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
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Connecting your printer with a USB cable limits mobility and access to your printer, not to mention the ugly cable running through your office. You can solve these problems by buying a wireless printer. Wireless printers come in two basic types: Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. Bluetooth is simple to set up and use but is more appropriate for small office spaces and a limited number of users while Wi-Fi takes a bit more to set up but can serve more users over a greater range.
Good Printer at the right price. It did not work initially with the supplied driver – but the support team worked non stop on the problem until it was fixed. It took a few days to get it up and running, but as I said the support team went over and above what was needed to get the problem solved and us up and running. It is a well made printer, should last a long time.
We’ll do another speed test here. So what we did is we setup both of these printers as kitchen printers. We’re going to just add a bunch of items to the order. So as you can see the 88V still printed faster but not so much faster that this would be a hindrance. So definitely an improvement on the T20 versus the older model. The price is about the same as the T20II as it was for the original T20. One big change on it is that the power supply used to be internal on the T20 and it is now external on the T20II. So there is a little brick that you’ll have to hide somewhere under your counter or under a table. Something like that. Before it was just a single cord. Which actually can be a good thing should a power supply fail you can replace it where before it was internal so once that power supply failed then your printer would have to be replaced.
The growing popularity of smart phones and tablets has meant that more and more of us want to be able to print directly from our mobile devices, rather than having to sync photos and files with a PC when we want to produce hard copies. Thankfully, printer manufacturers have cottoned on to this and now all the major brands have produced their own free smart phone and tablet printing apps.
Generally customers don’t mind the extra charge because of the convenience of not wasting time in going to an ATM. And if they use credit card, at least 1% returns to them, so it will be more of 1.75% charge. Pretty small for products under $25.
The STAR MICRONICS SM-T300I is also a light weight receipt printer. But it’s very durable and rugged. It’s also Apple MFi certified for iOS phone and iPads. It also works with Android and Windows. It’s been tested to take a little bit of beating and is used by people who are outside a lot. Having said that the price is higher than other printers. If you need something rugged, this device may be the one for you. But if you don’t. You will want to look at something else as this device can get expensive. The SM-T300i is easy to use. There is a well written and very detailed user manual. The user manual gives details on how to configure the receipt printer and how to load paper. Here is a link to the Star Micronics SM-T300i User Manual.
Make time with friends more memorable with the world’s thinnest portable photo printer.[2] Instantly print sharable 2.3 x 3.4 inch (5.8 x 8.6 cm) snapshots or stickers.[1] Relive every fun-filled moment with an amazing app experience.[1]
The product was simple and straight to the point. I was able to easily figure out how to use the device without any prior experience. Transactions were easy, fast and made the start to.my small business the kick that it needed to push more sales with more options to pay. I love how easy it is to carry along and keep with me in my bag if I wanted to. So glad to have this device !
I’ve had my chip/contactless reader for a few months now and it has been awesome. All of a sudden it won’t charge and it just flashes a red light from time to time when I try to charge it. Is this thing seriously dead after just 6 months of use? I charge it and run it on Tuesdays for a payment with a client, Wednesdays for one client and Saturdays for one client. So from a volume perspective I’ve not used it that much. Anyone have any ideas?
Some printers also feature Bluetooth technology (including the HP Officejet 100 Mobile, pictured right). Bluetooth support lets you wirelessly print off snaps that you’ve taken on your mobile phone without first having to transfer them to your PC.
Features: 100% Brand new and high quality! Compared to conventional thermal receipt printer, the printer has a smaller mini body, more reliable capability, more stable printing and portable advantages…
Use Cases for Bluetooth: Most of the time you will want a Bluetooth Printer if you are very mobile or using a 3G/4G enabled Tablet. Mobile businesses do not want to deal with messy cables which are the major benefit of Bluetooth printers as these are also mobile and often times run on a battery pack. For those with a 3G or 4G Printer you want to choose a Bluetooth Printer due to the networking aspect. Once you are running on 3G or 4G you will not be able to connect to a LAN or WIFI network and also use your 3G/4G feature. Due to this, it’s best to opt for a Bluetooth Printer in your bundle so you can utilize your 3G/4G functionality on your Tablet.
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There are two different classes of Bluetooth devices. The weaker class can transmit signals over a 10-meter (33-foot) range. The other class can send signals as far as 100 meters (328 feet) away. Bluetooth technologies allow users to create personal-area networks (PANs). Devices can detect and interact with one another as they come within range of each other.
Some printers and computers come with Bluetooth transceivers already installed. Others require an adapter in order to use Bluetooth signals. In many ways, the process of sending and receiving a Bluetooth signal is similar to IrDA devices. Instead of converting computer data into pulses of light, a Bluetooth device converts the information into radio signals and transmits them. Other Bluetooth devices receive the signals and convert them back into data.
You can enable Google Cloud Printing on other printers by downloading the Google Chrome browser. Your printer will need to communicate to the cloud service via your PC, however, so your computer always needs to be on for the service to work with these non-cloud ready printers.
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I don’t have drivers, etc for them but I can provide SDKs and I know that the POS-X Ion driver will work nicely in Windows 7. Other than that, you’re on your own, but I don’t think you’ll have that mu…

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