Tuesday, August 17, 2021

iMin mobile POS terminal is built for food to go


The past 18 months have brought new dimensions to the concept of thinking on your feet, especially in the restaurant business. 

Home deliveries have expanded and even become the norm in some cases. Customers have also learned about the advantages of "grab and go" takeouts. And even now after most restaurants have reopened for indoor dining, staffers often arrive at your table to take orders and process payments using portable terminals. 

Restaurant technology is also adapting to the newer and more mobile environment. One example is the new M2 Max mobile point-of-sale terminal from iMin. It's a terminal designed specifically for food delivery and mobile order management.

The M2 Max features an 8-inch color touch screen that's significantly larger than most mobile POS devices. Inside is an 8 Core ARM processor that runs 3 times faster than the average for chips used in comparable applications. The M2 Max also has a built-in Seiko printer that can spit out a paper receipt at 100mm per second.

The device weights 598 grams -- a little over one pound -- and uses a rechargeable battery making it adaptable to a variety of situations. It can be mounted on a wall, placed on a countertop or brought along on a delivery run. 

The M2 Max runs the Android 11 GO operating system with a custom user interface. It accepts digital payments from mobile phones and it can scan QR codes.  

For a closer look, check out the video below and visit the iMin website where you can download product catalogs and operating manuals for many of iMin's products.

You can follow the company online at FacebookInstagram (@imin_tech), and LinkedIn.


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