The used books module for Liberty4 Consignment is an add-on module that allows users to quickly enter books with a little help from the Amazon Webservices Book API. The module is great for for either buying books outright or on consignment. It allows you to...
This is the perfect thin client hardware device for running Liberty4 Consignment in the cloud.
Experience no-compromise computing! Compact yet expandable, the Dell Wyse V10LE offers market-leading speed and security, and adapts with ease to ever-changing desktop environments. Built-in Dell Wyse ThinOS provides incredibly fast booting and easy management—an ideal combination for environments in which security is critical. There’s no attack surface to put your data at risk. Easily expand functionality with an optional PC-Card expansion slot and built-in support for dual video. Driven by an energy-saving Via C7 Eden processor, the V10LE delivers an outstanding user experience, along with versatile mounting options to help you save space on your busy desktop.
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If you already have a computer but need just about everything else to open your store, the "Pro Package" is the 'kitchen sink' for new store owners. We can't really think of anything else you might need to get going. With this bundle, you get the following...
Whew! That was a mouthful. Just make sure you have a good computer before you set everything up. If not, you may think about getting one of our Liberator systems.
One more thing, in order to process credit cards, you will need a modem unless you are already hooked into the internet by DSL or cable. We can sell you a modem for $99 which works fine with the credit card processing software. Good news, you won't need to rent or buy one of those expensive credit card terminals you thought you would have to get.
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The PD3000 comes with much functionality that simply is not found in other vendors’ pole displays. “Smart scrolling,” user-definable characters, and a built-in real-time clock are all standard features of the unit’s firmware. The PD3000 is also more visible than its competitors due to a special scratch-resistant lens that has a color optically matched to the light emitted from the vacuum fluorescent display. Like all Logic Controls customer display models, the PD3000 also provides comprehensive and innovative support of different interfaces. Logic Controls was the first to offer port-powered customer displays that use a standard USB port. Models with serial, USB, USB port-powered, parallel and serial or parallel pass-thru interfaces are available.
|Two-line display with twenty 5mm high characters each line|
|Bright green vacuum fluorescent display|
|Better visibility due to optically matched anti-scratch lens and wider character pitch|
|Downloadable command sets and fonts for emulating current and future pole displays|
|Wide choice of interfaces: USB port-powered, USB, serial, parallel and pass-thru|
|Supports OPOS and JPOS drivers and many command sets including Logic Controls, Epson, Partner Tech, Ultimate Technologies, IEE, EMAX, Aedex, or Noritake|
|Universal PD3800 models support a wide variety of languages including English, Spanish, German, French, and Italian|
|Automatic message scrolling and “smart scrolling”|