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COEX Container Scheme POS Printers and Scanners

Wednesday, 19 September 2018 5:05:00 pm Australia/Sydney

Compatible COEX Container Scheme POS Printers and Scanners from POS'99

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Compare the Epson TM-T88V to the new TM-T88Vi

Thursday, 12 July 2018 9:50:44 am Australia/Sydney

High level comparison if the main diffrences between the Epson TM-T88V and the new Epson TM-T88Vi Point of Sale receipt printer.

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New mC-Print Series Receipt Printer Released by Star Micronics

Tuesday, 10 July 2018 10:54:05 am Australia/Sydney

Star Micronics announced the release of their new flagship  “mCollection™” brand of POS peripherals for mPOS (mobile POS) and includes the mC-Print2™ and mC-Print3™ thermal printers. It is expected to be avialable in Australia in September 2018.

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Best Small Business Accounting Solution - Is it SageOne?

Thursday, 22 March 2018 8:26:44 am Australia/Sydney

Is SageOne one of the best Small Business Accounting Solutions in Australia?

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How to install a Timely Star USB printer on a Windows PC

Monday, 5 March 2018 12:47:00 pm Australia/Sydney

Help on how to install a Star TSP100 (TSP143) USB printer on Microsoft PC with Windows

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Zebra Desktop Label Printer Comparison

Tuesday, 27 February 2018 10:46:52 am Australia/Sydney

Comparison of the Zebra GC420, GK420, GX420 and GX430 desktop label printers suited for small to medium volume barcode and label printing.

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The use of barcode scanner imagers (CCD, Linera Imagers) has been increasing due to the adoption of 2D symbols in many warehousing and Point of Sale ("POS") applications. Laser scanners are generally  more accurate and scan barcodes with higher speeds in most applications.

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Does my printer have a Serial or Parallel Connection?

Tuesday, 6 February 2018 2:05:52 pm Australia/Sydney

The parallel port found on computers is for connecting peripherals, where many bits of data are sent at once, in parallel communication, and requires multiple data lines in their cables and are also larger than the modern serial ports. Modern computers tend to be manufactured without serial ports, and require serial-to-USB converters to allow compatibility with Serial / RS-232 serial devices.

The serial port is a serial communication interface, that sends bits of data, one at a time, requiring one data line and are smaller than the parallel ports. Suprisingly and interestingly, interfaces such as Ethernet, FireWire, and USB sends data as a serial stream. Serial port identifies hardware as compliant to the RS-232 standard, intended to interface with a modem or with a similar communication device.

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How to open the Star Micronics mPOP cash drawer

Wednesday, 20 September 2017 10:38:46 am Australia/Sydney

How to open the Star Micronics mPOP cash drawer

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What is WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup)?

Monday, 12 December 2016 11:07:03 am Australia/Sydney

What is WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup)?

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