Elo’s New mPOS Printer Stand

Posted January 18, 2017

Elo has announced their new commercial-grade mPOS system that flips between point of sale and self-order kiosk. Elo has combined proven industry-leading peripherals – from Star Micronics, Epson, Honeywell, Verifone, & Ingenico, – with a versatile mPOS platform designed for retail, hospitality, entertainment venues, medical or any environment where interactive customer transactions are needed. The mPOS system is based on Elo’s popular and agile i-Series POS computer available in 10- or 15-inch Android or Windows commercial tablets. The innovative flip-screen stand also integrates standard 3″ self-cutting printer, 2D barcode scanner, and EMV cradle for a built-in look using standard commercially available peripherals from leading brands. The included touchscreen tablet can quickly ‘flip’ from associate-facing traditional POS to customer-facing self-service ordering. Printer and EMV may be placed in either associate-facing or customer-facing orientations depending on application. Elo’s new mPOS system is available for order today.

The new mPOS Printer Stand, 2D Barcode Scanner and EMV Payment System Cradle Mount are all designed to help improve the customer experience. By introducing these products into environments where engagement is essential, companies can create a unified approach to any customer experience in point of sale and self-service including applications for endless aisle, price verification, loyalty programs, brand experience, fitting rooms, patient check-in, time clock applications and more.

The new mPOS Printer Stand is an innovative flip stand that quickly and easily switches the mPOS terminal between an employee facing cash register to a customer facing display for payment and signature capture or to a complete self-service kiosk. The space-saving mPOS Printer Stand is designed to house an I-Series Android-based mPOS terminal (10″ or 15″), a POS expansion module and a standard 3″ printer in a clean cable free installation. Elo’s mPOS Printer Stand was built to house many 3″ printers including Star Micronics TSP100 and the Epson T88.

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