NCR Releases New Devices

by Mercator Advisory Group 0

NCR unveiled two additions to its RealPOS product line this week at the National Retail Federation’s Big Show in New York. The devices are alternately targeted at large retailers and small-to-medium sized merchants in a variety of industries. Touch-screen functionality and energy efficiency are the highlighted features of the new devices.

The NCR RealPOS 50 provides a combination of performance, versatility and reliability to help retailers maximize their POS investment. It features a powerful and energy-efficient processor to run the latest graphical touch-based applications and deliver fast, personalized service.

Targeted for small and medium businesses, the NCR RealPOS 25 is an economical terminal that delivers exceptional energy efficiency, reducing the total cost of ownership for retailers. It operates without requiring a cooling fan.

Quick access to internal components and diagnostic indicators make both systems simple to install, highly serviceable and easy for associates to use.
With their versatile, multi-purpose design both terminals can function either as a point-of-sale device or a touch-based, multimedia kiosk for self-service applications.

As part of NCR’s commitment to industry standard architecture, the new terminals provide an open platform for current and next-generation software applications, including NCR Advanced Store, the NCR Advanced Retail Solution and the NCR General POS software, as well as diverse solutions offered by NCR RealPartners.

“These two new all-in-one POS terminals bring more choices and exceptional value for retailers,” said Greg Egan, vice president of product management for NCR Corporation. “NCR continuously looks to introduce innovative new products that create value for retailers, enabling them to realize operational efficiencies while improving their customers’ shopping experience.”

The new RealPOS terminals support multiple operating systems.

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