The NQuire 350 Skate is armed with a 2D omni-directional scan engine. Its megapixel scanner easily reads barcodes, no matter the size or material that it's been printed on. A 20 degree angle of the reader makes scanning larger products comfortable. For digital barcodes, this same tilt guides each user to present their smart phone at the optimal angle to combat reflection.
Running on Android 7.1, the NQuire 350 Skate ensures intuitive navigation to your customers and your team. Looking up product information, scanning tickets or checking prices is quick and simple. Meanwhile software and development possibilities are as powerful and widespread as they are in larger equivalents.
Newland's MDM Ndevor, included with each NQuire 350 Skate, makes updating and maintaining devices even easier by connecting them to a cloud- based configuration and monitoring tool.
The NQuire 350 Skate is equipped with a variety of features that make it easy to adapt the micro kiosk to your application. The device has a built-in RFID reader and data can be transmitted through Ethernet, WiFi and Bluetooth. An external USB and GPIO port provides the possibility to connect an external device, such as a handheld scanner.
With its small footprint and VESA 75 compliant design, the NQuire 350 Skate can be mounted on any shelf, pole or wall.
The NQuire 350 Skate’s embedded CIT emulation program means the device can emulate the exact functions of the NQuire 200 series. Enabling prior customers to explore what's possible with Android while they continue their existing processes.