ELIOS by AURES: an elegant slimline design
Now available with optional Integrated Customer Display
With Intel Atom architecture, a slimline 'all-in-one' format and a fanless design that provides excellent resistance in adverse environments, ELIOS is suitable for all types of retail and service applications.
The highly compact steel base ensures optimum stability of the terminal on the counter and also acts as a heatsink. What is more, the hard disk is located in a completely separate compartment to the motherboard, further helping to minimise the risk of the system overheating.
The terminal is also available with an optional SSD flash drive.
The smooth lines of this integrated cash desk EPOS system, gracefully offset by Black Piano lacquer styling (to the rear of the terminal, on the articulated stand and new customer display), blend in perfectly with any checkout environment.
ELIOS key features
- Ruggedised fanless design
- Steel base provides optimum stability and acts as a heatsink.
- 2GB RAM
- Hard disk and motherboard housed separately (minimising the risk of overheating)
- Optional SSD flash drive
- Integrated HSD Exclusive systems management solution
- Optional customer display (2 lines x 20 characters)
Founded in 1989 and listed on Euronext Paris since 1999, the Group manufactures point of sale terminals and systems, as well as related peripherals. Acclaimed for its excellent reliability, this PC-based, open-system EPOS hardware is designed to provide management and till functions in specialist food and non-food stores, retail outlets, superstores, the catering and hospitality industry - and all other points of sale and service. Offering POS equipment featuring innovative designs and a wide range of fully interchangeable colours, the AURES Group is positioned as the most creative leader in its field. Distribution of AURES' EPOS hardware is based out of the Group's headquarters in France, its three subsidiaries in the United Kingdom, Germany and the USA, and a distributor network present in over fifty countries.
*Electronic Point of Sale terminals
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