CHERRY Introduces the iTransigo™ Mobile Point of Sale Sled

Bringing the power of the mobile Internet to retailers everywhere, the new CHERRY iTransigo™ Mobile Point of Sale Sled, a hand held POS system, features an encrypted magnetic stripe reader, a built-in receipt printer and an optional 2D bar code scanner. The iTransigo™ allows users to "Transact and Go" utilizing an Apple® iPhone® or iPod touch® mobile digital device.

This PCI-compliant solution delivers all the capabilities of traditional, stationary point of sale terminals and can be integrated into existing legacy systems. With thousands of retail point of sale applications available, the iTransigo™ enhances the customer experience. This innovative hand held device assists with comparison pricing, checking inventory or providing additional details on products or services. The iTransigo™ allows quick wireless sales transactions regardless of location.

"Whether your business is retail, hospitality, field service, food delivery, transportation services, stadium concessions or just a weekly farmer's market stand, the CHERRY iTransigo™ provides quick and secure transactions wherever they are needed", according to John Enderlin, CHERRY Sales Manager for Point of Sale Technology.

The CHERRY iTransigo™ is a completely wireless solution, and includes the mobile sled, paper roll, sled battery, battery charger, iPod touch® 4th generation adapter and a user guide. Adding an iPhone® or iPod touch®, with a point of sale app, is all it takes to "Transact and Go". The iTransigo™ will be on display at booth 115 at RetailNOW 2012 at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada, July 31st through August 1st. Additional information is available at www.cherrycorp.com/iTransigo.

Apple®, iPhone® and iPod touch® are trademarks of Apple Inc.®, registered in the U.S. and other countries.

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