Anyone looking for an affordable point-of-sale system with optional cloud data storage, may be interested in a new piece of hardware that is powered by the awesome Raspberry Pi mini PC and called the FusePOS.
The FusePOS has been designed for small businesses to keep start-up costs low while providing a versatile yet affordable hardware solution, that can be used either as a stand-alone device or linked using cloud integration.
The FusePOS system is currently under development and is looking to raise £3,500 to take the project to the next level. Its creator Niall Doherty explains little more about the system.
“Point of sale software / systems are generally really expensive. Small businesses have to really consider their initial costs when starting business. We want to make one of those consideration much easier, using the amazingly verstetile yet low cost and affordable Raspberry Pi as a foundation we can bring to market a low cost, simple effective Point of Sale system.
We have 3 ways that FusePOS can be used. Stand alone, Cloud, or Stand Alone + Cloud Integration (more details below). Along with releasing a commercial FusePOS we also plan to release a community, feature delayed version available for free work has begun on this.”
For more information on the new FusePOS hardware powered by the Raspberry Pi jump over to the Kickstarter website for details and to make a pledge via the link below.
Source: KickstarterFiled Under: Concepts & Design, Hardware, Top News