Built-in High-Powered PC and Processor Support Provides Merchants with the Functions and Performance Needed for the Latest POS Applications
Epson America, Inc., a leading supplier of value-added Point of Sale (POS) solutions, today introduced the OmniLink TM-T88VI-DT2 and OmniLink TM-T70II-DT2 all-in-one thermal receipt printers. Replacing the previous models and ideal for merchants in the retail, hospitality, banking and financial market segments looking to move away from traditional bulky POS PC-based systems without sacrificing functionality, the new all-in-one printers offer built-in, high-powered PC support and increased processing power in future-proof devices whose compact footprint occupy up to 70 percent less space1 than traditional POS systems. Featuring front-facing receipt printing (TM-T70II-DT2) or top loading and receipt printing (TM-T88VI-DT2), these compact, reliable printers were engineered to improve the customer experience and provide advanced functionality that enables merchants to deploy the latest POS applications.
“Epson is continually evolving its core POS solutions—including its receipt printers—to accommodate the requirements of the next generation retail solutions,” said Gregg Brunnick, director of product management for POS Printers, Epson America, Inc. “Our OmniLink DT2 printers deliver the key functionality and flexibility needed to support POS applications as they become available on the market, so that our customers can streamline essential operations and, in turn, better engage with their own customers.”
Both printers support the latest Windows operating system (Windows OS 10 or Linux OS ) and are powered by an Intel Celeron, i3 or i5 processor, allowing them to deliver the performance necessary to implement the newest POS applications. They also offer storage flexibility, with SSD options that include 32GB, 64GB, 128GB and 256GB, as well as maximum connectivity that includes built-in USB 3.0 (x6), HDMI, VGA and USB type C among others. The end-result: devices that future-proof merchants’ systems and POS investments because there is no need to buy separate components or worry about adding new connectivity, or other key capabilities down the road.
What’s more, high operating speeds (up to 350 mm/second with the OmniLink TM-T88VI-DT22 and up to 250 mm/second with the OmniLink TM-T70II-DT22, add increased efficiencies. Advanced paper-saving functions reduce paper usage up to 49 percent3 less on the OmniLink TM-T88VI-DT2 and up to 30 percent3 on the OmniLink TM-T70II-DT2.
The new printers are available now from Epson authorized partners.
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1 Based on W x D x H dimensions of POS systems; Toshiba Sure POS 500 models; Toshiba TCx models 360/370/380/740/780; Dell Optiplex 9020 – (MT).
2 Speed based on using 80-mm-wide media only.
3 Paper savings depend on the text and graphics printed on the receipt.