Hypercom T7 Wireless Terminal
Hypercom T7 Wireless
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• Get the next generation T7 POS terminals:
• One-touch function activation for a wide range of
• transaction types; no training required
• Eliminates paper jams with revolutionary SureLoadTM printer
• Supports longer paper rolls for fewer paper changes
• Prints receipts in nearly half the time of previous
• generation printers
• Certified with major processors
The Hypercom® T7 Plus builds on the heritage of Hypercom's popular T7 family of terminals selling more than 3 million units. This latest model is designed for merchants requiring a compact countertop POS terminal accepting all magnetic stripe cards and delivering fast online transaction authorizations.
The T7 Plus features the completely new SureLoadTM printer with significantly faster receipts delivery. It allows paper rolls to simply be dropped in place without feeding through slots and rollers and supports longer paper rolls at the request of the merchant community. The T7 Plus uses thermal paper and silently prints graphic logos directly on receipts, Its quiet operation is welcomed by both merchants and customers. An external PIN Pad can be attached where required. Support for new smart cards and EMV-compliant software are both available, along with improved peripheral connectivity. Secondary power supplies are often no longer needed.
The 35-key keyboard allows one-step initiation of all daily functions and transaction types. Compatibility with previous T7 software reduces certification requirements and training issues. The T7 Plus delivers a powerful feature set in an attractive, compact design. It offers low overall cost of ownership thanks to its high reliability, communications capabilities, easy operation and advanced remote software management. The T7 Plus is an ideal choice for merchants wanting a new credit/debit card POS terminal.
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