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Aldelo Touch Supports Star Micronics's Mobile Products

PLEASANTON, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/16/14 -- Aldelo Touch, a full-featured POS solution designed for Apple's iPad® and iPad Mini® has been updated with support for Star Micronics SM-S220i Bluetooth mobile printer, SM-T300i Bluetooth mobile printer, TSP143LAN Ethernet desktop printer and DK-AirCash peripheral for secure wireless cash drawer control.

Aldelo Touch is the next generation in restaurant point of sale technology designed exclusively for mobility, flexibility and simplicity. Incorporating the latest technologies with user-friendly interface designs, unbelievable flexibility and accessible cloud office, Aldelo Touch provides full restaurant capabilities without compromise.

Updated in Version 1.2.0, Aldelo Touch now supports Star's SM-S220i, SM-T300i, TSP143LAN and DK-AirCash.

SM-S200i

  • Two-inch portable Bluetooth thermal receipt printer
  • Apple MFi certified

SM-T300i

  • Three-inch portable Bluetooth thermal receipt printer
  • Apple MFi certified

TSP143LAN

  • Three-inch desktop Ethernet thermal receipt printer with auto-cutter
  • All-in-one receipt printer includes: internal power supply, interface cable, power cable, complete mounting kits and a paper roll

DK-AirCash

  • Modular solution which enables communication from your tablet device and mobile printer with the cash drawer
  • Apple MFi certified

Aldelo Touch is available at no cost on the Apple App Store. To learn more, visit www.aldelotouch.com.

About Star Micronics America

Star Micronics America, Inc. is a subsidiary of Star Micronics Company Ltd., one of the largest small printer manufacturers world-wide. Star Micronics also manufactures high-precision machine tools and precision parts. Star Micronics Company Ltd. is ranked as one of the Top 50 "Most Stable" Japanese companies on the Japanese Nikkei. For more information, visit www.starmicronics.com or call 800-782-7636.

About Aldelo

Aldelo, LP. develops software solutions for the hospitality industry and is a leading provider of point of sale and management systems for independent and chain establishments, including restaurants and food and beverage operations in hotels, resorts, and clubs. Aldelo has over 80,000 installations in 15 countries and manages a worldwide distribution network of more than 400 dealers, which enforces the company's international position. The Aldelo® POS and XERA POS software suites offer a complete set of solutions to effectively manage restaurants of any size, earning a reputation for innovation and excellence by meeting and exceeding the needs of its customers. To learn more about Aldelo, LP., visit www.aldelo.com.

Media Contacts:

Henry Shen
Star Micronics America, Inc.
Email Contact
(732) 623-5500 x580

Ivy Lam
Aldelo, L.P.
Email Contact
(925) 398-8929 x205

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