Epson Releases New Point Of Sale Printer

2012-01-18 10:55:39

Published on 2012-01-18 10:55:39

Ink heavyweight Epson has introduced a brand new point of sale (POS) printer at the National Retail Federation (NRF) Annual Convention and Expo.

Epson is already a leading supplier in the area of value-added point of sale solutions, and took the chance at the event to introduce its new compact TM-H2000 multifunction POS printer.

According to the company, the new model is designed for retailers who are on the lookout for high-speed printing, check processing as well as endorsement.

It also comes with a two year limited warranty and is ENERGY STAR-qualified so it is ideally suited for high-volume retailers looking to increase speeds and lower costs while maintaining quality.

Mike Helm, director of sales for Epson's business systems division, said: "Epson is committed to bringing retailers a wide variety of reliable printing solutions.

"The TM-H2000 has been designed to offer a cost-effective alternative to thermal, while delivering all the functionality that high-volume retailers need."

Epson's new model is capable of printing at up to 260mm per second and uses ink cartridges.

Posted by Canzil Ahmed 

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