With a portable card payment machine from TRANSAX, you can process payments anywhere on your premises thanks to the Bluetooth connection. They’re lightweight but tough, and handle all cards efficiently with rapid receipt delivery.
Want more? Well, our portable card machines can also deal with refunds and cashback, as well as restaurant-friendly function. For example, added tips and table numbers for each transaction.
For no-fuss versatility and ease of use, our portable card payment machines are hard to beat.
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The iWL252 is one of the world’s smallest and lightest card machines on the market. From pay-at-table to taking payments at the bar or reception, its wide back-lit keypad display and colour LCD screen allow easy reading and use in any environment.
Available with contactless and mobile payments as standard, the Bluetooth connection means the machine can be taken to your customer – in your premises – to accept payment (within 100m radius of the base station).
Rugged enough to cope with the toughest working environment, the Bluetooth connection uses a base station that connects to the payments network via an IP/Broadband or standard telephone line (PSTN).
The card machine has been designed for portability and has an extensive battery life with a high speed printer capable of printing 30 lines per second – almost halving standard printing time!
The Vx680 is the most compact, full-function, handheld card machine from Verifone. The machine is packed with performance from the large, colour touch screen to the built in spill resistant and blue backlit keypad. It is also contactless enabled for tap and go payments. The Vx680 can handle fast transactions in any business from bars to restaurants and can be taken to your customer – in your premises – to accept payment.
The Vx680 has a Bluetooth connection to give you point of sale payment within your premises (within a 100m radius of the base station). It uses a base station that connects to the payments network via an IP/Broadband or standard telephone line (PSTN).
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“I like the reliability of knowing we’ve got a decent card machine and our customers aren’t going to have any problems with the payment going through” (November 2015)