This Apple-certified printer DOES fall far from the tree

by Caroline Gooding on May 2, 2018 · 0 comments

in Business,ScanSource POS & Barcode,Technology

By Caroline Gooding, Product Manager, ScanSource

Apple iPad POS systems are extremely popular for printing tasks, especially in retail and hospitality environments. Wonder why? It’s simple. They pack a lot of features into a very small, good-looking, affordable, user-friendly package. But, until now, they also had a downside. Apple’s AirPrint® technology, which allows printing of photos and docs from many Apple devices, wasn’t available for receipt printers. Good thing Star Micronics is around to solve that problem! Meet TSP654II AirPrint, part of a suite of Star’s printing solutions. It’s the first Apple AirPrint-certified receipt printer that works easily and seamlessly with ANY Apple device. When using the TSP654II, retailers, small businesses, and other organizations gain the following advantages:

  • No need to download or install drivers
  • Print receipts and orders directly from the Apple POS system
  • Control cash drawer from the Apple POS system

The TSP654II features paper loading that’s as easy as dropping in the paper and printing. It can be used in vertical or horizontal mode and includes a wall-mountable bracket, to save countertop space. And, when it’s going to be used around water, don’t worry. You can even purchase a splash-proof cover.  Star Micronics’ suite of printing solutions makes it oh-so-easy to introduce AirPrint to your customers—especially ones who use applications that usually don’t support direct printing. Said Star Micronics Director of Development, David Salisbury, “It really is a great way to bring receipt printing to your customers with almost no effort.” Coincidentally, “no effort” also describes the process of adding the Star Micronics’ TSP654II to your line card… through ScanSource! For more information about first steps, contact me, Caroline Gooding.   I can answer any questions you have, and am eager to help you grow your business.

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