The touch screen terminals can now be found in a large number of businesses. Early PC based units with a Windows operating system could be very complicated and prone to crashes usually at very busy times. The new terminals from Quorion, Vectron and Uniwell do not use a Windows based operating system. They do not have the high cost of ownership that comes with the software house products and the ever escalating costs of software support and yearly licence fees which seem to be part of most computer based systems.
Vectron now use Linux operating system that has the feel of Windows but is considerably quicker. The software starts quicker, is more reliable and there is no need for costly training for new staff. The cost of ownership is considerably lower than with a PC based system.
Quorion uses the Linux Operating System which is found on most internet servers. This is a very robust operating system that runs an application written by Quorion which controls all the functions of the terminal. Quorion also provided a free, simple to use utility software package.
Uniwell AX 3000
Vectron Vario II
Quorion QTouch 2