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Retail and Hospitality
ParTech expands POS product line up
22 February 2013
The EverServ 7200 supports Windows Embedded POSReady 7, Windows 7 Professional for Embedded Systems and Windows 7 Professional
ParTech has added the EverServ 7200 POS terminal to its line of EverServ 7000 hardware.
Key features of the EverServ 7200 include:
- A second generation Intel Atom 1.86 GHz dual core processor (Cedar Trail Architecture), 4 GB memory and a 320 GB hard disk with support for Windows Embedded POSReady 7, Windows 7 Professional for Embedded Systems and Windows 7 Professional.
- Fully centralised I/O port connectivity and easy access to major components simplifies component replacement and increases system uptime.
- Multiple customer display options include 12” customer display, 2 lines x 20 character vacuum fluorescent display or 5”x7” static display.
- Multiple configurations – pedestal, low-profile, wall or kiosk mount.
"We recently remodelled our restaurant and the sleek design of the EverServ 7200 definitely complements our décor,” said Dustin Loveless, general manager, Mike Anderson’s Seafood. “The EverServ 7200 POS is noticeably faster than our previous terminal and we really like the placement of the MSR on the side of the monitor which makes it easier to swipe credit cards.”
The EverServ 7200 POS is noticeably faster than our previous terminal and we really like the placement of the MSR on the side of the monitor which makes it easier to swipe credit cards
Mike Anderson’s Seafood “POS terminals like the PAR EverServ 7200 play a key role in building intelligent systems that allow companies to realise the hidden value of sharing and analysing data across multiple devices and the cloud,” said Cuong Pham, product manager for Windows Embedded at Microsoft.
“Now with multiple models, configurations, touch screens and customer displays available in our EverServ 7000 family, our customers have a wide variety of POS choices to fit their unique needs,” said Scott Langdoc, CTO, ParTech.