In July 2022 WizarPOS launched the smart Android Kiosk a versatile android kiosk. The model number of the new Kiosk is D22 and it is aimed at Omni payments.
The kiosk is certified under PCI, EMV, and mainstream contactless payment networks. The D22 accepts omni-payments on a multi-touch screen with an EMV card reader and virtual pin pad, or via barcode scanning. This allows for a more seamless transaction process, within a short time, and all on one device.
There are a 33-inch model and a 22-inch model, and custom sizes can be ordered. The entire system is deployed and managed in the cloud, on a Terminal Management System (TMS). The all-in-one kiosk has what the company describes as hassle-free troubleshooting, downloads, and upgrades all over the air. There is Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth connectivity, as well as 4G and Ethernet accessibility as options to help with connectivity.
WizarPOS is working with the Android-only open platform and product development. They have shipped over three million devices over five continents. The flagship module Android POS terminals, Q1 and Q2 enable mobile banking and digital Point-of-Sale systems for catering, and retail, as well as transit sectors in many markets.
Kaishen Zhu, the co-founder, and CEO of WizarPOS, remarks, “Unattended, Contactless, and QR code payments have skyrocketed during and after the pandemic. We acknowledge this trend and listen to our clients. Thanks to our in-house R&D team, the feature-rich D22 kiosk satisfies every demand from consumers, merchants, and service providers. It’s safe, future-proof, and efficiently powered on the latest Android platform. I anticipate its wide use in any unattended service verticals, such as restaurants, retail, ticketing, carwashing, parking, and tourist centers.”
For further reading on the WizarPOS Android Kiosk see the product page here.
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