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Clientron to Present Its POS Innovation at EuroCIS 2018

Published: Feb 22,2018

TAIPEI, Taiwan - Clientron will display its latest POS solutions for the retail market at the world’s leading retail show, EuroCIS 2018, from February 27 to March 1, 2018 in Dusseldorf, Germany. At its Booth (Hall 10, Booth E73), Clientron will introduce its innovative POS terminals and various built-in POS peripherals available on the market today in order to meet the demands of omnicommerce experience.

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At the event, Clientron's displays will include: the innovative PST650 all-in-one POS terminal with a built-in high speed thermal printer and a small, lightweight form factor for counter space savings; the most affordable POS terminal, PT2000, in a fanless design with long life span support to both entry and mainstream POS market segments; and the new Ares755 with powerful Intel 7th Core i processors for high-performance options.

Furthermore, Clientron will highlight the tower type Bello series with 9.7” / 12.1" / 15" / 15.6" touch displays in a solid aluminum enclosure; and the Wing series - the butterfly lightweight POS terminal with a flexible dual-hinge stand design. Besides that, there will be the fanless, vent-free Ares650 series with an up-to-date ultraslim system enclosure for the mainstream POS market.

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