DLI announced the availability of its mobile point-of-sale tablet, enabling businesses to exchange data and communicate wirelessly both indoors and out with a 3-in-1 mobile payment module.
The DLI 8800 tablet sports a mag-stripe reader, 2D bar code scanner/imager, as well as a contactless-payment reader that will enable businesses to accept customer payments throughout the entire point of sale and customer service environment.
It runs on an Intel Atom processor and in the field it delivers up to 4 hours of non-stop use, or up to 12 hours when docked using the cradle’s dual batteries.
Other notable features include an outdoor readable 7″ LED backlist touch screen display, biometric access controls, wireless radio and Skype-based VoIP, and your choice of Windows 7, Vista Business, XP Pro, XP Tablet, or Linux 2.6 (Ubuntu).
Weighing 2.3 lbs. and measuring less than 1.5″ thick, the unit is housed in an IP-54 rated, impact-resistant ABS+PC polymer shell that can withstand multiple four-foot drops to concrete.