InVue’s NE150 vs. NE360: Choosing Your mPOS Display

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When you’re in retail or customer service, striving to create a great experience for your customers – your efforts need to flow right through the customer journey. Your opportunity to win customer’s hearts and minds starts from the time they walk through your door, right through to the point of sale.

At Vitag we partner with InVue to offer New Zealand retail and service businesses a lineup of fantastic POS display solutions. Two of our most popular products are the NE150 and the NE360, and they are quickly stealing the show as retailers’ favourite POS displays.
We’re here to be your trusted guide, dissecting these superstar tablet displays to help you make the best choice for your business.

1. Supports Integrated Payment Terminal

For businesses looking for integrated payment, the NE360 takes the lead with built-in support for an integrated payment terminal, simplifying the payment process for customers. In contrast, the NE150 requires the payment terminal to sit on the counter.

2. Movement of Stand & Mobility

The NE360 offers a versatile rotating stand that can rotate 270° and tilts 30-70 degrees, making it easier for both merchants and customers to interact with the display. The NE150 offers a simpler tilting/flipping screen but then unlocks for a fully mobile point of sale.

3. Size & Colour:

The NE150 boasts a space-saving design with a USB 3.0 data port, making it visually appealing and practical for smaller spaces. It’s also available in either black or white, to fit with the tablet you’re using. On the other hand, the NE360 has a larger, more robust design, which can be ideal for larger retail environments with ample space.

4. Connectivity

The NE150 features a USB-C high-speed port that supports USB 3.0 and offers up to 5Gbps data transfer speed, ensuring quick and efficient data exchange. The NE360 supports USB 2.0 and comes with a USB-A port.

5. Hub Support

The NE360 comes equipped to support InVue’s optional network hub with 3 USB-A ports, 1 USB-C port, and 1 Ethernet port. The NE150 also has the ability to connect accessories and peripherals via its USB-C port, but a customer must provide their own hub if more ports are required.

6. Docking:

The NE360 offers electronic-controlled docking, enhancing security and ease of use. The NE150 uses a magnetic key for docking, making picking up the POS and moving throughout the site easy and flexible.

In summary, the choice between the NE150 and NE360 ultimately comes down to your specific needs and preferences. The NE360 offers integrated payment terminal support, a versatile rotating stand, and a larger design, making it a strong choice for larger spaces where mobility isn’t a priority. Meanwhile, the NE150 provides a visually appealing and space-saving design with excellent connectivity options and mobility.

Regardless of which is right for your business, both systems reflect InVue’s commitment to quality and innovation. The best choice ultimately depends on your business’s unique needs and growth aspirations.

Not sure where to start? Contact our team today, and we can help find the best POS solution to fit your needs.


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