The main component of a point of sale system is the CPU, or computer that runs the software. It may have a standard operating system running the machine or it may come loaded with proprietary software from the POS software vendor. It is wise to use your POS computer for only sales transactions, reports, and inventory control. This means you should resist the urge to use your point of sale system for any Internet activities.
Find your perfect Mini CPU for the traditional computing power you need to be packed into a more compact device that takes up less of your space and fit your aesthetics. Mini CPU are full-capability computers small enough to tuck away in a drawer.
High-Performance Recon CPU helps lower maintenance costs and protect your assets with a range of remote management technologies. Easy to deploy and manage with enhanced manageability with Intel Core processors with vPro Technology. It also helps lower operating costs with optional power management solutions and options such as 89% energy-efficient power supplies, all supplementing an inherently power efficient electrical system design. POS Market provides service to the CPU which is our support team doing the unit testing, cleans, and stress test to ensure all units are working fine.
A modern, compact desktop redesigned to provide maximum power and take up minimum space. The Dell Inspiron Desktop PC has everything you need to compute on the go. Microsoft Windows 10 lets you complete any task for any restaurant or retail store.
All in One Touch Screen PC
All in One Touch Screen POS Terminal is an excellent POS system that fulfills all your visual and functional demands in any industry especially in the F&B industry such as milk tea shops, cafes, pizzeria, etc. This much-anticipated all-in-one POS system features a sleek and stylish exterior with a piano gloss finish, giving your counter a refreshing and elegant look.
Certified by POS Market Support Team
Our POS Market support team is here to ensure all your POS solutions’ needs are handled with care. The support team will do the unit testing, clean, and stress tests to ensure all units are working fine before selling to the customer.