New Point of Sale Printer from Maxa Technologies
Maxa Technologies Limited, specialist supplier of hardware and services to the Mobile, Automatic Identification and EPOS market sectors has recently released the CognitiveTPG A799. The point of sale printer will be available with a standard 4-year warranty, memory upgrade (4MB), additional font support, and a lower price point.
From 1st February 2011, all A799 printers ordered will come with a 4-year warranty and a lower list price. The A799 high performance direct thermal receipt printer will still have the same performance, incredible reliability (60 million print lines and 2.3 million cuts), and support for its Receiptware™ marketing software.
In addition to the 4-year warranty and lower price, the A799 will now include added features such as increased Flash Memory (4MB) to support the additional fonts and the ability for paper-saving multi-column printing.
“CognitiveTPG printers are the best-in-class. Our new warranty proves we stand behind our products and believe in their longevity and durability,” said Roman Dziaba, Senior Product Manager for CognitiveTPG. “It’s just one more way we can prove to our customers that our printers are built to last.” The new standard 4-year warranty will cover all models of the A799 printer.
Andrea Percival, Managing Director at Maxa Technologies said, “We are delighted that yet again the reliability of these products out performs virtually all the major competitive products. We have worked with CognitiveTPG for over 17 years and their products always deliver reliability and high performance. The 4 year standard warranty underlines the confidence in the design, manufacture and performance of this product.”
With the A799 printer’s new price point, warranty, and included Receiptware™ software, resellers can meet the needs of the retail and hospitality point of sale. Key features include easy drop and print paper loading, two-colour printing with marketing and promotional software, ceramic knife auto cutter, and all standard communication interfaces.
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