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ELO 1739L 17″ POS Open Frame Touchmonitor Review

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elo1739lCompany: ELO TouchSystems
Product: 1739L 17″ LCD Open-Frame Touchmonitor
Price Range: $540 – $605
Where To Buy: All Things POS, eCost, POS World

ELO 1739L POS Open Frame Touchmonitor Overview

The 1739L touchmonitor combines the reliable performance of touch technology with the latest advances in LCD display design. The 17” screen of the 1739L incorporates a color matrix thin-film-transistor (TFT) that provides a wide viewing angle while producing high quality, crisp graphics. ELO has put some great features with the 1739L including plug & play compatibility and on screen display controls (OSD) that are automatically memorized to save even if the unit loses power. The 1739L is sealed from liquids, dirt and dust using a virtually invisible watertight seal. The ELO 1739L touchmonitor offers future panel improvements can be done without external changes which makes it a great long term investment for the POS industry.
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ELO 1537L 15″ POS Open Frame Touchmonitor Review

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elo1537lCompany: ELO TouchSystems
Product: 1537L 15″ POS Open Frame Touchmonitor
Price Range: $475 – $520
Where To Buy: POS World, CDW, All Things POS

ELO 1537L 15″ POS Open Frame Touchmonitor Overview

ELO’s 1537L Touchmonitor has a unique open frame design to ensure long lasting product life. This enclosure technology allows for future panel changes or improvements without any external changes. The 1537L has multiple mounting options and features an injected molded minibezel with a watertight seal. ELO offers the 1537L with your choice of touch technology making it a universal choice among numerous point of sale businesses.
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ELO 1729L 17″ Multifunction Touchmonitor Review

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elo1729lCompany: ELO TouchSystems
Product: 1729L 17″ Multifunction Desktop Touchmonitor
Price Range: $640 – $660
Where To Buy: Newegg, BarCode Giant, Keenzo

ELO 1729L 17″ Multifunction Touchmonitor Overview

The ELO 1729L is a compact, attractive solution for POS applications. The 1280×1024 resolution combined with a remarkable contract ratio delivers precise, clear graphics for improved readability. The 1729L offers optional peripherals including vacuum fluorescent rear facing LED customer display, magnetic stripe reader, speaker bar with or without a built in barcode scanner and a biometric fingerprint recognition device. The surface wave technology of the 1529L uses a glass screen for premium performance with both bare and gloved fingers.
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ELO 1715L 17″ POS Touchmonitor Review

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elo1715l_1_pCompany: ELO TouchSystems
Product: 1715L 17″ LCD Desktop Touchmonitor
Price Range: $575 – $640
Where To Buy: CDW, Keenzo, POS Guys

ELO 1715L 17″ POS Touchmonitor Overview

ELO’s 1715L desktop touchmonitor packs the traditional reliability and quality of all ELO touchscreens. This 17” POS touchmonitor is designed to provide cost effective solutions for systems integrators and VARs. The 1715L is available with IntelliTouch Surface Wave Technology, AccuTouch Five-Wire Resistive Technology or Acoustic Pulse Recognition Technology that will benefit any point of sale business. ELO includes the option for stable tabletop security or VESA mounting options making it easy to install in any location.
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ELO 1522L Multifunction 15″ POS Touchmonitor Review

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elo1522l_1_pCompany: ELO TouchSystems
Product: 1522L Multifunction 15″ LCD Desktop Touchmonitor
Price Range: $480 – $585
Where To Buy: POS World, NetSys POS, My POS Terminal

ELO 1522L Multifunction 15″ POS Touchmonitor Overview

The 1522L desktop touchmonitor designed by ELO is perfect for any POS application. The sleek design combine with hidden cable management make this a cost effective, space saving investment. The 1522L offers the option for a 3 track magnetic stripe reader that is easily installed by the end user providing an even more sleek design. ELO offers a choice of touch technologies with the 1522L including IntelliTouch surface acoustic wave, AccuTouch five-wire resistive, CarrollTouch Infrared, Surface Capacitive, and Acoustic Pulse Recognition.
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