ComicSuite POS Gives Away A Free PC To Retailers

Diamond are giving retailers a nice Christmas surprise if they sign up to the ComicSuite Point Of Sale computerised system for managing stock and ordering new product for their stores.

Firstly, they are pointing out that the price goes up on January 1st.

But secondly that retailers who order the system get a new PC to work it from.

The ComicSuite Premium Bundle provides everything a specialty market retailer needs in a POS system, including an Upgraded PC with built-in Touch Screen Monitor. Effective immediately, that PC will be an HP RP7 Retail System, Model 7800, configured with a 320GB 7200 RPM SATA 2.5 Hard Drive, an Intel Core i3-2120 CPU, and 2GB DDR3-1600 SODIMM (1x2GB) RAM. Plus, these HP components come with a free on-site HP warranty program!

They are also throwing in the pole display, keyboard with a credit card reader, receupt printer, cash drawer, barcode scanner and the rest.

The whoile system will set retailers back $3,300 this year for the “Premium Bundle”. But that also comes with a sizable selection of free graphic novels from participating publishers.

You can see it in action here.

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