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Elo Touch Solutions Accelerates Retail Computing Performance

EUROCIS -- Elo Touch Solutions, a premier global supplier of touch-enabled technology, today announced new all-in-one (AiO) touch computers designed to help retailers accelerate transaction efficiency and enhance the consumer point-of-service experience. Elo’s new B-Series, C-Series and D-Series products are leveraging an intuitive, reliable and secure touch interactive experience optimized for point-of-sale (POS) and point-of-information (POI) applications in cloud computing, thin-client, and/or traditional client-server software infrastructure. Featuring proven AccuTouch® (single-touch resistive), IntelliTouch® (single-touch surface acoustic wave), or iTouch® Plus (multi-touch zero-bezel surface acoustic wave) technology, Elo’s touch computers adapt to a variety of retail and hospitality environment design style, lighting, and deployment scenarios.

“Real-life retail requires commercial computing purpose-built for 24/7 operation with all the POS peripheral connectivity requirements,” said Craig Witsoe, CEO Elo Touch Solutions. “We offer professional retail computing with a proven history of touch performance, quality, reliability, and application support.”

B-Series AiO

The new Elo B-Series touch computers with removable stand offer installation flexibility at the point-of-service, with desktop, wall-mount or pole-mount configuration possibilities. 15-inch or 17-inch screen sizes are available with fan-less Intel® Atom™ N2800 or third-generation Intel Core™ i3 3220 processors, 2 GB DDR3 memory, and 320 GB of storage capacity with RAID, 2 GB or 4 GB memory expansion kits, and 320 GB storage expansion options. Peripheral options include a magnetic strip reader (MSR), biometric fingerprint security reader, and customer-facing display (VFD or LCD). Operating system options include Microsoft® Windows® 7, Windows XP, or without a pre-loaded O/S. Serviceability is enhanced with easy access to upgrade memory, hard disk drive (HDD), and system fans.

C-Series AiO

The new Elo C-Series touch computers deliver big, bright HD displays in wide-screen format targeted for point-of-sale and point-of-information countertop product selection. 19-inch or 22-inch screen sizes are available with fan-less Intel Atom N2800 or third-generation Intel Core i3 3220 processors, 2 GB DDR3 memory, and 320 GB of storage capacity with RAID, 2 GB or 4 GB memory expansion kits, and 320 GB storage expansion options. Peripheral options include a magnetic strip reader (MSR), biometric fingerprint security reader, and customer-facing display (VFD or LCD). Operating system options include Microsoft Windows 7, Windows XP, or without a pre-loaded O/S. Serviceability is enhanced with easy access to upgrade memory, hard disk drive (HDD), and system fans.

D-Series AiO

The new Elo D-Series touch computers offer a unique industrial design that cleanly integrates on top of a cash drawer with a range of peripheral connectivity options while hiding all input/output ports from view. The 15-inch screen size features the Intel Celeron® G540 Dual-Core™ processor, 2 GB DDR3 memory, and 320 GB of storage capacity with RAID, 2 GB or 4 GB memory expansion kits, and 320 GB storage expansion options. Peripheral options include a magnetic strip reader (MSR), biometric fingerprint security reader, and customer-facing display (VFD or LCD). Operating system options include Microsoft Windows 7, Windows XP, or without a pre-loaded O/S. Serviceability is enhanced with easy access to upgrade memory, hard disk drive (HDD), and system fans.

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B-Series: http://www.elotouch.com/Products/Computers/BSeries/default.asp

C-Series: http://www.elotouch.com/Products/Computers/cseries/default.asp

D-Series: http://www.elotouch.com/Products/Computers/dseries/default.asp

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