Optoma Projectors Vs. Epson Projectors, Who Will Be Crowned King in 2018?
The latest from Epson is that they’ve launched a new OmniLink POS (Point Of Sale) Receipt Printer, which is ideal for any merchant hungry for efficiency.
According to the November, 2017 Grocery Tech Trends Study by RIS News and Progressive Grocer, POS is the core of the store for grocery retailers (and other retail segments, too). It not only manages checkout and keeps a record of transactions, but it connects the information to dozens of other essential enterprise applications. The study adds that despite downplaying the immediate threat of Amazon, a huge majority of grocers (85%) clearly believe that developing their own digital capabilities should be placed at the top of their tech investment priority list. Epson recognizes this and ensures merchants have access to the latest POS solutions that help provide the essential capabilities they need.
Designed with significant business critical improvements, the OmniLink TM-H6000V multifunction hybrid printer supports advanced functionality to ‘future proof’ the product for many years to come. With dynamic multi-interface connectivity (including built-in Ethernet and USB interfaces), it can be shared by mobile devices and legacy POS terminals. Designed for the cloud, the TM-H6000V helps businesses leverage printing from Web-based apps including online ordering services, so they’re ready for the ever-changing world of retail. Remote printer monitoring1 means less down time and an intuitive control panel provides clear error indications. The TM-H6000V also facilitates distributed proximity-based printing with Beacon2 and NFC3 technologies, and offers advanced paper-saving features.
Where’s Optoma At?
An Alexa-enabled home theater projector?! What!?
You’ve read that exactly right; Optoma has introduced a vibrant twist to home theater projectors, with their UHD51A 4K UHD voice-enabled projector. With 2,400 lumens, 500,000:1 contrast ratio, and an RGBRGB color wheel and HDR10 with Rec.2020 / DCI-P3 Wide Color Gamut, the Optoma UHD51A packs a visual punch, with its clarity, brightness and eye-popping color. It also features a built-in 4K UHD media player and Android OS, along with a pair of HDMI 2.0 inputs with HDCP 2.2 support to ensure compatibility with the latest 4K UHD video playback devices and game consoles with HDR at 60 Hz refresh rates for unmatched image smoothness.
If you’re interested in seeing what Optoma or Epson has to offer you, check out their respective pages, right here: Epson’s Product Page, Optoma’s Product Page.