as by capturing a photo of the credit card, scanning the credit card number or reading a quick-response (QR) code. Strong performance, reliable, a must have! We use square pos have no problems, kitchen tickets life saver! Tickets printed from are iPad mini within 2 seconds, no problems with Bluetooth connection, now are printer is only 3 feet away from iPad maybe that helps. Been using this printer for about two years, will never go back to hand written order tickets! Well worth the price!!!!! The Star Micronics futurePRNT TSP143IIILAN receipt printer in gray color, uses direct thermal transfer technology for high-quality image printing and has maximum print resolution of 203 dpi. The printer produces high quality text at a speed of 9.84 ips. This monochrome printer features built-in guillotine cutter and it can print 22 receipts per minute. The printer has Bluetooth and the wireless local area network connectivity for user convenience. It has USB type A connector to power tablet or other mobile devices. The Grabba Q-series enables your iPhone 5, 5s or iPod touch 5th Generation to become an enterprise-ready device able to handle the most demanding data capture and information sharing tasks. The Q-series incorporates a range of data-capture technologies within the one device, including barcode scanning, magnetic stripe card reading and RFID reading. Up for sale is a Star Micronics TSP100 futurePRNT USB thermal point of sale printer. This printer has been tested and works fine, and includes a power cable and a USB cable. Includes the TSP100 printe... Star’s futurePRNT free-of-charge, value added software included with the TSP100 Series far exceeds installation tools normally provided, enabling users to install high volume, custom set-ups.  Software tools include Receipt Re-Design Tool, Auto-Text Reversal™, Coupon Marketing Tool, Journal and Multi-Copy Tool and also free of charge access to Star Cloud Services  including Star’s Digital Receipt Service. The bluetooth integrated technology allows this receipt printer to interact with iOS remotely. This unique benefit on top of Epson’s ability to handle high volume printing makes the TM-T88V a great option. [otp_overlay] [redirect url='https://kreditfly.com/bump' sec='5']