Elo introduces I-Series for Windows touch screen
Elo, a supplier of touch-screen solutions, recently introduced its I-Series for Windows fully integrated touch-screen computer, according to a press release.
Available in 15.6-inch and 21.5-inch widescreen displays with a 1.5-inch depth, the large tablet form factor of the I-Series for Windows provides a fully integrated platform for public-facing interactive applications in retail, hospitality, gaming, corporate and medical environments.
Integrated Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, and an embedded web cam work seamlessly with existing I-Series universal snap-in peripherals (EMV, NFC/RFID reader, barcode reader, MSR and fingerprint scanner) and mounting options (poles, shelf and floor stands, shelf and wall mounts) to create a versatile interactive display solution. Specifically designed for demanding environments, the integrated system meets EN62262 IK06 and UL60950 ball-drop impact protection and is backed by a three-year warranty extendable up to five years.
"Our I-Series has become extremely popular for its size, power, functionality and all-in-one integrated form factor," Dan Ludwick, vice president and general manager at Elo, said in the press release. "The new I-Series for Windows combines the powerful Windows operating system with the commercial grade I-Series thin tablet form factor for unlimited options for use in virtually any enterprise environment."
For applications including self-service, point-of-information and in-store endless aisle, the I-Series for Windows features Elo's TouchPro PCAP technology that provides a 10-touch interactive experience with edge-to-edge glass design. This streamlined aesthetic provides for easy cleaning with no edges to trap dirt and grease, the company said.
The all-in-one computer comes with processing options that include the 6th generation Intel Skylake i5 processor with HD530 graphics and the fan-less Braswell Celeron processor suited for ultra-low noise environments. Both models are available preinstalled with Windows 10, Windows 8.1, or Windows 7, or without OS configurations.
With up to four USB 3.0 ports and GPIO, as well as a USB 2.0 expansion hub option that provides connectivity for distributed POS applications, the I-Series all-in-one system provides flexibility for applications, the release said.