Today’s retailers, including small businesses, need a seamless integration between the digital and brick and mortar world when taking payments from customers. The new all-in-one HP ElitePOS (point-of-sale) system offers a modular design with a platform addressing this integration. But whether it’s pricing will make it an appealing option for small businesses in a crowded market of POS options remains to be seen.
A Look at the HP ElitePOS
According to HP (NYSE:HPQ), the ElitePOS system was developed after working with leading retail and hospitality customers and partners to reinvent the segment. And by all accounts, HP has created a transformative POS system for the customer’s in-store experience.
The modular design of the ElitePOS is eye catching and functional. Unlike the traditional POS boxes, a column houses optional printer and holds the monitor in place for clean counter space. You can add a barcode scanner and magnetic stripe reader built into the display for a complete system.
The ElitePOS is powered with 7th generation Intel Core processors with vPro technology, DDR4 memory and Windows 10. In addition to looking good, it is also durable, designed to pass MIL-STD tests so minor spills can…