At my company we're developing a web-based POS (Point of Sale) system software. It is intended for being accessed through a traditional desktop computer, a POS touch-screen computer or a handheld device (a tablet or a big smartphone).
At some points in the interface the user may be presented with information about other users that are currently accessing the system. A common piece of information about another user is the type of device he is using, and here we only need to make a distinction between handheld and not handheld devices.
I would like to know if there exists a word that specifically designates "not handheld" devices of any kind or, if such word doesn't exist, what would be an appropriate expression. The expression should be such that users readily understand that it can refer to both a traditional desktop (with a non-touch screen, a keyboard and a mouse) or a POS computer. At the moment I'm just using "Desktop" but I think that some or most users would think that a POS computer is not a desktop.
Any thoughts on this?