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Mitsubishi Electric Now Offering Contactless Printing In Stores

Mitsubishi Electric has introduced an improved PhotoPrintMe Wall experience for shops to install and use so customers can order prints safely and contactless-free if they want to.

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Mitsubishi Electric has updated its PhotoPrintMe Wall point of sale system to reduce the use of touch screens and offer a store-branded webshop with a click and collect system in place.

Mitsubishi Electric says that in the post-COVID-19 rebirth of the photo trade, it’s ‘no contact’ which will win customer confidence and with their updated PhotoPrintMe Wall, customers can order from desktop, laptop, tablet or smartphone, reassured by a new secure credit card payment method.

PhotoPrintMe Wall can create prints up to 6 x 20" panoramic, on-demand, along with a full range of greetings cards, calendars, bookmarks, photo strips, albums and mini prints which can all be previewed on the customer's smart device. 

A bespoke QR code takes customers straight to a colourful on-line catalogue of products to create at home, at work, when commuting or on the spot. Plus, the choice of store collection or mail delivery follows social distancing guidelines. 

Freestanding and sized to integrate with slotwall retail shopfitting, the Mitsubishi Electric PPM Wall needs no other display or counter units and uses just one 13 amp socket. It holds the complete printing system and order terminal with shelves and hangers to display sample products.

For more information, visit the Mitsubishi Electric website

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