his single or double deck specialty shuffler will be launched initially in the United States and Europe and marketed through VendingData’s worldwide network of gaming products distributors. ShufflePro is being manufactured in VendingData’s low cost, state-of-the-art facilities in China.
ShufflePro is a high-speed card shuffler designed to handle up to two decks of cards, capable of shuffling the smaller "bridge" cards as well as the larger cards typically used for Blackjack. The shuffler can be configured in an embedded table-top version or as a free standing unit.
Among its many features, the new ShufflePro shuffles using a patented random selection process, Verifies card count on each shuffle, Has indicator lights signaling extra or missing cards, Produces shuffles that are unpredictable, and non-trackable
The ShufflePro increases speed and accuracy, and improves dealer productivity. It utilizes enhanced security and integrity technology, and is user-friendly, with easy-to-read message displays. Because it will be marketed internationally, ShufflePro is designed to run on universal electric power. VendingData will offer customers both purchase and rental plans through its distributor network, as well as service contracts and customer training programs.
"The ShufflePro is the company’s first shuffler built from the ground up by our new engineering and manufacturing team, and is our first shuffler that offers a version that embeds flush with the gaming table. Our design incorporates a smaller footprint relative to the competitive product, thereby enabling our customers to easily retrofit our shuffler into existing gaming tables," commented Peter Zee, VendingData’s VP Manufacturing and Engineering.
"Unit endurance tests on ShufflePro were conducted continuously for the last 4 months and we are very pleased with it’s reliability and performance. Thus far we have received a strong reception for this product during its debut at G2E and the London International Casino Exhibition, and look forward to actively converting that interest into revenues."