By Daniel Webster, dWeb.News Publisher
Featuring a 6-inch display, Qualcomm 660 processor and Android 10 OS with built-in EMV, MSR and NFC for payments complementing a suite of enterprise-grade business tools.
Elo, a leading global provider of Android-powered interactive devices, today announced a major addition to their mobile computer lineup – the Elo M60 Pay handheld computer. This new device puts payment at the center of commerce, enabling retailers, entertainment, and hospitality businesses to accept payments on-the-go or in stores – no matter where their customers may be.
“We designed the M60 Pay mobile computer to allow businesses to interact efficiently with their customers, and the reaction from our partner community has been amazing,” said Craig Witsoe, CEO, Elo. “From line-busting and ticketing to tableside and in-seat payment, the M60 Pay makes decentralizing the checkout process and taking payments at the table, at the seat, around the store or at the counter easy.”
Built to accept today’s popular payment and loyalty cards, the new M60 Pay has a built-in EMV, magnetic stripe reader and NFC for cards with chips, stripes and digital contactless payments. The M60 Pay features a large 6-inch HD touch display, a fast Qualcomm 660 octa-core processor and Android 10 OS with Google Mobile Services. The M60 Pay device is designed to last a full shift with its 12-hour battery life,and its rugged design is purpose-built to endure commercial use.
From Mobile to Fixed POS
The M60 Pay computer can transform from a mobile to a fixed POS solution. The optional docking station, expansion module and touchscreen monitor allow your M60 Pay computer to become a fixed counter-based point-of-sale terminal.
For L1 and L2 certified applications, the Elo Payment SDK makes it easy to integrate the M60 Pay computer into the payment process flow. Elo’s own L3 certification via Elo Pay, a SaaS-based payment gateway solution, will allow businesses to set up the M60 Pay to accept payments without any coding or certification.
Elo EssentialEdge(tm) Simplifies Android for the Enterprise
With Elo EssentialEdge for Android, developers, IT managers and business leaders can leverage a uniform and continually growing suite of tools across a broad range of applications. From an enterprise perspective, everything is possible. This includes managing connected peripherals such as scanners and payment device. Security settings and OS are also supported. The platform’s powerful new features include Google zero touch enrollment and OEMConfig, which allows for simple device configuration and enrollment using any mobile device management software. Elo’s Android stack includes everything an enterprise needs, including peripheral support and custom OS updates.
The new M60 Pay computer is EloView(r) ready. EloView, a SaaS platform that allows remote device management, content management, and automated device enrollment is available. EloView is available in three versions: “Core”, which allows for automatic device provisioning, OS updates and device management; “Connect,” which allows for device provisioning with familiar Android desktop interfaces and “Control,” which offers additional security for unattended and customer-facing devices. The cloud-based platform automates configuration, OS updates, and device deployment. EloView is a cloud-based platform that allows you to manage content and monitor battery statistics. This can help reduce operating costs, increase employee productivity, and lower operating expenses. Businesses can use EloView to install Elo Home on their device to create a locked-down interface that allows them access to business-specific apps.
And with OS 360, Elo offers security updates, the latest Android OS upgrades and device enhancements to help ensure Elo Android-based devices are secure and performing optimally throughout their lifecycle. OS 360 seamlessly integrates with EloView allowing users to pre-schedule updates and manage OS versions across their fleet of devices.
Whether deploying throughout a stadium or across a 10,000-location restaurant chain, EloView makes device management easy at scale.
Accessories Built for Convenience
The M60 Pay computer supports multiple accessories to extend functionality, including a docking station, expansion module and multi-bay device charger.
Four variations of the M60 Pay computer will be released, including an optional 2D barcode scanner to read 1D/2D barcodes even if scratched, folded or stained and models offering built-in 4G LTE connectivity. All models are available to order starting this month. Elo Pay will be available this spring.
To learn more, visit EloTouch.com.
Elo is a global leader in interactive solutions and #EloIsEverywhere. Elo invented the touchscreen 50 years ago and has since deployed more than 25 million interactive installations in over 80 countries. Elo’s broad portfolio is built on a single architecture that allows customers to choose, configure, connect and control to create unique experiences. Choose from all-in-one systems, open-frame monitors and touchscreen monitors ranging from 10 to 65 inches. Use our Elo Edge Connect peripherals to create custom solutions. Connect and Control Android-powered Android devices with EloView, an encrypted cloud-based platform. EloView allows secure deployment and management for a large number of interactive systems. This helps to lower operating costs and increase up-time.
Consumers can find Elo touchscreen solutions in self-service kiosks, point-of-sale terminals, interactive signage, gaming machines, hospitality systems, point-of-care displays and transportation applications–to name a few. Learn more at EloTouch.com.
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