Faster, improved operability and enhanced performance - Epson introduces latest addition to its industry-leading TM-T88 PoS printer series

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The TM-T88IV delivers more speed and reliability than ever before - ideal for high-volume retail and hospitality environments

Epson has introduced the TM-T88IV - the latest edition to its world-renowned point of sale printer series - which is used by major retailers across the world including Paul Smith, Ted Baker, Ottakers, The Conran Shop and Liberty. Designed specifically for high-volume sales environments, the thermal TM-T88IV offers 25% faster printing than its predecessor, a redesigned case, two-colour capability and new easy-to-use features.

With its 200mm per second print speed, enhanced graphic capability and increased user memory, the new TM-T88IV delivers ultra-fast results. Unlike other PoS printers, it prints text, barcodes and graphics at the same fast speed to deliver intelligent receipts with customer impact whilst helping to increase transaction speed. The TM-T88IV's small footprint and re-designed case makes it ideal for all demanding retail and hospitality environments including convenience and department stores, speciality retail, restaurants, hotels and bars. The printer can also be wall mounted using an optional bracket to further save space.

The TM-T88IV features easy drop-in paper roll loading, autocutter, full auto status back reporting, enhanced cable management system, optional external power supply mounting, maintenance counter and optional buzzer. It benefits from lower power consumption and offers increased reliability with a Mean Characters Before Failure of 52 million lines, a Mean Time Before Failure of 360,000 hours and an autocutter life of 1.5 million cuts.

The TM-T88IV adds a new range of high speed interfaces including USB 2 and Powered USB, to existing ethernet, serial and parallel interface options. The printer also includes new OPoS, Java and Win APD drivers for seamless integration with existing systems.

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