The IBM 4695 Family were the first IBM Point of Sale machines with touchscreen technology. Typically used in the hospitality industry, the 4695 models were based on the Infrared touch technology, which was extremely more reliable than other touch technologies such as Capacitive and Resistive. The 4695 series is considered Legacy equipment, but Retail Tech, Inc. stocks whole machines and parts and we are able to repair main boards and LCDs.
A wide range of POS peripherals can be connected to the 4695 terminals, including a cash drawer, customer display, MSR, etc.
|IBM 4695-002||Distributed Monochrome Touch Terminal|
|IBM 4695-012||Distributed Color Touch Terminal|
|IBM 4695-022||Distributed Touch Terminal with a 12.1″ passive color LCD display|
|IBM 4695-032||Distributed Touch Terminal with a 10.4″ active matrix color LCD display|
|IBM 4695-201||Integrated Monochrome Touch Terminal|
|IBM 4695-211||Integrated Color Touch Terminal|
|IBM 4695-321||Integrated Touch Terminal/Controller with a 12.1″ passive color LCD display and a 166 Mhz processor|
|IBM 4695-322||12.1″ Passive Touch Terminal, 200MHz Processor, 32Mb Memory|
|IBM 4695-324||12.1″ Passive Touch Terminal, K62-300 MHz Processor, 32Mb Memory, 6Gb Hard Drive or larger|
|IBM 4695-331||Integrated Touch Terminal/Controller with a 10.4″ active matrix color LCD display and a 166 Mhz processor|
|IBM 4695-342||12.1″ Active Touch Terminal, 200MHz Processor, 32Mb Memory|
|IBM 4695-344||12.1″ Active Touch Terminal, K62-300 MHz Processor, 32Mb Memory, 6Gb Hard Drive or larger|