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Star Micronics speeds up with new receipt printer

International point-of-sale (POS) printer manufacturer Star Micronics has announced the launch of its new TSP143IIU+ USB receipt printer, with the aim of offering faster production speeds to users.

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The TSP143IIU+ USB is suitable for traditional fixed POS across retail and hospitality

Designed for traditional fixed POS across retail and hospitality, the TSP143IIU+ USB replaces the TSP143II ECO and is suitable for a range of applications, including receipting and kitchen orders.

Aside from being faster than its predecessor, Star Micronics says that the new printer also benefits from a range of paper saving features and marketing tools via its Star futurePRNT software.

Supplied free-of-charge, Star futurePRNT allows for horizontal and vertical text reduction, which Star Micronics says means users will benefit from reduced paper consumption, while flat receipts are assured with no paper curl.

The software also features a variety of marketing tools including instant couponing.

The TSP143IIU+ builds on the success to date of Star’s renowned TSP100 series

Simon Martin, director and general manager for Star Micronics EMEA, comments: “The TSP143IIU+ builds on the success to date of Star’s renowned TSP100 series. Meeting the needs of large-scale as well as smaller businesses looking for a reliable USB POS printer, the TSP143IIU+ provides high functionality and offers a versatile replacement for the TSP143II ECO.”

The new TSP143IIU+ USB also features an optional splash proof cover, desk boot and buzzer alert and is supplied with a four-year warranty, including print head and cutter as standard.

“Star’s established TSP100 series offers software-driven thermal POS receipt printers to provide an immediate plug and play application, allowing businesses to tailor and continuously modify all aspects of receipting output to meet individual needs,” Star Micronics adds.

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