TWINPOS G5 (Discontinued)
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Move beyond the status quo
NEC's renowned DANTOTSU "leading-edge" technology for unparalleled performance and serviceability
Intel Atom™ D525 1.80GHz/ Celeron®, Intel Celeron® P4505 1.86 GHz / Core i3 330E, 2.13 GHz / Core i5 520E, 2.4 GHz
- Lower TCO
- Tool-Free/Faster Maintenance
- High durability against water spills and dust, robustness and environmental friendliness
- Flexible and scalable configuration
- Fan-less option
A sequel in the “TWINPOS Series”, TWINPOS G5 delivers TCO-slashing serviceability and powerful energy-efficient performance — made possible by NEC DANTOTSU “leading-edge” technology that scales and flexibly satisfies the highest expectations of demanding retailers worldwide.
TWINPOS G5 design advances environmental durability and high quality materials retain the stylish, crisp store ambiance. Key components servicing is engineered for completion within 5 minutes; reducing labor and minimizing technician levels. Dual built in LCD touch screen POS and a space-saving footprint maximize promotion and cashier area. All this combines making the TWINPOS G5 ideally suited for retail chain stores such as grocery, drug ,convenience and specialty stores as well as quick-service restaurants. Discover proven performance and unparalleled reliability ... discover TWINPOS G5!
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