That old and dusty cash register is going to become a thing of the past if eBay's PayPal has any say in the matter. The company recently announced a PayPal Here solution for offline businesses to make use of the Apple iPad as a cash register. However, the company is a little late to the iPad-inspired point-of-sale revolution. In the video, Fool contributor Steve Heller sits down with Erin Miller to discuss what makes PayPal stand out against competitors.

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The article PayPal Kills the Cash Register originally appeared on Fool.com.

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