Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Epson POS Printer TM-T88IV C31C636101

TM-T88IV Receipt Printer C31C636101   

 Fast two-color printing of text and graphics
Now you can speed customer transactions with the TM-T88IV printer. It prints receipts at speeds of up to 200mm (7.9 inches) per second—25% faster than the TM-T88III and, unlike other printers, the TM-T88IV prints text and graphics at the same fast speed. In addition, its two-color red and black printing capabilities can be used to highlight order changes to minimize kitchen errors and create attention-getting color logos and impactful marketing messages.

Designed for ease-of-use and convenience

The TM-T88IV’s small footprint is ideally suited for both retail and food service environments. The printer
can be placed either on the countertop or wall using an optional wall-hanging bracket, whichever is most convenient. It also features easy, drop-in paper loading, an autocutter, an improved cover design to protect from spills and an optional annunciator to alert wait staff when kitchen orders are ready.

Reliability you can count on

The TM-T88IV boasts even more reliability than the TM-T88III. With a MCBF of 52 million lines,
a MTBF of 360,000 hours and an autocutter life of 1.5 million cuts, the TM-T88IV printer delivers the outstanding reliability that is critical in high-volume environments.

Integration made easy

With Epson’s wide range of Connect-It™ interfaces, the TM-T88IV is compatible with today’s best-of-breed and component-based systems. Interface options are available for high-speed USB, serial, parallel, Ethernet and wireless. The TM-T88IV also has the same external dimensions as the TM-T88III for easy drop-in replacement.

Backed by the leader

The TM-T88IV features the quality and reliability that Epson is known for and is backed by Epson’s two-year warranty.

Product Features

High-speed printing of up to 7.9"/sec. - 25% faster than the TM-T88III
Same fast print speed for both text and graphics
Two-color printing of receipts including logos and all other graphics
Ease-of-use features including drop-in paper loading, long-lasting autocutter and Auto Status Back messages
Improved cover design for increased spill resistance
Wide range of Connect-It interfaces
Two-year warranty
Buy the TM-T88IV Here:  TM-T88IV_C31C636101

Thursday, April 8, 2010

MT2070-SD0D62370WR - Motorola MT2070 Barcode Scanner-Symbol $970 List Price


The challenges for small to mid-sized retailers

With brick and mortar stores, catalogs and online shopping, today’s consumer has more options than ever before — and as a result, competition in retail is reaching historic highs. In order to compete and retain margins, the small to mid-size retailer must improve efficiency throughout all areas of the operation. Fewer employees need to be able to handle an increased workload to help contain staffing costs. Inventory management must be improved in order to ensure the:
  • More timely re-ordering of the right products to prevent costly out-of-stocks — and lost sales
  • Increase in inventory turns required to improve your product offering — yet reduce inventory carrying costs
  • Prompt restocking of the products out on the retail floor —ensuring that your customers can quickly and easily find what they need on your store shelves
  • Prompt markdowns to incent sales of seasonal and other items as well as compete with competitor promotional campaigns
While mobile technology and automated data capture offer compelling ways to effectively improve employee productivity as well as inventory visibility and management, there are numerous technologies, data types and business processes involved. There are 1D and 2D bar codes utilized to track inventory as well as EAS tags for security.

To maximize the benefits of these technologies, employees must be able to scan bar codes and deactivate EAS tags throughout the retail environment — from the warehouse and receiving dock to the aisles of your store and the point of sale (POS). But with this multitude of job functions and data types, how can small to mid-sized retailers afford storewide automated data capture?
 More Information can be found here: MT-2070