Samsung has big ambitions when it comes to mobile phone-based payments. After successfully launching the Samsung Pay digital wallet app in 2015 and continually improving it with new features like Samsung Pay Cash and Money Transfer, it now has its sight set on the mobile point of sale (mPOS) market with its new "Samsung Point of Sale" system — or Samsung POS, for short. Read More
Point-of-sale systems are about as dull as computers can get. With the ability to figure out sums and print out receipts, they're little more than the digivolved versions of calculators (and not the cool, graphing kind either). This drab sector of the tech industry could benefit from something interesting, so Casio is doing its part by announcing upgraded versions of its Android-powered cash register.
The new V-R7000 and V-R7100 terminals improve on the old where it matters. Instead of Gingerbread, these devices are powered by Android 4.2. Sure, that number could be higher, but do these things really need the Google Now Launcher? Read More
When it comes to the checkout lane, we're used to seeing some pretty outdated systems running behind the counter. Most PoS (point-of-sale, guys) systems are still sporting the classic black screen with white boxy text and are both outdated and impractical. Casio thinks that it's time to bring PoS systems out of the stone age, and what better way to do that than with Android?
The new Casio VX-100 is an Android-powered EPoS system that brings with it a whole new way to run the front lines of a retail environment. Since the terminal is running Android, it has access to a slew of useful apps and services, which also makes it infinitely upgradable as finances allow. Read More