Printer companies issues a “series” much like a car model. Jeep a different vehicles (a car series) and different models within that series. Jeep Cherokee is a car series and they have different models within the Jeep Cherokee family. TSP100 is of of Star’s printer series (like a car model) and TSP143… is the specific model. TSP143ii are current USB models and TSP143iii are the current LAN and Bluetooth models. Hope that helps. 🙂

STAR Micronics TSP143LAN futurePRNT POS Point of Sale Thermal Receipt Printer. No Ethernet cable Included. 1 Partial roll of thermal paper. Tested to print test page. test page placed inside each prin…

Star’s New mini Customer Display has been designed to work with the unique mPOP through the USB port and is available in white or black. The display features 2 lines of 20 characters or full graphics data via the blue back-lit, 160 x 40 pixel LCD display. 141 x 79 x 60mm 210g

Are you looking for an easy way to take payments for your small or mobile business? Both Square and PayPal Here are options to consider. The set-up for both is similar, using a card reader that works in tandem with a point of sale app on a smartphone or tablet. They’re both compatible with iOS devices including iPhones and iPads, and Android smartphones and tablets. PayPal Here also works with Windows Mobile devices. This article will go over the main differences between Square and PayPal Here, and help you figure out which is best for your business. We’ll discuss:

The Square Stand is a stand for your iPad that makes using Square straightforward. More than just an iPad stand, the Square Stand has a magnetic stripe card reader integrated into the base. So instead of the Square card reader that plugs into the headphone jack, the card reader is built in to the stand. It also comes with a peripheral chip and NFC reader with a charging dock, which allows you to take EMV chip and NFC (like Apple Pay) payments. The Square Stand has a built in charger, so your iPad charges while in the stand. It also has a USB hub that allows you to easily use USB interface hardware.

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If you’re looking for a Bluetooth barcode scanner, the Socket Mobile 7Ci (which is on the list of officially compatible hardware for the Square Card Reader for iOS) works with the Square Stand as well.

Clover and Square both offer similar additional accessories to accompany their systems. From bar code scanners to additional printers, both of these POS systems allow users to expand the system to meet the demands of their business.

Though we are only able to guarantee that our supported printers will work with the Square register app, I definitely understand how that cost could be an issue. As the Square Register has the ability to print more than just receipts, such a kitchen tickets and order stubs, we are only able to support certain printers at this time.

I agree! I wish we were able to support more printers too! I’ll be sure to pass along your feedback. Our Product Team loves to hear what sellers have to say! In the meantime, it sounds like you might have to print off a more custom receipt.

And of course, you can always reduce even more waste by asking your customers this: “Would you like a copy of your receipt?” If they answer, “no ,” then click Save no Receipt in MINDBODY. If they answer, “yes,” then click Save Print Receipt in MINDBODY.

quick question! i was checking out a customer who purchased a printer with squaretrade and i mentioned that he didn’t need to do anything else with it, because he was a rewards members and it registers automatically with his account. my IA overheard me and corrected me saying that customers DO still have to either call or register their plans online for them to be in effect. which is true? when I first got to staples i was told it’s automatically registered if they’re rewards members so I always assumed so, are there exceptions based on different types of plans or anything?