Conker launches the NS6.VTAP – supporting rapid throughput for large-crowd events

Conker, which provides reliable devices for mobile workforces, has launched the NS6.VTAP designed to enable faster throughput in the hospitality environment.

The device brings together the industry’s smallest handheld 6” rugged Windows tablet with the unique VTAP100 contactless reader from Dot Origin, designed to read mobile passes directly from Apple iPhone, Apple Watch and Google Android NFC devices.

The tough dustproof, drop proof and waterproof devices run on the Windows 10 operating system with a powerful Intel processor. The battery has up to a seven-hour running time, with the screen on and running video. The VTAP100 will read and decrypt mobile pass data from any compatible Apple or Android mobile device. With the ability to set multiple merchant/pass IDs and encryption keys, it can be deployed in many situations.

James Summers, CEO at Conker, said: “This is an exciting new device for the hospitality sector, enabling faster throughput of attendees to an event – from conferences and exhibitions to concerts and sporting events.

“We are delighted to have brought together the compact tablet with the contactless reader creating a seamless and fit-for-purpose device to support hospitality providers when it comes to queue busting and ensuring event attendees or fans have an unforgettable experience. It has become vitally important to manage congestion and the flow of customers to help boost the bottom line.”

All Conker products come with a free one-year ‘Relax’ accidental damage warranty, which means customers are covered on all their devices, whatever happens, no quibbles. Three- and five-year accidental damage warranties are also available with no small print and no exclusions, with comprehensive cover to include fire and theft, batteries, and a 20 percent reduction on fees for full replacements. For further information, please visit



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