Epson expands its market-leading POS printer range

The TM-T88VI iHub is offers an extensive range of wired and wireless connectivity options, including mobile, web and PC-based POS services

Epson expands its market-leading POS printer range

02 January 2017 – Epson, Europe’s leading POS printer manufacturer1, announces the addition of the TM-T88VI iHub to its POS printer range. This state-of-the-art new receipt printer offers the same range of great new features as the recently-launched TM-T88VI, but with added connectivity options to allow the installation and charging of peripherals. The TM-T88VI iHub is designed to work with both traditional PC-based POS systems and increasingly popular web and mobile setups. This makes it ideal for shop, bar and restaurant owners who want to develop new ways of interacting with customers, and for those who want to run a combined or traditional setup.

David Gross, product manager at Epson Europe, says, “The TM-T88VI iHub offers all the outstanding features of the TM-T88VI, plus plenty of ways to connect and charge devices. With web, tablet and PC coexistence as well, there’s little else on the market that can offer retailers, restaurants and bars quite as many options to run their POS the way they want to.”

As well as versatility, the TM-T88VI iHub offers outstanding performance, with print speeds of up to 350mm/s, and Epson’s proven reliability. A backwards paper-feeding function helps save paper without affecting performance, reducing running costs and paper waste.

Server Direct Print functionality allows the TM-T88VI iHub to print direct from a web server.  

It also supports beacons, to help mobile devices identify the nearest printer, making it ideal for POS environments with multiple printer installations, while NFC support makes it easy to pair tablets, smartphones and other mobile devices.

The TM-T88VI iHub has exactly the same footprint as the TM-T88V iHub, allowing you to upgrade to a brand new system without having to rearrange your counter space, and is available in both black and white to suit any shop, bar or restaurant decor.

The TM-T88VI is available from 1 February 2017, priced at €442.

Key features

State-of-the-art receipt printer and intelligent hub, with mobile connectivity, fast print speeds and great reliability

Perfect for retailers who want to combine mobile POS with traditional PC applications

Comes with Epson ePOS technology for printing from web applications and smart devices

Can print from both USB and network (ePOS) – ideal for retailers migrating to mobile ePOS

Contains four USB ports, one of which can charge a tablet or smartphone

Prints at speeds up to 350mm/s

Multiple greyscale printing allows better reproduction of logos and images

Server Direct Print allows printing data directly from a web server

Supports HTTPS for secure end-to-end transfer of data

Backwards paper-feeding function, for efficient paper saving

Comes with extensive tools for easy and cost-effective implementation

Available in black or white, to suit shop or restaurant decor

1. Futuresource consulting, 2015


Notes to Editor

About Epson

Epson is a global technology leader dedicated to connecting people, things and information with its original efficient, compact and precision technologies. With a lineup that ranges from inkjet printers and digital printing systems to 3LCD projectors, smart glasses, sensing systems and industrial robots, the company is focused on driving innovations and exceeding customer expectations in inkjet, visual communications, wearables and robotics.

Led by the Japan-based Seiko Epson Corporation, the Epson Group comprises more than 67,000 employees in 90 companies around the world, and is proud of its contributions to the communities in which it operates and its ongoing efforts to reduce environmental impacts.

About Epson Europe

Epson Europe B.V., based in Amsterdam, is the Group’s regional headquarters for Europe, Middle-East, Russia, and Africa. With a workforce of 1,700 employees, Epson Europe’s sales for fiscal year 2015 were 1,577 million Euros.

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