Tag Archives: tablet kiosks

In the age of the app, the humble tablet has transcended its entertainment niche, evolving into a powerful kiosk companion. Forget clunky desktop machines, picture sleek, portable tablets transforming diverse spaces into interactive hubs. Here’s what makes them shine in 2023:

Mobility Marvels: Unlike their stationary cousins, tablet kiosks dance to the beat of your needs. Imagine them gliding through museums, guiding visitors through exhibits with immersive AR overlays. Or picture them seamlessly roaming hotel lobbies, checking guests in and offering concierge services on the go. Their mobility unlocks a dynamic world of possibilities.

Engagement Extraordinaires: Forget static screens. Tablet kiosks are engagement powerhouses. Imagine interactive games in children’s hospitals, distracting little patients with fun while collecting valuable medical data. Or picture them in retail stores, letting customers virtually try on clothes or personalize products in real-time. They blur the lines between information and interaction, captivating users with dynamic content.

Data Detectives: Tablet kiosks aren’t just pretty faces; they’re data detectives in disguise. Imagine them capturing customer feedback at airports, gathering insights on travel experiences. Or picture them in libraries, tracking book borrowing patterns to optimize collections. Their data-gathering prowess helps businesses and organizations make informed decisions, shaping better user experiences.

Accessibility Champions: Tablet kiosks can be accessibility champions. Imagine them equipped with text-to-speech features, assisting visually impaired visitors in museums. Or picture them offering multilingual interfaces, welcoming diverse audiences in their own languages. Their adaptability ensures everyone can access the information and services they need.

The Future is Tablet-Powered: From museums to airports, libraries to retail stores, the future is brimming with possibilities for tablet kiosks. Imagine them as interactive learning portals, personalized service hubs, or data-driven decision-makers. They’ll bridge the gap between physical and digital, transforming spaces into dynamic, user-centric havens.

So, the next time you see a tablet kiosk, don’t just see a screen. See a doorway to endless possibilities, a catalyst for engagement, and a champion for accessibility. The future is here, and it’s held in the palm of a tablet.

Old Monitors – Turn PC monitor into tablet kiosk

Turn PC monitor into tablet PC Inventors Seeks Funding via Indiegogo to Start Mass Production of an Innovative Product That Could Reincarnate Millions of Old Monitors into New Era Main Uni… Source: www.youtube.com More Tablet Info Facial Payment Technology – PopPay Tablet Face Payment in Los Angeles area Touch Screen Monitor – Interactive Touch Tablet 55″ to 98″… Read More »

Philadelphia, mental health orgs to pilot screening tablet kiosk

The kiosk offers users a tablet on which they answer survey questions about their mental state, but it doesn’t take biometric readings. Source: mobihealthnews.com Users also have the option to enter in demographic information before they take the screening. Demographics include age, gender, partnership status, race, ethnicity group, and whether or not they’ve had behavioral health treatment in the past. When users are… Read More »

New tablet kiosk enclosure

New Swan Galaxy Enclosure Kiosk – Fits Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 and 8.0 Source: www.galaxyenclosures.com The Galaxy Swan Kiosk for Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 and 8.0 is the newest release from GalaxyEnclosures. Elegantly designed with a white “swan-neck” sloping stand your new Galaxy Kiosk bring a level of class to any setting Post Views: 978

Armodilo to display tablet kiosk line at iMenu Expo

Armodilo Display Solutions announced plans to showcase its Armodilo iPad Tablet Kiosk line at CRFA’s iMenu Expo at the Direct Energy Centre in Toronto, March 3-5. Also set to display with the tablet kiosks is the Tablet Fit-Kit system, the… Source: www.digitalsignagetoday.com New tablets showing at restaurant show. Should be interesting. Post Views: 1,086

SITA CrewTablet – Dedicated tablet

CrewTablet is a tablet-based solution that aims to remove the need for paper for in-flight staff. CrewTablet aims to deliver a simple user interface, that is deeply integrated with passenger name lists, passenger luggage systems, connecting flight information and airline’s back office systems. Aeroflot recently announced that it will be deploying CrewTablet later this year. The airline will… Read More »

TGI Fridays partners with Microsoft on tablet kiosks

TGI Fridays has completed a six-city pilot in Texas and Minnesota, and it will deploy the tablets in 80 additional restaurants, with more than 2,000 tablets by March Source: news.microsoft.com The devices use Windows 8.1, running Oracle’s MICROS Restaurant Enterprise Solution (RES) 5.4 on Oracle’s MICROS mTablet E-Series mobile point of sale devices.  Post Views: 994

iPad Pro vs. Surface Pro 3

Is the new iPad Pro an innovative rebooting of the iPad lineup, or just an acknowledgement that the Microsoft Surface was the right idea all along? Though it isn’t completely fair to line up a late 2015 product next to a mid 2014 one, let’s see how the iPad Pro compares to the Surface Pro 3. Source: www.gizmag.com… Read More »

RedyRef Tablet Kiosk Enclosure in Elotouch booth

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: RedyRef Interactive Kiosks debuts New Generation of enGAGE (T) Tablet Kiosk Enclosure at NRF Retails Big Show 2016! Riverdale, New Jersey. – January 13, 2016 – RedyRef, a turn-key, self-service kiosk solution provider is debuting a new tablet kiosk enclosure solution featuring the Elo I-Series family of tablets: the enGAGE (T) at NRF Retail’s Big… Read More »

Military Tablet Wars: Windows Gaining on Apple

The consumer tablet market tends to be an Apple versus Android battle, but in the government sector it is Apple against Microsoft, according to new report. 

Microsoft is seeking to challenge Apple’s iPad command of the nearly $100 million defense and government tablet market by customizing devices to meet specific needs. “Windows tablets have eaten into iPad’s market share by adapting to customer requirements,” says a study by the federal contracting data firm Govini.

Source: www.nationaldefensemagazine.org

Executing a Successful Tablet Deployment Step 2 Whitepaper

Determining Your Budget Once you’ve defined the goals for your kiosk project, the second step is determining your budget. A kiosk deployment project is just like all major projects—there’s lots of areas to consider and even then, expenses can show up when least expected. Let’s talk about how you can avoid any budget surprises.  Excerpts below. Read the… Read More »

Executing Tablet Deployments – Step 1

Editors note: This is excerpt from white paper series on Executing Tablet Deployments – Step 1 Deploying Tablets Step 1 — Establishing Project Goals The use of self-service kiosks continues to expand in nearly every part of our society. A March 2017 report issued by research firm Stratistics MRC predicted that the global kiosk market will reach $88.3 billion by 2022,… Read More »