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Ask Slashdot: An Open Handheld Terminal For Retail Stores? 114

Posted by timothy
from the give-in-to-hegemony dept.
Evil Al writes "From the ubiquitous Verifone card terminals to the fancy Apple Store terminals, point-of-sale devices are everywhere. But does anyone know of an open terminal (with printer + Wi-Fi), preferably running Linux, that we can use to run a custom application for retail, made by a reputable manufacturer?"
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