Saturday, August 7, 2010
Epson's ReadyPrint T20 Thermal Printer spotlights convenience and reliability for lower-volume point-of-service operations.Compact Versatility
The T20 Thermal Printer's small profile enables placement in crowded conditions and offers choices of operations from a horizontal or vertical alignment for on-counter operation or hung from a wall in the basket provided. Maximum versatility ensures maximum convenience for smaller retailers.
The drop-in roll well optimizes run time when the printer is needed, and the autocutter ensures complete receipt presentation and avoids reprint to capture full receipt information.Ease of Operation
Because it arrives as a complete unit—manuals, power cords, utilities, drivers, software, and even the USB interface are included, the ReadyPrint T20 Thermal Printer truly is “ready to print.” Plug-and-play simplicity jump starts retail convenience and reduces down time.
The T20 Thermal Printer informs users of its status at a glance with easily visible LEDs. The drop-in well allows two sizes of paper, depending on printing width needed. The 80mm width allows 22.6 characters per inch, and the 58mm width allows 16.9 characters per inch.
The ReadyPrint T20 Thermal Printer prints 95 alphanumeric sets, 18 international character sets, 128x42 Graphic sets, as well. The T20 doesn't stop there. It also prints UPC-A, UPC-E, Barcode, GS1 DataBar, and GS1-128. Continuing in the 2D character arena, the T20 Thermal Printer includes in its print assortment PDF417, 2D GS1 DataBar, and Composite symbologies, maximizing its POS printing capabilities and efficiency by eliminating need for a duplicate type of printer for full scale versatility.
Backed by Epson's two-year warranty, the T20 receipt printer encompasses full-range Point-of-Service receipt operations with printing speeds up to 150 mm (5.91 inches) per second with confidence and reliability.Summary
Epson's ReadyPrint T20 Thermal Printer is ideal for low-volume POS retail operations, optimizing printing versatility and efficiency while minimizing impact on crowded environments—and on the bottom line.