McDonald's Partners with Telpo for Self-Service Ordering Kiosk
McDonald's Partners with Telpo for Self-Service Ordering Kiosk

QSR chain McDonald’s has partnered with China-based terminal solutions manufacturer Telpo to provide a customized, 27-inch self-service ordering kiosk called the Telpo K20 at McDonald’s store.

According to the report, customers can see and choose what they want, including ingredients and sauces, through the touchscreen display.

The kiosk also provides optional payment accessories, including the contactless card reader, a 3D structured light camera, QR code payment, NFC payment and face recognition payment.

An 80mm thermal printer with an auto-cutter provides a printing speed of 150mm/second and a maximum of up to 220mm/second. At the same time, multi-language and multi-font printing makes receipts an advertising tool.

Without adding any selector switch, the operating system can be switched between Windows and Android operating systems.

Telpo has offices in India, as well as branches in Hong Kong, Nigeria, the U.S. and Sri Lanka.

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