Microcom 238ML Linerless Kiosk Printer

Microcom 238ML Linerless Kiosk Printer

The 238ML is a compact 2" kiosk printer made especially for unattended linerless label printing. 

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Sponsor: Microcom Corporation


Microcom 814M (USB/Ethernet) 8

Microcom 814M (USB/Ethernet) 8" Thermal Kiosk Printer

The 814M is Microcom Corporation's 8" wide kiosk printer that handles A4 and Letter sized media. 

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Sponsor: Microcom Corporation


Microcom 485TM Thermal Kiosk Printer

Microcom 485TM Thermal Kiosk Printer

The 485TM 4" kiosk printer is a dependable solution for many unattended kiosk applications.

Type: Fact Sheet

Sponsor: Microcom Corporation


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South Florida pizza truck pioneers self-order kiosk

South Florida pizza truck pioneers self-order kiosk

Pizza truck entrepreneur Bob Stephens reasoned that self-serve kiosks make sense for food trucks, but he had difficulty finding one. He managed to locate a developer who was able to provide a solution for an affordable price.

Three Major Causes of Downtime in Kiosks

Three Major Causes of Downtime in Kiosks

There’s never been a more opportune time to deploy kiosks. Revenue opportunities abound and industry research indicates that consumers often prefer self-service over the traditional option of speaking to an employee. Cinemark Theaters, the third-largest chain in the U.S., has attributed its record-setting concession sales to self-service kiosks.

Force sensing brings intuitive functionality to interactive touchscreen kiosk applications

Force sensing brings intuitive functionality to interactive touchscreen kiosk applications

Kiosk owners can retrofit force sensing by updating the firmware and adapting their application software to respond appropriately.

Limited-service restaurants take the lead with self-order kiosks as technology evolves

Limited-service restaurants take the lead with self-order kiosks as technology evolves

Most observers expect self-service progress to continue in the restaurant space as both kiosk hardware and software evolve to make the ordering experience more intuitive.

Long John Silver’s adds high-definition video, audio to transform menu boards into interactive kiosks

Long John Silver’s adds high-definition video, audio to transform menu boards into interactive kiosks

Long John Silver’s has added high-definition video screens and audio to upgrade its drive-thru menu boards.

Influencer of the Year: Under Armour's Christiana DiMattesa

Influencer of the Year: Under Armour's Christiana DiMattesa

Chrisiana DiMattesa recognized the importance of giving Bostonians a new type of retail experience, leading her to conceptualize a virtual tour of the store prior to its grand opening.

How 'enhanced personalization' boosts in-store buying opportunities

How 'enhanced personalization' boosts in-store buying opportunities

As technologies evolve merging the physical with the digital, brands are finding new ways to meet customers' shopping needs in the store.

How bricks and mortar retailers can benefit from shoppers’ e-commerce habits

How bricks and mortar retailers can benefit from shoppers’ e-commerce habits

The growth in e-commerce does not mean the death of bricks and mortar retail. While it is certainly true that e-commerce is growing quickly, bricks and mortar sales still account for most total retail revenue.

Using Interactive Digital Signage to Increase Customer Engagement

Using Interactive Digital Signage to Increase Customer Engagement

As individuals continue to utilize mobile devices as their primary source of information, they increasingly expect instant access to information at the sight (or touch) of a screen. As a result, consumers are much more responsive to information displayed digitally.

How Can Kiosks Help Your Business? A Look Into Custom Kiosk Design

How Can Kiosks Help Your Business? A Look Into Custom Kiosk Design

While some businesses are able to meet their specific goals with out-of-the-box solutions, many businesses need a solution as unique as their service or product. Custom kiosk design helps these businesses create a fully customized self-service solution to fit the use case.

The Importance of Secure Kiosk Software

When devices need to operate independently in an unattended environment, there are concerns that must be addressed. What is done to secure the physical kiosk from tampering? This is especially important when it comes to transactional kiosks that handle payment.


Maintenance and other considerations for outdoor kiosks

Maintenance and other considerations for outdoor kiosks

With kiosks finding more uses in more location types, the demand for outdoor kiosks continues to grow, posing a set of special considerations. An industry veteran offers some useful tips.

Kiosk translates in sign language to assist hard of hearing customers

Kiosk translates in sign language to assist hard of hearing customers

Juke Slot develops a kiosk that offers sign language for hard of hearing customers, a significant market with special needs. One customer's experience alerted the company to the need.

How to use kiosks to improve the customer experience

How to use kiosks to improve the customer experience

With brands and retailers looking to tap the benefits kiosks offer in improving the customer buying experience, technology is providing more tools to make kiosk deployments more seamless. Resources are available to ensure success for customers willing to perform their due diligence.

4 things to consider when starting a kiosk project

4 things to consider when starting a kiosk project

4 things to consider to make the kiosk manufacturing companies even take the time to quote you on a kiosk project.

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Poor design can doom any kiosk project. To create an irresistable kiosk, designers must consider form and function. Intelligent kiosk design will consider application, location, form, hardware, and software.

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