Packed with Windows 10, 32 GB of DDR4 memory and the 7th generation of Intel Core processors, the system contains authentication technology such as Device Guard, software that helps IT Managers establish applications on the system to protect against low-level attacks through USB ports, and Credential Guard, which is for user authentication and password protection. It also comes with an optional fingerprint reader.
Other optional features include a standalone or in-column receipt printer, magnetic stripe reader, barcode scanner and customer-facing displays. The ElitePOS is also designed to survive liquid spills thanks to an anodized aluminum chassis that channels liquids away from the screen, and has passed MIL-STD tests.
The HP ElitePOS was initially unveiled last summer, but pricing has not yet been set. The white HP ElitePOS will be available this spring from HP and its channel partners.
HP also revealed a series of new devices Monday, including the premium HP Spectre x360 15 for creatives; the Intel Core-powered HP Envy x2 two-in-one; the collaboration-focused HP Z 3D camera; and the Amazon Alexa-powered HP Pavilion Wave desktop.