|Manufacturer||E la Carte|
The Intel-powered wireless Presto tablet by E la Carte is designed for restaurants. Presto integrates with a restaurant’s Point of Sale (POS) System. Presto’s touchscreen allows guests to view menu items, order, play games, and pay their check. It also allows guests to split the bill.
The seven-inch tablet sits on a stand and has a LED light, credit card reader, and a rechargeable removable battery that lasts up to 20 hours. Presto is also PCI PA-DSS 2.0 certified. Furthermore, the tablet contains an Intel Atom processor.
The Presto’s LED light is located at the top of the tablet. The LED light changes colors to indicate the different stages of the guest dining process. For example, a blue light will appear after guests have placed their order and a green light will show indicating that the guest has paid their check.
The tablet also has a removable battery. The battery holds a 20-hour charge and is placed in charging racks for six hours.
Presto tablets run andorid but with Exclusive software that is integrated with the restaurant's Point of Sale systems in order to process orders and transactions. Presto also contains premium content, such as games, for guests while they wait for their food. There are different games designed for the single user, groups, and families.
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