Elo Releases Slim Self-Service Stands

For self-ordering, check-in, endless aisle, price verification and loyalty programs.
Elo Releases Slim Self-Service Stands

Elo (Milpitas, CA) announced the release of its new Slim Self-Service Stands for high-traffic public environments, including self-order, wayfinding, endless aisle and customer check-in applications.

The Slim Self-Service Stand builds upon the company's Wallaby stand product line already found globally in quick service restaurant (QSR) chains, movie theaters and sporting arenas. The new Slim Self-Service Stands, available in both countertop and floor models, boast a 23.6% slimmer form factor than Elo’s previous models.

The Slim Self-Service Stand integrates with Elo’s 15- and 22-in. I-Series touchscreen computers, which are available in either Windows or Android models. In addition, Elo Edge ConnectTM accessories allow customers the flexibility to create a tailored solution. The Slim Self-Service Stands enable device mounting in portrait or landscape orientation and offer the flexibility for both countertop and floor stand models. According to Elo, the Slim Self-Service Stand assembles easily and, as an advantage over the Wallaby model, is suited for installments where a printer is not needed.

For more information, visit elotouch.com.

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