Built specifically to work in environments where heat and humidity can erode the type on the kitchen order, the SP742 is an ideal kitchen printing solution. This fast, two-color printer offers crisp, easy-to-read type for quick viewing, a clamshell design for easy paper loading, and an embedded power supply for space efficiency.
When equipped with Star’s WebPRNT technology, the SP742 WebPRNT can support restaurants using a web-based application to provide a seamless transition from the front-of-house to the back-of-house operation. Also available with Apple MFi certified Bluetooth interface, Star’s SP742 BTi can support kitchens and back of house operations without wiring that can get in the way of its staff. The SP742 BTi supports iPad®, iPhone®, and iPod touch® devices in addition to Android™ and Windows devices.
The SP742 BTi includes the ability to print receipts or data from a web browser-based application running on a mobile device wirelessly by configuring Star’s WebPRNT Browser. Once configured, the user simply pairs their mobile device to the SP742 BTi, opens the application on WebPRNT Browser, and prints from the application. The SP742 also supports Star’s CloudPRNT communication protocol that sends print jobs directly to the printer through the cloud. Star’s SP742 CloudPRNT is specifically designed for accepting and printing online food orders in the kitchen where heat and humidity can erode the type on the printed order. This fast, two-color printer offers crisp, easy-to-read type for quick viewing, and will automatically print orders as they are placed through an online ordering application.
The SP742 is just one part of Star Micronics POS solution offering for full-service restaurants and quick service restaurants (QSR). Star Micronics is proud to offer a full range of POS hardware including receipt and label printers, back-of-house kitchen ticket printers, cash drawers, the technology required for online ordering, and more.
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