Toshiba Global Commerce Solutions has expanded its TCxWave point-of-sale (POS) systems that feature the latest sixth generation Intel Core processors, including the i5-6300U processor with Intel vPro technology.
A new preloaded option includes Windows 10 Internet of Things (IoT) innovation.
Toshiba claimed that by incorporating Intel and Microsoft technology into the next generation of Toshiba devices, a retail store can stay ahead in providing customer experience with the latest features and security updates.
Toshiba Global Commerce Solutions R&D and portfolio senior vice-president Gregg Margosian said: “With the Windows 10 pre-load on our new Toshiba POS models, along with Intel processor innovation, our customers have the latest operating system and processor options to choose from across the retail industry.”
TCxWave family adds regular format 14C, E4C, 145 and E45 models and widescreen 15C, E5C, 155, E55 models to incorporate the power of Intel’s 14nm processors, M.2 solid state drives (SSD), and DDR4 for performance up to 40% better than earlier solutions.
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Storage options in all these models include a standard 64GB SSD, which can be upgraded to 128GB or 256GB.
In addition to selected TCxWave models and the TCx 300 and TCx 700 POS systems, Toshiba’s new TCxWave models will offer a pre-loaded option with Windows 10 IoT to unlock new experiences for retailers. These include easy integration of retail peripherals with shorter rollout time, multi-language capability built-in to better support all geographical regions, enhanced features to enable PCI compliance to better protect transactions and shopper data.
POS systems with the Windows 10 IoT pre-load will begin to be shipped during fourth quarter of this year.
Equipped to boost productivity and enhanced security protection, the Intel vPro technology is available in select models across Toshiba’s portfolio of POS systems that include the Intel Core i5 processor.
Toshiba claimed that both traditional POS systems and kiosks with Intel vPro technology can reduce IT costs and complexities for retailers, while enhancing customer experiences.