ATM maker Diebold Nixdorf plans to unveil its smallest EMV-enabled payment terminal yet, a self-checkout unit that’s designed to fit into small retail spaces and supports cash, cards and contactless payments, but lacks a magnetic stripe reader, the company said in a Jan. 9 press release.

The Extreme Self-Checkout Concept is less than 10 inches wide, or 1.5 times the width of a U.S. dollar bill, and can be configured to serve as a retail payment terminal or an ATM with various additional payment services when linked to a Diebold Nixdorf mobile app, according to the release.

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