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Salto Systems launch XS4 Mini website

SALTO Systems has launched a dedicated website for its brand new XS4 Mini access control solution. The new website has been designed to provide the ultimate user-friendly experience and allow visitors to discover everything about the new XS4 Mini.

June 24, 2014  By Staff

The website is available in English, Dutch, Norwegian and Danish languages, with German, French, Italian, Swedish, Spanish and French versions following soon.

With video, an overview of its design, technology and security features, a gallery of images, and technical specifications it allows customers to access detailed product information on this ground breaking new product.

The website has been designed using the latest technology and using augmented reality incorporates a handy 360° viewer allowing you to see a virtual preview of how the XS4 Mini product will look on a door from any angle. Just download the XS4 Mini App (iOs, Android) to your phone or tablet and preview how the different models will look in any installation.

The XS4 Mini’s compact size combined with a modern LED aesthetic also marks a new design language from SALTO that the market will increasingly see in coming months. Designed to take building security to a new level, XS4 Mini enables users to secure and control any door quickly and effectively. And installing XS4 Mini couldn’t be simpler, just remove the existing handle set and install. No complicated retrofit required.

More advanced than any other electronic lock on the market, XS4 Mini has been designed to cover users  security needs today and future needs tomorrow. It is compatible with the SALTO Virtual Network and SALTO Wireless Network, as well as multiple types of RFID technology, including NFC.

Marc Handels, Chief Marketing & Sales Officer (CMSO) SALTO Systems, says “Great design and great technical features have always been a hallmark of SALTO products. With XS4 Mini, we’ve raised the bar on this already high standard thanks to XS4 Mini’s compact size and outstanding functionality.”

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