IRVINE, CA. July 10, 2012. Cybernet, the pioneer in all-in-one PC technology, has just released their first all-in-one PC designed for Point of Sale (POS) applications, the iPOS-G45. The iPOS-G45 brings a new level of power and performance increasingly required for POS software applications, while providing a broad range of new and legacy ports to support peripherals at the point of sale. Cybernet’s iPOS-G45 uses the latest Intel G45 Express Chipset for maximum processing power; supports up to 8GB of DDR3 memory; and has an industrial-grade resistive touch screen that withstands up to 10 million touches.
Since 1996, Cybernet has been designing and producing all-in-one PCs
that are contained within a keyboard
or LCD monitor, customized in accordance with specifications unique to their customers’ industry and business operations. Cybernet is focused on several vertical markets: retail, health care, banking, government and education. In designing the iPOS-G45, Cybernet worked with POS system integrators and retailers to identify the best performance specifications and features that were needed to not only sustain POS operations, but to make the process more efficient, reliable, and user-friendly.
Says Cybernet Senior Vice-President Ali A. Bagheri, "When we looked at the Point of Sale market, we discovered that these systems had become slow and outdated. Many new software applications were being developed for POS, but the computer hardware performance wasn’t keeping up. On top of that, many POS systems still use legacy parallel ports and serial ports for their critical peripherals. Finally, end users were becoming more sophisticated and accustomed to using touch screen technology, so it has to be robust. So, we designed an all-in-one PC that addresses all of these shortcomings.”
Cybernet will be working through POS system integrators to deliver the iPOS-G45 to the retail
, hospitality, and government markets. Specifications, photos, and more information about Cybernet’s iPOS-G45 can be found at the product page
on their website. Also visit Cybernet’s Facebook
pages for news and updates on the iPOS-G45.