Yellowfin Distribution and Bluebird to showcase new line of POS terminals

Mobile POS device that's capturing attention

Yellowfin Distribution and Bluebird announced today that they will be showcasing their new line of Pidion-branded mobile POS terminals including the MT760 at the NRF Big Show in New York City, January 12-13, 2013. The MT760 is a rugged mobile terminal that can accept payments from any type of credit card as well as contactless payments. It also has a built-in printer and features a bright 4” capacitive touch screen using Bluebird’s patented EyelluminateTM display technology. Options include a choice of WLAN radio, 802.11b/g/n, and Bluetooth.

According to John Gibson, VP and GM of Yellowfin, one of the real advantages of the MT760 is the built-in security. “The MT760 meets all of the current PCI requirements for secure transactions including the use of the mandated open protocol and secure reading and exchange of data – or SRED – modules,” Gibson said. “It is PCI and EMV certified and uses the strongest encryption algorithms available to help ensure secure transactions.”

“The MT760 is a continuation of Bluebird’s innovation in the mobile POS market,” said Frank Borghese, VP of Sales for Yellowfin. “Last year at NRF the BIP-1500, which is the only hybrid handheld computer and mobile POS device I know of really captured everyone’s attention,” Borghese said. “Given the anticipated growth of mobile POS in the retail industry, I think we are very well positioned for growth with these purpose-built devices.”

Bluebird and Yellowfin will be displaying their Pidion branded tablets, mobile POS terminals, and other AIDC products in booth 2759.

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