DLI released the DLI 9000 rugged mobile tablet for retail applications.
The rugged tablet, in-vehicle computer, and mobile POS device manufacturer unveils its new 9000 rugged tablet and 5-in-1 mobile payment module option. Designed by DLI, this exclusive 5-in-1 payment module includes a magstripe, debit pin pad, contactless payment (NFC), EMV, and barcode scanning. The DLI 9000 rugged tablet helps to capture the customer and complete the sale.
Built on standard PC architecture, the DLI 9000 rugged tablet enables you to deploy the same POS applications that reside on the fixed station terminals bridging the gap between you and customer. This platform offers increased flexibility in the management and maintenance of both OS images (Windows or Android) and OPOS/JPOS compliant drivers.
Other key features of the DLI 9000 rugged tablet include:
Housed in an impact-resistant IP54 enclosure, DLI has successfully merged the industrial requirements of a rugged tablet with the sleek design desired by the retail market revolutionizing the tablet industry. Its lightweight design, weighing in at less than two pounds, and large industrial rated 9.7" indoor/outdoor LCD touchscreen, allows you to easily go to the customer with full portable payment processing. The DLI 9000 rugged tablet offers your customer a secure and convenient way to pay with a PCI compliant debit pin pad and integrated TPM chip set.
- Choice of operating systems, including Windows 7 Pro/Ultimate, Windows Embedded 7, Windows Embedded POS Ready 7, Android 4.0 ICS
- Multiple radios communications, including WiFi a/b/g/n radio, Gobi 3000 cellular independence, Bluetooth, GPS capabilities
- A variety of ports, including (1) USB 2.0, (1) HDMI, (2) I/O, (2) RF pass through connections to the cradle
The DLI 9000 rugged tablet delivers the flexibility, reliability and return on investment that today's retail operations demand. Designed, manufactured in United States, the DLI 9000 rugged tablet will be available for delivery to both end users and resellers starting the end of Q2 2012.