Deposita's Digitisor SmartPOS devices can grow your business

Issue 8 2022 Financial (Industry), Asset Management

Over the last few years, consumer buying patterns have dramatically shifted, resulting in the transformation of the payments landscape. Technological advancements have allowed payments to become faster – on both a local and global scale – easier and more convenient.

Recent statistics show that digital payments are growing in demand around the globe and Deposita has developed a new Digitisor Android SmartPOS range to meet this need. The SmartPOS N910 Pro and N700 (printerless) offers seamless payment solutions.

The Digitisor N910 Pro and N700 SmartPOS devices are suited for SMME retailers and suppliers looking to enhance their customer payment experience. The N910 Pro and N700 SmartPOS terminals cover all points of transactions, whether unattended, multi-lane, in-store, outdoor or mobile. They also meet the latest security standards and support any cashless payment method. In addition, their multimedia possibilities offer a rich consumer experience, irrespective of sector or industry.

Key benefits and features

Both Deposita’s flagship N910 Pro and the N700 share the following standard features:

• Fits in the palm of your hand.

• Certified for secure payments.

• Multiple payment options.

• Ultra-thin and lightweight.

• 32-bit ARM Cortex A7 Quad-Core, 1.1 Ghz processor.

• Dual camera supporting 1D/2D code payments.

The Digitisor N910 Pro offers complete payment certification for any business type. It has visual appeal combined with the functional flair of a smart device, with fast transaction processing capabilities. The dual camera supports 1D/2D code payments.

In search of a more affordable way of increasing efficiency at pay point? The Digitisor N700 is optimised for a range of payment methods and offers the perfect flexible payment solution, supporting multiple payment methods at the touch of a button. Featuring a dedicated scan button, one-touch launch, 1D/2D code recognition and convenient 4G/3G/2G connectivity.


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