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February 22, 2020 Saturday 10:28:55 AM IST

Toshiba's HSP Series POS printers

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Toshiba has introduced durable and rugged splash-resistant point-of-sale (POS) receipt printers for the hospitality market. It prints crisp and clear receipts at up to 350 millimeters (14 inches) per second with true 16-bit grayscale resolution. The HSP Series seamlessly integrates into compact hospitality environments and even offers horizontal or vertical printing options. Furthermore, Plug-n-play emulation and compatibility with common 24-volt power supplies allow hospitality businesses to easily exchange Toshiba’s receipt printers for other models.

Additionally, the HSP Series is easy to use and delivers high availability without IT staff intervention for these demanding environments. Jam prevention technology featuring multiple paper detection sensors help eliminate receipt tie-ups while notifying users when media needs replacing.


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