The Quest Tablet from Touch Dynamic: Designed for POS


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QuestTouch Dynamic’s new 7″ and 10″ Quest Tablets are specifically designed for POS, making assimilation with ruggedized applications and long-term durability in the field,  a reality. The Quad Core Bay Trail-T Processor offers low power consumption and quick speed while boasting a 6-8 hour battery life when in continuous operation. The Quest supports Windows 8.1 through the Intel Bay Trail CPU and also offers state of the art integrated features such as a 2D Barcode scanner, encrypted MSR and EMV smart card reader.

Internal Wireless LAN and Bluetooth, coupled with an internal NFC Reader make wireless communication and pay at the table applications ideal and accessible. Weighing in at less than 1.5 Lbs. for the 7″ and less than 2.1 Lbs. for the 10″ the Quest Tablet is perfect for any busy POS environment.

The standard charging dock that accompanies each Quest Tablet allows the user to conveniently dock it in the upright position. The optional premium charging dock has a key lock, multiple USB ports, 1 Ethernet Port and 9 pin Serial Ports. Offering a second battery charging slot and swappable capability, simply put, the Quest Tablet is the ideal solution for any Mobile POS.

 

Highlights

  • Intel Quad Core Bay Trail-T Processor for ultra-low power consumption
  • 7″ or 10″ Projective Capacitive Touch Screen
  • Enhanced Wireless Connectivity with 2.4/5 Ghz wireless LAN a/b/g/n
  • Ruggedized design conforming to IP54 rating and 4 ft. drop specification
  • Full Windows 8.1 Support

Integrated Features

  • MSR (Encrypted Optional)
  • NFC

Options

  • EMV
  • Optical 1D/2D Barcode Scanner
  • Biometric Reader
  • Premium Charging Dock

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