If you’re considering a POS system to make it more convenient for your business to manage inventory and prices, you shouldn’t look any further. For the price, you can set up a fantastic FREE POS software with all the accessories such as the stand, receipt printer, cash drawer, barcode scanner, and EMV/chip reader for one upfront cost and not have to pay for your POS like some of these not so reputable POS sellers try to market to you. Even if you don’t use Square to process your cards (which is what Square truly wants you to do), the setup for a POS system with an iPad is second to none. The software gets constant updates, works flawlessly, and is FREE. I have no regrets about switching to the Square ecosystem for running my business and selling inventory. I occasionally use their card processing, but even if I didn’t, I’d still use the Square POS system and software. No regret here!
Acts as a regular printer, you install it, and print whatever you want to it and it automatically scales it down to the margin on the printer paper and done deal(No need to go around playing with settings) NOTE: CHROME STILL LIKES TO USE 2 MILES OF THE PAPER SO I DONT KNOW ABOUT CHROME AS MY POS FRONT END. I USE FIREFOX OR OPERA)
If you are setting up a larger POS application and want a multifunction printer, you need to get their cat5 version, same company…looks and acts exactly the same except is on the network, not USB…then just buy the cash drawer by itself. I have not tried the wireless printers, but the USB is not as versital and basically the same price.
@Kpay I have both a TM-88III and a TM-88IV with USB and both show unsupported device when I plug them in, are these going to be supported for Square Registers? I have made sure their USB ports are initialized.
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.

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58mm Bluetooth Pocket Mini Thermal Receipt Printer For IOS Android Windows Black. Item Mumber ZJ-5805 58mm Bluetooth Thermal Receipt Printer. Interfaces :Serial port USB port Bluetooth. Auto Paper Cut…
58mm POS Printer 384 line Thermal Dot Receipt 12v USB Printer Set w/ Roll Paper Package Content: 1 x Thermal Printer 1 x Instruction Manual 1 x Printer Driver 1 x USB Cable 1 x Power Cord 1 x 58mm The…
Square for Android is officially compatible with USB interface barcode scanners, USB or Ethernet interface receipt printers, and USB or printer driven cash drawers (that are compatible with your receipt printer). Below is the list of recommended hardware for Square for Android. Links will direct you to official part number pages.For more information on compatibility, please give us a call!
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.
With the common use of cards instead of cash, credit card readers (also known as MSR or magstripe readers) are an essential part of any POS system. Our credit card readers are designed to read the information encoded in the magnetic stripe located on the back of a card or badge. Many of our MSRs are even used to read driver’s licenses, gift cards, loyalty cards, membership cards, and other IDs. Fixed options exist for stationary systems and mobile readers are available for on-the-go devices – with iPhone, iPad, and Android compatibility. Simply choose a USB or Serial connection type, plug it in, and start scanning cards into your application. We also have a full line of EMV-compliant payment terminals.
Epson’s reliable and affordable Mobilink portable receipt printer has all the features you need for either on-the-go thermal receipt or label printing. It offers the fastest printing in its class, up to 20-hour battery life, auto-cutter or label peeler options, and your choice of wireless interfaces including 802.11b and Bluetooth®.   More…
Product – Canon Pixma TS8020 Wireless All-In-One Printer with Scanner, Copier & 4.3″ Touch Screen (Black) + Set of Ink Tanks + Photo Paper Sample + USB Printer Cable + HeroFiber Ultra Gentle Cleaning Cloth
The Star Micronics TSP143IIILAN works with Square Payments. Star Micronics is a well known manufacturer of thermal receipt printers. They make many different models. You connect to a Square iPad stand with a USB cable. This receipt printer uses 80 mm width or 3 1/8 inch width thermal paper for the receipts. There is a roll of paper that ships with the receipt printer. An auto cutter mechanism cuts the thermal receipt paper for you when you make a sale.
The entire unit faces you to enter the information and then rotates 180 degrees and locks in place to face your client to swipe their card and sign the screen with a finger. The device can swipe a card in either direction, as there are two sensor heads, one on each side of the card slot. The card slot is much easier to use and reads more reliably than the small square device made for phones.
We are artists and have been doing art shows for over 40 years. We have used several different companies to process credit cards over the years and all of them have been complicated and expensive with a lot of paperwork and monthly fees until we discovered Square! It’s so easy with no monthly fees and you can do it anywhere! We recently opened a brick and mortar gallery in Inverness, Florida and bought their Point Of Sale system with iPad. I can keep track of inventory and sales and print reports. They allowed us to buy the register system with monthly payments and set up was super easy! I am about to add employees to it because they keep track of all that too! It also automatically adds sales tax if you want.
ZINK™ stands for “ZERO INK” printing technology. Instead of ink, it uses colorful dye-based crystals embedded inside the paper. Before printing, the embedded dye crystals are clear so ZINK™ Paper looks like regular, white photo paper. The ZINK-enabled device uses heat to activate and colorize these crystals.
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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.
The cost of using the card processing service is fair, with a card-present discount rate of 2.7 percent and no additional transaction fees. Keyed-in credit and debit card payments are a bit pricier (due to the greater risk of fraud with card-not-present transactions) and will cost you 3.5 percent of the total sale, plus a 15-cent transaction fee. [25 Ways to Accept Mobile Payments]
Well, those are all the best iPhone photo printer devices available in the market right now. Some of them are large and stationary, some are very portable. Some of them are ideal for large pictures, and some are ideal for small pocket sized instant photos. Some of them offer polaroid type pictures, whereas others offer clear digital pictures with bright colors.
To print on large-size paper with some near-dedicated photo printers, you have to feed a single sheet from the front, after which the printer loads it by feeding it all the way out of a back slot on the printer, and then prints while moving the paper forward again. If you don’t have enough free flat space for this approach to printing, look for a printer that can handle roll paper, can feed large-size cut sheets from a standard tray, or both.
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It has 5 bill trays, 5 coin trays and a bill entry, keeping your money organized and largely improve your working efficiency and accuracy. Electronic Cash Drawer 1 Cash Drawer. Only the cash drawer is…
I bought his to use with my ipad and square point of sale system when I occasionally do craft shows. So far so good. I wish it automatically connected with Square when I open the app but I have to connect under setting- my only complaint. Other than that it performs nicely, is very light and compact and reliably prints a decent easy to read receipt.
The compact footprint allows an easy fit on your counter top and saves precious counter space. Built-in power supply eliminates the hassle and bulk of a discrete power brick. Clamshell design allows for very fast and easy paper and ribbon loading. Recessed cable connection help protect the cable from damage on counter top.
My client was ecstatic and so was I. Having this level of support is so refreshing and I want to say a big thank you to Epsilont. I highly recommend this company to supply your business with all it’s POS hardware.
The Star TSP143LAN is the first all-in-one Ethernet based receipt printer. The TSP143LAN package includes the printer, power cord, receipt design software and all software drivers, making this receipt printer the easiest to set up and begin using. Easily redesign your receipt with logos, coupons, and even barcodes without ever having to modify your application
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