Star Micronics

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Star Micronics, a leading manufacturer in the global POS industry, provides solutions for printers, cash drawers, and proof of transaction for any POS application. Star Micronics Company, Ltd. is a global manufacturer of point of sale printers and cash drawers. Extensive technical expertise, amassed from over 50 years of experience in precision technology, led to the creation of a wide array of high quality products.

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