Star Micronics is proud to introduce the newest addition to the TSP100III series, the faster, easier, and better TSP100IIIU printer. As the first of its kind, the TSP100IIIU only requires one lightnin…
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Yep! And in fact, they’re one and the same; TSP143III is the model number of the TSP 100 (which is admittedly pretty confusing.) For example, you can see the printer has TSP100 printed on it physically, but it’s technically the ‘STAR MICRONICS TSP143IIILAN.’
As Tom DeSimone wrote in his PayPal Here review for Merchant Mavericks, the app features credit card recognition software that allows merchants to accept a credit card payment by taking a picture of the card with their smartphone. This comes in handy when you’ve forgotten your card reader or need to process an impromptu payment.
@MaseyLeigh – The entire stand system can draw up to 24W from a power supply, so you’d want to make sure that your portable charger could accommodate that. As for if the Square Stand needs power to operate, it will require some power to maintain the connection with the Square Contactless and Chip Card Reader when you have it plugged in through the dock. It will also keep the reader charged. It might be hard to test this out outside of the actual event, but if you do get in a pickle, you could always pair your reader to a smartphone to stay in business that day. 

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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!
On the plus side, funds deposited into a merchant’s PayPal account are available even sooner than one business day — almost immediately after a payment is made — and the money can be used to make online transactions right away.
Because scanners interface differently with Square for Android than they do with Square for iOS (they primarily work by searching, and they can only search by product name or numeric SKU), nearly any USB scanner should work with Square. We successfully tested USB interface Zebra, Honeywell, POS-X and Datalogic scanners, and even older scanners were able to scan and search in Square.
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The print head on the TM- T88V is 50% faster than the TM-T88IV, giving you 11.8″ per second of printing speed. Thermal Head : Thermal head has been cleaned and tested for quality. Self test 1,2 and a …
Star Micronics TSP650II BTi receipt printer is Apple MFi certified and approved for use with the iPod Touch, iPhone and iPad. With operating system support for iOS, Android and Windows, the TSP650II BTi features the best of both worlds by coupling the comfort of legacy products with the speed and connection options demanded today in fast-paced point of sales environments. The TSP650II BTi’s “JustWorks” SSP profile makes the pairing process very simple to use. It allows for a quick connection without the hassle of a passkey or having to choose between iOS and Android modes. Quick and ready to use, no user interaction is needed to pair the TSP650II BTi. One attribute that grabs the user’s attention is TSP650II BTi’s lightening fast print speed. Capable of printing 60 receipts per minute (300 mm/sec), the TSP650II BTi offers unrivalled processing power and outstanding data throughput. Equipped with easy “drop in and print” paper loading, small footprint and reliable guillotine cutter, the TSP650II BTi is a welcomed addition to any POS system. With exceptional performance, functionality, Bluetooth accessibility and iOS support, the TSP650II BTi embodies Star’s motto of “Always Leading- Always Innovating.”
Most manufacturers don’t rate the duty cycle for these printers. That’s as inexcusable as a car manufacturer not telling you how often to change your oil, but, for now at least, it’s what you have to live with. The rule of thumb for these printers is: If you’ll be printing enough so you’re concerned about the duty cycle, and the manufacturer doesn’t rate the duty cycle, don’t buy the printer. You may need to look instead for printers aimed strictly at professional photographers and retail stores.
Use the specially designed Vertical Stand when utilizing the TSP100 in a vertical orientation. The Vertical Stand provides a clean surface facing the customer, which also creates room for advertising.
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