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Epson launches new POS printer

Thursday, 15 June 2017
By Company press release

The new Epson TM-T88VI Series POS Printer

Epson Australia has significantly raised the bar in the POS industry with the introduction of its flagship TM-T88VI series, the latest addition to Epson’s family of intelligent POS printers.

The TM-T88VI Series includes multi-interface mobile connectivity, supports mobile, web and PC-based POS services and NFC Integration, and features faster transaction speeds, enhanced energy and paper savings.

“The TM-T88VI gives businesses the ability to add web and mobile POS services in stages, or run systems alone or in parallel if they choose,” says Epson Australia GM Craig Heckenberg. “Many businesses, especially in the retail and restaurant sectors, are keen to leverage web and mobile POS solutions to improve efficiency and customer satisfaction, but they don’t want to commit to an entirely new system straight away. The TM-T88VI can be implemented with existing infrastructure.”

The TM-T88VI is designed to work with both traditional PC-based POS systems and increasingly popular web and mobile setups. This makes it ideal for shop, bar and restaurant owners who want to develop new ways of interacting with customers, and also for those who just want to run a combined or traditional setup.

The new series offers print speeds of up to 350 mm/s. A backward paper-feeding function helps save paper without affecting performance, reducing running costs and paper waste.

Server Direct Print functionality allows the TM-T88VI to print direct from a web server. It also supports beacons, to help mobile devices identify the nearest printer, making it ideal for POS environments with multiple printer installations, while NFC support makes it easy to pair tablets, smartphones and other mobile devices. The new series also incorporates Epson’s ePOS™ Print technology to support printing from web-based applications.

The TM-T88VI is available now from and selected Epson resellers and retailers.








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