The TruePos K-Series touchscreen computer is a commercial-grade solution that delivers widescreen impact in a greatly reduced form factor. With a rugged design and fan-less operation, the K-Series is ideally suited for use in any retail or hospitality environment. Powered by an Intel Celeron processor, the K-Series provides top-notch performance at a value-based price.
Form FactorK-200 All-in-one Pos Terminal
Operating SystemWindows 64-bit
DisplayDual 15.6 diagonal wide-aspect diplays
Processor FamilyIntel庐 Core鈩?processor
Intel庐 Celeron庐 processor
ProcessorIntel庐 Celeron庐 J1900 with Intel HD Graphics
Intel庐 Core鈩?i3(4th) with Intel HD Graphics
Intel庐 Core鈩?i5(4th) with Intel HD Graphics
Intel庐 Core鈩?i7(7th) with Intel HD Graphics
ChipsetChipset integrated on processor
Memory4 GB, 8 GB
StorageInternal drive bays
64 GB SSD, 128 GB SSD
GraphicsIntegrated Intel HD Graphics8,9
Built In Printer58 mm thermal printer (optional)
80 mm thermal printer (optional)
Ports and Connectors6 USB/ 2 COM/ 1 VGA/ 1 LAN
Input DeviceUSB Standard Keyboard (optional);
USB Smart Card (CCID) Keyboard (optional)
USB Mouse (optional)
Dimensions42 x 41 x 29 cm
Weight7.50 kg, with stand
Warranty12-month limited warranty and service offering includes parts and on-line technical support.
Packaging: Carton package.
MOQ: 1pc(each design)
Leading Date: 2days for sample and
15 days for mass production.
Pls inform us, if urgent order.
Delivery Method: By Express Courier, such as DHL, Fedex, UPS, TNT, EMS etc. By Air, by Land or by Sea.
Payment Terms: T/T, Trade Assurance, Paypal, Western Union.
Pls feel free to contact us if any questions.
What鈥檚 the Point of a Point of Sale (POS) System?
A point of sale system, or POS, is the place where your customer makes a payment for products or services at your store. Simply put, every time a customer makes a purchase at your store, they鈥檙e completing a point of sale transaction.
The POS serves as the central component for your business; it鈥檚 the hub where everything鈥攍ike sales, inventory and customer management鈥攎erges.
As evident as the benefits of a POS system are, we found that 56 percent of single-store retailers are still not using one. Instead, we found, many are still using a combination of manual methods, cash registers, QuickBooks and Excel for bookkeeping.
So why have retailers not taken that step to POS yet? To begin with, implementing new technology鈥攅specially technology that鈥檚 central to your business process鈥攃an be scary and overwhelming. Retailers need to consider the negative consequences of failing to have a POS in place.
鈥淸Retailers] run the risk of slowing down their operations and missing critical data that could help them grow their business faster. Having key insight about their customers, their inventory level and when they should order more supplies are examples of information a POS provides.鈥?/p>
Understanding what a POS system is鈥攊ts software and hardware components, as well as capabilities鈥攚ill enable you to make an educated buying decision.
Every POS system comprises of software and hardware components that make running the daily operations of your business easier and faster. It鈥檚 important to understand what POS software options there are and what each have to offer. When deciding what to look for in a POS software, product marketing and evangelism lead at Square, says ease of integration is imperative.
鈥淔lexibility is key. Ensure your POS vendor works with the payment processor/gateway of your choice, so that you can control cost. If you鈥檙e already using applications important to your business, make sure the POS can integrate with them seamlessly, so that you can continue using them.鈥?/p>
Hardware Components of a POS System
These are the common physical components required to get your POS up and running.
Monitor/tablet: Displays the product database and enables other functions, such as employee clock-in and viewing sales reports. Tablets鈥攅specially iPads鈥攁re popular for replacing bulkier monitors.
Barcode scanner: Automates the checkout process. Scanning barcodes pulls product info and adds it to the checkout total. Barcode scanners can also integrate with inventory management systems to automatically adjust stock levels.
Credit card reader: Since the EMV payment standard went live in 2015, secure and EMV-compliant credit card readers are a must-have. Non-compliant retailers face potentially huge losses on account of fraud liability.
Receipt printer: Email and text receipts may be gaining popularity, but paper receipts remain essential for providing customers with a quick snapshot of their purchase or returns.
Cash drawer: It may fade away in years to come, but cash is still king. Until then, you鈥檒l need a secure place to store cash for transactions. Another benefit of cash: there are no associated credit card fees.All In One Pos suppliers