Awards

2017-05-31

Datavan’s stunning POS terminal wins 2017 Computex d&i award for design and innovation

Modular design and unified interface
A unified touchscreen user interface across devices cuts staff training expenses and reduce costly errors. The “building block” modular design allows Tango terminals to adapt to customer needs by adding or removing functions as required, thanks to modules such as secure payment, customer display, barcode reading, and management.
 
Optional hardware features include a 10 inch secondary LCD or VFD customer display; and identification via fingerprint, RFID or iButton. The Tango Pay contactless reader can support MSR and EMV SCR, with EMV level 1/2 approval – ensuring fast, safe and secure payments.
 
Strong hardware foundation
Internally, Tango terminals are based on Intel® embedded platform technology for full compatibility with the widest range of software and development tools, including Windows 10 IoT Enterprise and other Windows versions, as well as Linux.
 
The fanless low-noise Tango 615W and 617W feature the Intel® Celeron® J1900 CPU at 2.4GHz. Some forthcoming models, such as the Tango 815W and 817W offer powerful 6th Gen Intel® Core™ CPUs. Connectivity and expansion options include seven USB ports (2x USB 3.0), two DB9 COM/Serial connectors for legacy hardware support, Gigabit Ethernet, HDMI, and 12/24V RJ12 cash drawer connector. IP65 front bezel protection guards against dust and liquid spills to prolong operating life.