Epson Unveils the Fastest Multifunction Hybrid POS Receipt Printer in the Industry 

LOS ALAMITOS, Calif. – June 18, 2024 – Epson, a market leader of POS printing solutions, today announced the fastest multifunction hybrid POS receipt printer in the industry1 – the OmniLink® TM-H6000VI. The new model is designed to support retailers, grocers and financial institutions as they adapt to new payment trends, while still needing to support existing point of sale transaction methods. Offering lightning-fast print speeds, accurate check processing and engineering for reliability, the OmniLink TM-H6000VI is an ideal choice for demanding high-volume businesses that want to enhance the overall transaction experience for their customers.

“In today’s ever-evolving retail, grocery and financial sectors, businesses require a multifunction POS solution that improves transaction speeds and can accept all forms of payments their customers prefer, including checks, which remain important to consumers in many environments,” said David Vander Dussen, product manager, Epson America, Inc. “The new powerful OmniLink TM-H6000VI touts industry-best speeds, high check processing accuracy and is engineered for the reliability needed to help businesses best serve their customers today and into the future.”

The OmniLink TM-H6000VI multifunction hybrid POS receipt printer with check processing replaces the TM-H6000V and TM-H2000 printer models, delivering fast print speeds up to 500 mm/sec.2 The printer also has an MICR accuracy of 99.9%, enabling incredibly quick and efficient check processing as well as robust slip and endorsement printing. The new model offers a long printhead and auto cutter life,3 a water-resistant enclosure that is easy to clean and a two-year limited warranty for advanced reliability.

Featuring dynamic multiplatform support for traditional POS terminals and mobile devices, the robust OmniLink TM-H6000VI enables system flexibility based on business needs. In addition, the printer’s advanced paper-saving options help businesses lower costs and operating expenses by reducing paper usage up to 49%.4 Remote status monitoring5 and management of the printer enables businesses to get access to the printer’s status, maintenance counters, part life expectancy and settings, from virtually anywhere, helping to minimize downtime and disruptions to business operations.