It’s time: the REA T3 has its test in the real life passed. After a test period of about two weeks, we asked the leader about their experiences with the REA T3. Tags here: functionality and ergonomics, design and overall impression. We have every reason to rejoice: the REA T3 has passed its market maturity test. Our customers enjoy it, how comfortable are the terminals to handle and how quickly they settle payments.
Two major innovations of the REA T3 are recognizable at first glance: the newly designed cable routing and the redesigned keypad. Both were well-received the terminal lead the safe and stable, the illuminated buttons are comfortable and intuitive to use and comply with the SEPA guidelines for the single euro payments area. The experiences of our customers help us very, to further develop the REA T3 for the big launch in the market and to make even easier to operate. For example we take care now, the paper receipts can be tearing off. As the new Plug-in card reader works, we tell now exactly in the Guide, FAQs, and soon also animated on the display of the REA T3. Among other things a REA T3 are pro and a REA T3 flex for some time in the traditional Angel pharmacy at the Darmstadt Luisenplatz, germ cell of Merck KGA. As a long-time customer of REA card pharmacy two their busy selling courses has provided the Angels with a stationary and a mobile REA T3.
Several employees have tested the new Terminal generation critically and were completely satisfied: display and keypad legible, function keys and numeric keypad easy to handle, speedy and well managed settlement of EC and credit card payments the Angel pharmacy is pleased to be able to provide their clients with the REA T3 special service for cashless payments. So even Mr. Daniel Ebrahimi, commented pharmacy responsible for the supervision of the technical infrastructure of the angels and thus also for the pilot customer usage: we have REA T3 with us in use and with the new Terminal very satisfied. We were happy to act for REA card as a pilot customer and intense and critical to test the new Terminal generation.