Square is not interested in using anyone but Star. And their attitude is that they frankly don’t care. I know, I have emails from them about it. If I was to guess, I would bet they have a deal with Star that funds their (insert pizza parties, to silk pockets). But lets be realistic. I mean it has to be something viable, right? The fact that Star uses the same print protocals that Epson uses has no bearing on an Epson receipt printer not working. It goes in the same line as Android devices can’t use bluetooth devices… although that new chip reader is bluetooth. It is a lack of customer service and they need to step up to the plate, or someone is going to come along and take their business away from them.
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An update 11/21/15 Had it working fine with Amazon local register until Amazon shut it down, so bought the PayPal chip and card reader- the updated paypal iOs app will not print to this printer. (iOs 9.1/ iPad 3). The workaround I found was to turn this printer in to an airprint printer- it’s a bit of a hack, instructions are out there, problem being you must have a host computer on the network. To be clear- this is a PayPal issue- not a fault of the printer.
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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.
We really like the Apple MFi certification with the auto connect feature. We also like the small footprint of this receipt printer. Overall this is one easy and fast printer to setup. The Apple MFi makes it real easy. You just turn the printer on within range of your iPad.
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Built specifically to work in environments where heat and humidity can erode the type on the kitchen order, the SP700 is an ideal solution. This fast, two-color printer offers crisp, easy to read type for quick viewing, clamshell design for easy paper loading and an embedded power supply for space efficiency.
I’ve reviewed other wireless printers over the years like the Polaroid ZIP which use dye-incorporating paper (ZINK) and I find the KODAK Photo Printer Mini’s image quality to be superior in sharpness and color. That’s because the KODAK printer uses dye sublimation thermal transfer with 256 gradations and 16.7 million colors. It also puts a laminated protection layer over the print that is fingerprint and water resistant.
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Save valuable counter space with the industry’s smallest POS receipt printer in its class. Featuring ePOS print technology, the TM‑m10 easily prints 2″ receipts from iOS, Android and Windows mobile devices or desktop PCs. Approx. Dimensions 4″ x 4″ x 4″
Is anyone using an external power source? I used to have a portable unit to jump start my car, and it had an outlet to plug things in. I’m thinking about picking up one of those, but wanted to see what’s working for other people.
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PayPal Here supports the following Star Micronics or Epson receipt printers with either an Ethernet or Bluetooth connection . The choice on which PayPal Here POS hardware to use depends on your device type (Apple or Android) and your preference.
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.’
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The TSP143III is the faster, easier, and better POS printing solution. Already a leading player in the mPOS market, Star Micronics’ TSP143III is offered with WLAN, LAN, Bluetooth, or USB interface connection for an easy-to-use and ready-to-go installation. The TSP143III now offers a web configuration page for the WLAN and LAN TSP143III printers, a simpler wat for all devices to connect to the WLAN printer for set-up with AP mode, an easy Bluetooth pairing connection, and a “plug and play” USB connection. For the USB version, there will be a new USB serial number feature so the PC will detect the TSP143IIIU on its Windows platform using any USB port. The new thermal receipt printer is an upgrade of the TSP100, printing at almost twice the speed with a special de-curl function, and it fully compatible with its previous version, requiring no additional integration or development.
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​If you use Square Payments, you’ll need a Square receipt printer. Sure. Your customer can get a receipt on their phone. But a printed receipt makes you look more professional. Also your customers will feel better about their purchase. If you’re a food truck or restaurant, you’ll want a receipt printer for the customer and also a way to print a ticket for the kitchen. For those in a hurry here are 3 receipt printers to consider below. They are the Star Micronics SM-T300, Star Micronics TSP143 and the Star Micronics SM-S230i.
The Mobile Power Supply allows users to put the TSP650 into vehicle applications like printing law enforcement tickets, truck tickets, and more. It converts 12VDC into the required 24VDC to power the printer.
The SP700 was designed to make installation, utilization and maintenance as easy as possible for any user. The SP700 is ready to be used right “out-of-the-box.” A CD with WHQL XP®, 2K®, Vista® drivers, Linux and Mac® OSX drivers and documentation is included with the printer, making it ready for operation immediately after purchase
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I’m really disapointed at the state of it, as I mentioned I’ll call support, but unfortunately because of all the tests I had to do prior we’ve run out of the original sample roll of paper that was included and now I need to buy more before I would even bother to call your support and diganose it “one on one”. The state of your support document also speaks to the what the experience will be via phone and I’m not looking forward to it.
Both the Square and the app on the phone are easy to use. I just used the Square at an event, and it allowed me to take credit cards, making sales I otherwise would have missed. I love that it fits in my purse. Since I always carry a couple copies of my book around, I might use it sometime. They make pouches for it, but I’m using the plastic container that Extra gum comes in (It’s perfect: slim and durable).
I’ve only had it up and running for a couple of weeks now, but it prints and cuts the receipts well and have yet to have any problems with it. Drivers disc makes setting up and installing a snap, and it comes with any/all necessary cables. It even comes with a mount for wall mounting, but in looking at it I’m not sure how you would do that or even why someone might want to 🙂

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