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Lead Story

What will be in merchants' stockings this year - caviar or coal?


Industry Update

Farewell PABP, hello PA DSS

Visa, AmEx settlement no biggie for merchants

More public steps for bankcard heavyweights

Optimal socked by Internet gambling regs

Go international in real-time

It sings, it instructs, it's a gift card

Mobile checkout moving up


Data breaches pique interest

Travis K. Kircher

Growing on the 'Inside'


Art imitates life or does life imitate art?

Patti Murphy
The Takoma Group

Stay ahead with a checklist

Biff Matthews
CardWare International


Street SmartsSM:
We're all in the PCI loop, like it or not

Dee Karawadra
Impact PaySystem

What to watch in the coming months

Rob Drozdowski
Electronic Transactions Association

Using e-mail effectively: Copy and design

Nancy Drexler
Marketing Moguls

Security breaches costly to all

David Mertz
Compliance Security Partners LLC

Turning negatives into positives

Steve Schwimmer
Renaissance Merchant Services

Opportunity knocks at your online door

Curt Hensley
CSH Consulting Inc.

Liability limbo: Where will you land?

Adam Atlas
Attorney at Law

Company Profile

FirstView Financial LLC


New Products

A cherry of a keyboard

Cherry LPOS Qwerty Keyboard
Cherry Corp.

Sign on the dotted line - online

ContractPal Inc.


Holiday survival guide





Resource Guide


A Bigger Thing

The Green Sheet Online Edition

November 26, 2007  •  Issue 07:11:02

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New Products

A cherry of a keyboard

Product: Cherry LPOS Qwerty Keyboard

A Qwerty keyboard is the standard keyboard in use today. Qwerty simply stands for the first six letters on the upper left hand row of your keyboard. The LPOS in the Cherry line is what gives distinction to Cherry's new keyboard.

The Cherry LPOS Qwerty keyboard, distributed by BlueStar, has all the functionality of a POS keyboard with the added value of a commercial keyboard, according to Cherry. The Cherry LPOS is multifunctional, with enhanced 131/127 position key layout and enhanced multifunctional yellow status light-emitting diodes for improved visibility in artificial lighting.

It is unparalleled in alphanumeric data entry, and it is fully programmable, Cherry noted.

It features plug-and-play configuration and singular function enhancement with "Cherry Tools" virtual programming, which provides quick product set-up, program configuration and remote installation.

As with all Cherry POS keyboards, the new LPOS product line is fully compatible with Microsoft Corp.'s WEPOS operating system.

The LPOS also provides 42 "relegendable" keys that enable users to move letters, numbers and symbols around.

Manufactured by Cherry Electrical Products, the North American division of global computer keyboard supplier Cherry Corp., the LPOS has optional components.

It can be configured with a high-resolution touchpad that ensures easy cursor navigation on a minimal desktop surface. Or, a three-track, bi-directional, mag-stripe reader can be added that has aural and visual indicators when a successful card swipe occurs.

The Cherry LPOS is spill and dust resistant. And it's durable, too, able to withstand 25 million keystroke punches.

It is designed for POS such environments as retail, hospitality, airline, postal service and car rental, as well as for point of service applications in the banking, government, health care, education and transportation sectors.

Cherry Corp.

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