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Mobile point-of-sale (POS) device provider Infinite Peripherals, Inc., has introduced an upgraded line of three mobile printers that support the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad, along with devices that utilize the Android operating system (version 2.1 or higher).
The new MFi-certified models directly support the iOS and Android operating systems, without requiring AirPrint support. The printers are designed for mobile POS receipts, coupons, lab results, labels (DPP-450) and more.
The DPP-250 (pictured) is a 2-inch receipt mobile printer, the DPP-350 is a 3-inch receipt model and the DPP-450 utilizes 4-inch thermal paper or labels. Each runs on a rechargeable, Li-Ion battery that yields approximately 20,000-30,000 lines per charge.
A magnetic stripe reader and Bluetooth communication are available on the DPP-250 and DPP-350; the DPP-450 offers optional Bluetooth and WiFi. Communications also are available via RS232C and USB, v. 1.1 and compatible with 2.0.
All models include two resident fonts and two loadable fonts, along with several resident 1D and 2D barcodes; resolution is 203 dpi. Printing speed on the DPP-250 and DPP-350 is 60mms/sec, and 150 mms/sec on the DPP-450.
The DPP-450 model also has a LCD display, a label gap sensor and label peeler and an integrated belt clip. Depending on options, suggested pricing for the DPP-250 ranges from US$299-$349; for the DPP-350, from $429-$479; and for the DPP-450, $699. Go to http://ipcprint.com/mobile-printers.html for more info.