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TSP143IIIUSB. The world’s only POS printer that can connect directly to Apple iOS devices.


As leading POS printer pioneers, once again we’ve created a world first. The TSP143IIIU is our game changing USB POS printer, the first of its kind to be able to connect directly to an iPad, iPod or iPhone using the Apple Lightning cable for reliable USB communication and simultaneous charging.


And it is so simple, just plug your Apple device lightning cable into your iPad, plug the other end into the Star printer and you are off – just what you would expect from the world’s most innovative POS printer manufacturer. Your simple and stylish POS “till” system is ready once you’ve chosen and downloaded your supported app of choice* with a built-in power supply – no bulky transformers to hide away or become disconnected by accident. The hard-wired aspect of this printer means that your receipt printing and cash drawer trigger functions will always be available and not Wi-Fi dependent. No other stand-alone POS printer can achieve this today.


*Phone Star on +44 (0) 1494 471111 to check your software is supported


For more information, please contact: Star Micronics EMEA, Star House, Peregrine Business Park, Gomm Road, High Wycombe, Bucks, HP13 7DL, UK Telephone: +44 (0) 1494 471111 · Email: sales@Star-EMEA.com


Unique Plug & Print solution for the iPad “Data & Charging”


www.Star-EMEA.com


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