Posiflex Technology, a global leader in the design and manufacture of POS solutions and peripherals, has announced the latest addition to its highly regarded POS printer series; model AURA-7600.
With its compact footprint, the AURA-7600 is the ideal space-saving thermal POS printer, freeing up counter space and allowing retailers or caterers to display and promote more merchandise to maximise sales, a company release said, adding, Its specifically designed square shape and front-loading mechanism enables it to operate in exceptionally small spaces for retail, convenience store, food service and various kiosk applications where space is at a premium.
Despite its small size, the new 3” thermal printer AURA-7600 delivers superior performance with high resolution printing and a speed up to 200mm per second, perfect for high traffic promotional activities or crowded check-out lines.
Extremely reliable with a robust and durable build, the AURA-7600 includes full auto-cutting capability, easy paper roll replacement and front paper loading / paper out for flexible positioning. The printer supports 80mm thermal sensitive paper roll with the option of a 58 mm thermal sensitive paper roll adaptor.
Available in glossy black, the AURA-7600 comes with optional ambient lighting attachment (LD-2000) embedded underneath the device, which can be programmed to project colourful light patterns and introduces a fun factor into the printing operation.
Commenting on the new AURA-7600, Owen Chen, President and CEO at Posiflex Technology, Inc., says “Posiflex is an innovator in EPOS terminals and we are able to apply our knowledge and technical capabilities to the POS printer market. In today’s competitive commercial environment, extra counter space equals more revenue and there is an increasing demand for smaller, more versatile printers. Posiflex has catered for this growing need with the compact yet highly efficient AURA-7600, which has been designed to offer exceptional positioning flexibility in retail, hospitality or ticketing applications.”