This mobile phone charging station from Frank Mayer & Associates allow consumers to plug in up to three mobile devices at one time, with each station offering an area for customized branded graphics and updatable promotional messaging.
The Wyland Foundation, a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting, protecting and preserving the world's oceans, waterways and marine life, announced it was rolling out an educational kiosk that would travel around to schools.
The phone recycling kiosks from ecoATM increased distribution in preparation for the launch of the iPhone 5, assuming that many would want to cash in their old phones for the latest model.
The bezel-free touchscreen design from TouchSystems is an applicable solution for industries such as retail, medical, government and hospitality. The line is HID compliant and available in a 15-, 17-, 19- or 22-inch screen size.
The printing technology manufacturer Epson America introduced the ColorWorks C3400-LT Color Label Terminal. The integrated, standalone labeling station combines a high-speed CPU, LCD touchscreen and MicroPiezo inkjet label printer.
Elo Touch Solutions announced the availability of its 1517L and 1717L touchmonitors. The 15- and 17-inch touchmonitors are designed for public venues where POS, POI point-of-service, shelf-level and countertop interactive digital signage, loyalty systems and kiosk information systems are found.
The FURO-K robot kiosk from Future Robot moves around greeting customers with a synthesized voice to explain its features, rather than sit in a corner like some of its less-mobile counterparts, and its anime-inspired face even looks sad when the customers leave. The robot comes with an integrated circuit card reader and NFC, but also accepts credit card payments and prints receipts.