The Nautilus Hyosung Halo II ATM is now available for sale.
As you can see, the Halo II keypad has a LED light that outlines the keys. This replaced the glowing keypad area of the original Halo. The Halo line of ATMs are the first new design of an ATM in at least 2 years now. Check back as the Nautilus Hyosung Halo II page is updated.
Nautilus Hyosung began operations around the year 2000 in South Korea. In two years they had imported 30,000 ATM machines into the US. In 2005, Nautilus Hyosung began outsourcing their manufacturing facilities to produce brand name ATM's for other companies. Tranax was once affiliated with Nautilus Hyosung as Nautilus manufactured Tranax machines. This is where the Mini Bank line of machines began being produced. In 2008, both manufacturers went their separate ways forming new companies. Nautilus Hyosung became Nautilus Hyosung America Inc. which now manufacturers the Halo II and NH2700. Nautilus Hyosung America is located in Irving, Texas. A warranty is available for Nautilus Hyosung machines that cover parts and labor. This warranty is available for ten percent of your surcharge.
We have sold many NH 1800se machines. However this ATM has been discontinued. The NH 1800se has been retired in favor of the Halo II. If you decide to purchase a Nautilus Hyosung, we recommend purchasing the Halo II now. ATMmachine.com has a great price on the Halo II. This NH 1800 link is for archive purposes only.NH 1800se
Nautilus Hyosung designed the Halo II to be more of an entry level ATM, while the NH 2700ce is the next step up. A waterproof NH 2700 with a surround TTW kit is available called the 2700T. Nautilus Hyosung manufactures the NH 2700 series ATM in various configurations which includes the NH2700 shell ATM. The NH2700 shell does not have a cash dispenser unit (CDU) included. An ATM owner can use an older compatible CDU from a Nautilus machine and install it in the NH2700 shell. This can save a few hundred dollars off the price of a new NH2700.NH 2700ce