The V-R7000 and V-R7100 are two new Android based POS terminals recently introduced by Casio (News - Alert) America, Inc. These new terminals does not include fan, hard disk drive or any movable components to guarantee well-organized store operations, while removing common hardware problems that occur with PC based hardware.
A 15.6'' wide touch screen in a thin ergonomically designed cabinet and pedestal, the V-R7000 and V-R7100 utilize Android (News - Alert) software version 4.2 (jelly bean). The widescreen touch panel display can be placed vertically and supports VESA compatible mounting that includes pole, wall and vertical stand mountings to make the most of operator viewing access to the application screens.
The touch panel offers IP53-compliant dustproof and waterproof performance, and are ideal for use in restaurants and other wet environments. Users can make use of communication ports that are available in three serial, four USB host ports, LAN port, two cash drawer ports, two SD card slots for device and peripheral connectivity.
Users can rely on these new models as it comes with a battery to shield memory data in case of power failure. As soon as the power returns to the terminal, it will pass directly to the last screen it was showing at the time of the failure without the loss of transaction data.
Also, these models are built with range of peripherals to augment the functionality of the V-R7000 and V-R7100, including an expansion box with additional communication ports, ergonomically designed magnetic strip card reader, remote customer display and a LAN/serial printer.
"Retailers, large and small, seek POS systems that are not only cost-effective, but also help their businesses run more efficiently," said Tom Zitelli, Sales & Marketing Manager of Casio's System Products Division.
According to Zitelli, the new V-R7000 and V-R7100 terminals deliver on those needs with a wide variety of applications and support tools that help to eliminate common hardware problems and improve the business's short- and long-term success.
Edited by Maurice Nagle
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