The NQuire 750 Stingray uses Android 7.1 OS. With this reliable operating system comes a feature-rich environment for stable apps that are tried and tested. Android 7.1 is an excellent match for the applications most suited to the NQuire 750. Particularly when operating within four walls, fitting the NQuire 750’s PoE (Power over Ethernet) connectivity.
The NQuire 750 Stingray comes with the option of running Newland’s free MDM solution: Ndevor. As a result, the Micro Kiosk lends itself perfectly for the coordination of multiple units. Managing information from a shared database, organizing applications and settings across many individual units, as well as low-touch assistance in troubleshooting can all be managed from a centralized location.
The NQuire 750 Stingray’s slimline and lightweight design is suitable for mounting on any shelf edge. Options to mount the Nquire series range from shelf to wall and free-standing. Its classic Vesa75 configuration also ensures existing industry standard, 3rd party solutions are compatible.
Barcode data capture is at the heart of Newland’s Micro Kiosks and so the NQuire 750 is fitted with their own Megapixel scanning technology. This maintains high standards for the scanning of both large and small 1D & 2D barcodes. The Micro Kiosk further includes optimal settings for reading barcodes presented on smartphone and tablet screens. With the scanner set at a 20° angle, it matches the ergonomics of how the user presents codes for scanning.
The sharp, full-colour screen on the Stingray is perfect for running animations and live recorded videos when not actively being used. With onboard memory, expanded memory and online options, the choice of content to display is virtually limitless.
With WiFi, Ethernet, Powered Ethernet (PoE) and Bluetooth, this Micro Kiosk offers a variety of standard communication possibilities. Additionally, optional 4G means that the NQuire 750 Stingray can communicate and be communicated with, no matter the circumstance. Adding to that the wide variety of data capture options, such as integrated barcode reading, MSR, NFC and low frequency RFID, application possibilities are endless.