Seiko launches new POS printer

Seiko Instruments has released a new line of receipt printers — The Qaliber RP-E Series — that offers print speeds of approximately 1.15 feet per second to accelerate transactions or allow users to add coupons or loyalty program information, according...

CETW: Seiko's platform to provide ISV integration (video)

Kiosk Marketplace editor Cherryh Butler interviewed Seiko's associate director of marketing about the platform at CETW.

CETW: Benefits of an ISV program

Seiko's Adam Ortlieb talks about a partnership program that is providing seamless tech integration for end-users.

Seiko Instruments USA celebrates 30 years in North America

Torrance, Calif.-based Seiko Instruments USA Inc. announced that August marks the 30th anniversary of the firm marketing thermal printing solutions in North America.

Choosing a kiosk printer

Manufacturers lay out the ground rules for selecting a kiosk printer that moves fast, doesn't jam and keeps the wear and tear away from the user. 

Seiko Instruments unveils CAPD247 2-inch embedded thermal printer

TORRANCE, Calif. — Seiko Instruments USA Inc. Thermal Printer Division, a provider of thermal kiosk printer technology, has introduced the 24-volt LTPD and CAPD series direct thermal printer mechanisms for OEM applications.

Seiko Instruments minimize ATM costs

When ATM vendor Triton decided to add a through-the-wall machine to its product line, it knew it needed a heavy-duty receipt printer. Triton ultimately chose the Seiko Instruments APU-9000 thermal printer for use in the FT7000 ATM. Find out why.

Seiko Instruments changes name to hit thermal-printer markets

TORRANCE, Calif. — Seiko Instruments USA Inc., Micro Printer Division, has changed its name to Seiko Instruments USA Inc., Thermal Printer Division.

Expo showcases new tech

Exhibitors showcase new tech, products during Self Service Expo.

Booths to look for at Self Service Expo

A sampling of exhibitors at the premiere fall show.

Self-service prescription kiosks leverage Seiko Instruments printers

Asteres, Inc.'s Script Center kiosks bust lines at pharmacies using Seiko Instruments' printers, which also feature advanced data handlilng and marketing functions.

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