2 Inches 58mm Mini Android Bluetooth Port Thermal Receipt Printer Thermal Printer(buyers Will Need to Create Their Own Custom Printing Software When Used with Android Based Devices) 3.1 out of 5 stars21
As a bluetooth only device, it is a bit glitchy. If you are wanting to use it with a phone/tablet only as a standalone device, look elsewhere. The miura m010 reader works great for this, though is unfortunately not available on amazon.
Just click the Transaction and the Receipt will preview on the right-hand side. At the bottom, you’ll see the receipt number (ex: Receipt #H8R5). Click that and it will show you the digital version of the receipt. From there you’re good to print on the standard 8×11 printer paper.
Are we meant to assume that both the Ethernet and Bluetooth printers have a compatible USB interface? I’d rather that you were explicit with what USB interface printers you do support considering this will be our second attempt to get a printer from your list.
Compact, lightweight, high speed two inch Bluetooth and USB portable printer, the Star SM-S230i Bluetooth portable printer is compatible with all operating systems including Windows, Android, and iOS. With Apple MFi certification, the SM-S230i can easily connect and pair with the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch.
This item Star Micronics 39631810 SM-T300I-DB50 Direct Thermal Printer – Monochrome – Desktop – Receipt Print – 2.83″ Print Width – 2.95 in/s Mono – 203 dpi – Bluetooth – Serial – Battery Included – LCD
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.
This is a fantastic product, worked as expected with tons of options and the ability to configure settings is very handy. Everything installed properly and it works despite not having a dedicated POS server! The ability to reduce receipt size has been a huge thing for us. Only issue we ran into was an issue on our side of things not fully uninstalling our old drivers, but once we did a full uninstall it worked like a dream. The ability of the printer to cut the receipt off for us has been a big help and makes them look much more professional over all and speeds things up considerably more than we expected.
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Got this so I could print receipts for my customers paying in person with a card, chip or smartphone. I use PayPal Now with an Android tablet and PayPal card reader. The printer was easy to set up and works very well. The only thing I have not been able to do is print my company logo at the top of the slip. However, the company name, address, phone number, and email prints. I think this is a function, and thus a problem of PayPal, not the printer. So I’m not blaming the printer at all. However, it would be nice to have my logo on the receipt and the ability to print a coupon or something too.
To get the cost per photo for a dedicated photo printer, simply divide the cost of the print pack by the number of photos it will print. To get the total cost of ownership, multiply the cost per photo by the number of photos you expect to print over the printer’s lifetime, and then add the printer’s initial cost. This total is the best basis for comparing prices.
Combined with its powerful futurePRNT Windows software, users can enhance their printed receipts to add graphics (logos and coupons), print multiple copies, or use the text processing function to replace printed information or trigger a coupon, and much, much more. The TSP100III can also be used with Star Micronics AllReceipts™ digital receipt app, allowing shoppers to manage their receipts digitally, and retailers to receive instant feedback on customer satisfaction.
If you sign up for PayPal Here directly through PayPal, you’ll receive a free card reader in the mail within five to seven business days. Alternatively, you can purchase the card reader for $15 (free after mail-in rebate) at participating retail locations, including Staples and AT&T stores.
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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
I’m trying to setup Square with my TM-U220, I can get it to do a test print, and when I open up the printer settings in Square it gives me the option to enable “Order Tickets,” but it says the “Receipts, Bills, Reports, Open Cash Drawers” and “Order Ticket Stubs” are “Not Supported.”
I spent years in jobs that included lots of cash handling. This cash drawer is the nicest I’ve seen. It’s solid build will last for years and its finish is just lovely. It triggers cleanly and the drawer all but shoots out when triggered. I’m very pleased.
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So, at this point we’re looking to get another printer, and I find myself again returning to your “supported hardware” documentation and I am finding that your own statements/articles on this are very inconsistent and full of errors.
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!
With most printer categories, you should consider whether you really need color. Photo printers turn the question on its head, so you should consider whether you need black and white, which many printers can’t handle well. The most common flaw is a tint, or different color tints for different shades of gray. If you print black and white photos, you’ll need to check out black and white photo quality apart from the printer’s color photo quality. This is more often a problem for dedicated, rather than near-dedicated, photo printers, but you need to consider it in either case. (In our reviews, we note such tints and their severity when we encounter them, but we don’t use monochrome images to test small-format printers.)
Hi, Travis from POSGuys.com. Today we’ll be reviewing the M series of printers from Epson. This is the TM-M30 and the TM-M10 receipt printers. They’re both thermal receipt printers, they’re similar form factor where they’re very square. This is the 3-inch version, this is the 2-inch version. By 3-inch version, this means this uses standard receipt printer of 3 inch width, and this uses a 2 inch, smaller receipt paper. They’re both top load or front load, this is set into front-load version, this is set in to top-load version. They print at a reasonable rate, this is an 8-inch per second, and this is a 6-inch per second. The 8-inch per second is the same as the current model TM-T20ii version, so it’s the same print speed, it’s just a much more compact form factor.
Always leading, Always innovating, the TSP654II AirPrint allows the Apple user to continue with the familiar AirPrint experience they are accustomed to when using their Apple iOS® POS system. In addition, receipt printing requires no extra configurations, software or additional drivers.
With included internal power supply, power cables, complete mounting kits, and paper roll, the TSP100III is the perfect printer for any mPOS bundle. Star has also added an additional USB type A connector for one convenient power source for your tablet or mobile device. The TSP100III prints at a high-speed of 43 RPM (250mm/s) and includes “drop-in & print” paper loading and a guillotine auto-cutter.
Adding credit card terminals to your retail operation does not have to be complicated — numerous models plug in quickly and require minimal setup. Many also work with common system configurations, including VeriFone and Microsoft Windows NT. They connect using USB, PS/2, and wedge interfaces, so you can use the readers with your computer or POS system. Alternatively, select a model with an attached printer for quick receipt creation.
Unless we are to just assume that all of these printers support printing over USB and that interface (when available for a listed model) is always compatible with Square POS — but, it doesn’t say either way?
The SM-T300i portable receipt printer is approved by Apple, Inc. through MFi certification for use with the 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.
The printer comes with 1500mAh super power lithium battery, whose standby time can reach 5-6 days. Added with smart power saving and power consumption control functions, the set is able to work for a longer life.
The sm-s220i portable Bluetooth receipt printer is the ideal mobile printing solution for the hospitality and retail industries. Equipped with a sleek, compact and lightweight design and is compatible with all operating systems including iOS (iPad, iPhone, iPod) and all Bluetooth devices, the sm-s220i can be easily fastened on a belt for mobile point of sale and payment processing applications like table side ordering and line busting. In addition to easy drop in and print paper loading and print speed of 80mm per second, the sm-s220i features an LCD display and a convenient automatic sleep mode for extended battery life. Without MSR. With power supply.
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Hey @Helen and anyone else reading this forum with the same problem! I wanted to mention that calling support provided the solution! Apparentely just updating the Point of Sale app was not enough, and I had to simply delete and reinstall it instead. Essentially just “turn it off and turn it on again” for the app era 🙂
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