Anthro Corporation, Technology Furniture®, the Portland, Oregon manufacturer of furniture for technology, presents the Shop About
a mobile line busting POS cart available with or without integrated power.
The Shop About comes standard with a removable shopping bag holder for storage that mounts on the left or the right of the retail cart. Flip-up shelves are mounted at the left and right of the cash wrap and add extra space for bagging. A shelf above the work surface is provided for the customer to write out their transactions. An adjustable-height inboard shelf provides storage space for receipt rolls, shopping bags, and other supplies. This line busting cart has four robust 5” locking casters for easy steering, to move the wireless register cart to the customer. Grommets in the upper and lower shelves route cables from shelf to shelf inside the enclosure. Customize this portable cash station when ordering in quantities by changing features such as color, size, and adding available accessories.
Shop About with the optional power feature can be moved to wherever a mobile cash register stand is needed without the limitations of a power cord. The battery Power Pack will power a cash register for 10-12 hours, and equipment can obtain power from five 120V receptacles. The battery is easily recharged by a standard electrical outlet, and accepts an 80% recharge in approximately 3 hours; 100% recharge in 5 hours.
The Shop About measures 37” wide with the flip-up shelves down, 61.5” wide with the shelves flipped-up. The main cash register surface is 32” high and the customer transaction counter shelf is at the 41” height and is 10” deep. Constructed of solid steel with a durable powder coat finish, this cart will hold up to 150 pounds. The steel frame is silver in color, and the shelves are one inch thick 45 lb., industrial-grade, high density particle board shelves that have high pressure, scratch resistant laminate, and are Blanc in color. Curved steel modesty panels give privacy and protection as well as providing a clean look. Shop About ships assembled.
Anthro Corp. was founded in 1984. Anthro
provides furniture for technology for the retail, engineering, business, medical, government, education, and home markets.