Tablet kiosks are becoming an increasing popular economic alternative to traditional standing kiosks. They offer many advantages, chief of which is their affordability, but they also have several limitations which are worth considering. My goal for this article is to help you decide if a tablet kiosk is a better fit for your kiosk project than a standard kiosk. Continue reading “If You’re Not Considering Tablet Kiosks, You’ll Hate Yourself Later”
So you’ve decided to put your gorgeous website on a kiosk to make it available to the public. It looks so touch friendly and easy to use in your web browser and then you load it on your kiosk and it looks like BLAH! What happened to your once immaculate website? It still looks fine when you view it from the web browser on your computer but it looks like a big mess on your kiosk. Continue reading “Why Does My Website Look Different On a Kiosk?”
I’ve had the pleasure of deploying payment kiosks across the United States and a reoccurring issue I’ve encountered is dealing with “jammed up” bill and coin acceptors.
In my experience this occasionally happens to even the highest quality payment devices. In this article I’m going to detail the redundancy strategies we employ in our client’s payment kiosks to help maximize their ROI and minimize downtime. Continue reading “How to Avoid Costly Downtime with Your Payment Kiosk”