Ave Investments, Inc announced POSmicro Worlds Smallest POS “Green” Computer.

POSmicro-POS-Green-ComputerAve Investments, Inc announced POSmicro, smallest POS “Green” Computer, utilizing Intel® Atom™ technology , it comes with 2 LAN adapters and can run both as a POS device and Server.

POSmicro retail hardened aluminum housing has no fan or power supply.

POSmicro POS “Green” Computer

  • 1.6 Ghz Intel® Atom™ fanless processor
  • 1 GB RAM – upgradable to 2 GB
  • 160GB Hard Drive
  • (4) USB, (2) RS232, (2) LAN, VGA
  • Standard 5v DC Power Adapter
  • Compact Flash
  • Size: 4.5”w 6.5”d 1.5”h
  • VESA mount to flat screen displays

“We have lowered our costs by bringing much of the manufacturing in house”, states Ted AveLallemant, President “and we used our innovation and POS skills to design POSmicro to fit into standard APG and MMF cash drawers with customized cable and power management”.

The $499. POSmicro comes with a 3 year replacement warranty.

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