Mobile Commerce

Casio Introduces Two Android POS Terminals

Casio has announced the introduction of two new POS touch terminals, the the V-R7000 and the V-R7100, that run both the Android OS and optional POS application software. Casio introduced the first complete Android POS terminal V-R 100 terminal.

"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 in a released statement. "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."

The V-R7000 and V-R7100 seek to eliminate common problems experienced with PC-based hardware by streamlining the design and eliminating the fan, hard disk drive and movable components so as to ensure efficient store operations.

The new terminals will run third party, Independent Software Vendors(ISV) Android-based POS applications. Additional applications available on the V-R7000 AND V-R7100 include grocery/convenience store, pizza, concession stand, hospitality and apparel store.

Casio also wants to make the product accessible to developer and includes with the terminals a software development kit (SDK) to ISV's to make sure their software can be custom built to the terminals.

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