Product • 11.12.2017

Elo announces Paypoint Plus for iPad and Paypoint Plus for Android mPOS Sytems

Features larger screen size, integrated 3-inch printer, industry-standard 16-inch cash drawer and increased connectivity for third-party peripherals

Elo, global supplier of touchscreen computing solutions, has released the next generation of the PayPoint® mPOS solution, the PayPoint Plus for iPad® and the PayPoint Plus for Android™. The all-in-one mPOS solutions bring unmatched style to the point of sale with a distinctive, modern aesthetic.

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Paypoint Plus for iPad
Paypoint Plus for iPad.
Source: Elo

PayPoint Plus provides everything a merchant needs including a fully integrated 2D barcode scanner from Honeywell, a 3-inch printer from Star Micronics and an encryptable MSR from Magtek. Also integrated is a full-sized cash drawer, connections for third-party peripherals, a flip-for-signature touchscreen, and on some configurations a built-in customer-facing display. This space-saving and commercial-grade AiO is ideal for retailers and operators of all sizes in all verticals, including general retail, specialty, salons, quick-service, casual dining, cafes, grocers, hotels, stadiums and other entertainment venues. PayPoint Plus is available to order today.

“Since certifying Elo PayPoint with our Merchant-in-a-Box software platform, checkout has never looked or functioned better,” said Chad Corbitt, COO at iMobile3, an Elo POS software partner. “The all-in-one solution creates an unmatched experience – from the simple and streamlined setup to the fast and engaging transaction processing – uncomplicating POS for our customers and merchants in the retail and quick-serve industries.”

PayPoint’s single-cable design makes setting up the POS system fast and easy. Merchants can customize the platform to their needs by adding third-party peripherals, including a scale, secondary cash drawer, handheld scanner, EMV terminal, and near-field communication (NFC) reader.

“With PayPoint Plus, Elo gives retailers the best of both worlds by combining the flexibility and cost-effectiveness of a mobile architecture with the retail-hardened durability our POS solutions are known for,” said Craig Witsoe, CEO at Elo. “Retailers integrating mPOS solutions such as the PayPoint Plus will impress shoppers and maintain a competitive advantage through the intuitive customer experience.”

Elo also offers software development kits for developers who want to run their software on PayPoint Plus, and the peripheral test application makes it easy for integrators and customers to update firmware, manage key injection, and check the status of hardware during support calls. Software developers interested in Elo’s Android-powered devices also benefit from EloView® software, a secure, cloud-based platform capable of supporting existing management tools like TeamViewer enabling simpler remote device control.

Paypoint Plus for Android
Paypoint Plus for Android
Source: Elo

PayPoint Plus for Android includes:

  • A full high-definition (HD) 15.6-inch TouchPro™ Pro-G projective capacitive (PCAP) display, which is 17 percent larger than the previous generation and multi-touch capable, enabling up to 5-touches simultaneously
  • A Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ octa-core processor
  • WiFi 802.11 b/g/n/ac 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz band and Bluetooth 4.1 connectivity
  • 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of storage
  • Android 7.1 (Nougat) and EloViewcompatible
  • Fully integrated Star Micronics TSP100III 3-inch printer, Honeywell N3680 2D barcode reader, and Magtek 3-track encryptable MSR
  • A full-size 16-inch industry-standard cash drawer offers a 3-position lock and the ability to use a second cash drawer through an additional I/O port
  • Four USB 2.0, one mini USB 2.0, two RJ45 serial, one RJ12 cash drawer port, one micro HDMI, one 12V power USB, and one ethernet (Gigabit) ports

PayPoint Plus for iPad includes:

  • Docks, depending on model and part number ordered, designed for use with 9.7-inch iPads or a 12.9-inch iPad Pro model. A PayPoint Plus model with docks for use with the 10.5-inch iPad will be available soon
  • One type A USB (for charging), one mini USB (for charging), and two RJ45 serial ports
  • Fully integrated Star Micronics TSP100III 3-inch printer, Honeywell N3680 2D barcode reader, and Magtek 3-track encryptable MSR
  • A full-size, 16-inch, industry-standard cash drawer that offers a 3-position lock and the ability to use a second cash drawer through an additional I/O port

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