microreader

mi·cro·read·er

 (mī′krō-rē′dər)
n.
A device for reading materials in microform, such as microfilm and microfiche.

microreader

(ˈmaɪkrəʊˌriːdə)
n
(Photography) an apparatus that produces an enlarged image of a microphotograph
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The OTG microReader features standard USB and microUSB connectors, as well as a microSD card reader that's tucked inside the standard USB connector to save space and to enable the microSD card to be placed into the reader and then plugged into a device to transfer files.
The owner can use a MicroReader (a small key fob style reader) for short-range reading.
The check scanner is a relatively inexpensive piece of equipment (about $250 for the MicroReader used with the Property Boss software).
However, knowing its customers led to chainwide implementation of the No ID Tender program, which, by using microreader character-recognition technology, allows consumers who frequently pay by check to get through the checkout faster.
The MicroWriter(TM) program works in conjunction with and is integrated into the Operating System of the MicroReader to provide property rights content security through encryption.
Zlotnikoff says additional cashier training for these other applications is easy, and the only modifications to the initial hardware involve a minor retrofit for a check microreader.