Nanoptix showcases the NextGen Technology on new platforms

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Nanoptix will present its Paycheck Series at G2E 2019, including the Paycheck Terminal XL, which now features a larger screen, and the company’s latest printer, the Orizon NextGen.


Every year G2E showcases and delivers the newest technologies while providing the level of attendance that most shows dream of bringing under one roof. As always Nanoptix will continue to showcase its staple products from the Paycheck Series of offerings: The Paycheck NextGen, Paycheck Terminal XL, Paycheck High Speed Coupon Printer, Paycheck 4 and Paycheck Slim which all have new features and benefits for casino operators, game manufacturers, casino system providers, and stakeholders from all sectors of the gaming industry.

Over the last few years, Nanoptix has focused on delivering more innovative capabilities never seen before in the peripheral sector and has distinguished itself as a technology leader for the level of connectivity which it delivers and which the industry expects, needs, and wants in today’s gaming environment.

The Paycheck Terminal continues to excite and grow into a versatile product line. With the addition of a larger screen, the Paycheck Terminal XL will allow a sharper image, easier navigation and ease of use for patrons of all ages as well as for operators looking to maximize the terminal’s functions.

Nanoptix continues to work closely with system providers to help them develop interesting and well-planned applications ranging from sports betting, self serve options, marketing Clubs’ needs, to even more intricate applications found behind the scenes.

It has also expanded the Terminal which will use the newest of the company’s printers, the Orizon NextGen, to provide all the same connectivity and capabilities within the roll printer environment which is ideal for new Point-of-Sale segments of the gaming space.

Perfect for Kiosk and Sports Betting, the Orizon NextGen will benefit from the main board found in Paycheck NextGen TITO printer.

It has multiple USB ports (Slave and Host), Ethernet, MicroSD, Mini HDMI, Bluetooth capability, and our newest feature, its optional presenter.

As the most compact roll printer in our catalog, this impressive printer will not only fit in the tightest of spaces, but it will outperform its competitors on its print life longevity (200km), its speeds of up to (300mm/sec), its up to two million cuts, as well as offer variable media width and roll sizes.

Just like the other NextGen products, it is powered by a PC based infrastructure running a Linux based OS which allows for sought-after web-based developments and extras.

As market tendencies are showing the emergence of mobile applications and interactive player’s clubs, Nanoptix is evolving with these trends and bringing forward features that are exciting to both operators and manufacturers alike.

The NextGen technology is not only the system that powers the printer, but it is also an interface component allowing customers to maximise the potential of every project.

“The technology found in our products is changing how customers use printers, as an interface component that has provided cost efficiencies for their build of materials (BOM).

We continue to push our ingenuity limits and will continue to deliver products that challenges the status quo,” a spokesperson for the company affirmed.

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