According to a news release, the 15D1, which can be set up to face customers as well as employees, offers a slim, vertical design with a footprint sized to match standard cash drawers. Its motherboard, hard drive and power supply are field-replaceable, enabling rapid replacement and upgrading to reduce downtime. For customers who require more storage capabilities, a second, 80GB hard drive can easily be added.
Deployers may choose from Windows Embedded for POS (WEPOS), Windows XP or Windows Vista operating systems. True-Flat AccuTouch, IntelliTouch surface acoustic wave and zero-bezel acoustic pulse recognition touch technologies are offered as touchscreen options. The zero-bezel APR, which removes the frame of standard monitors to create a seamless glass surface, allows a virtually 100-percent useable surface area.
Numerous POS peripherals are available to customize the 15D1, such as a perpendicular MSR card reader for easy reach in small spaces, a handheld barcode scanner, a fingerprint reader, and a customer-facing display. Furthermore, it comes with a range of input/output port-connection options to support virtually any POS configuration, and supports third-party peripherals such as cash drawers or printers.
"We actively designed the 15D1 with the end customer in mind," said Elo spokeswoman Nadia Vandeweyer in the release. "We're confident the Elo 15D1 POS All-in-One will bring performance, versatility and functionality to even the most exacting POS applications."