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MK3100 Micro Kiosk
TAKE SELF-SERVICE TO A NEW LEVEL WITH INTUITIVE INTERACTIVE OPTIONS
Shoppers, guests and travelers want to choose how to get the service they need — from a person or from a self-service kiosk. With the MK3100 Micro Kiosk, you’ll have all the features you need to deliver an impressive self-service experience.
This powerful device supports simple applications such as price and inventory checks to highly intuitive and elegantly designed multimedia applications such as how-to or product informational videos and product catalogs, allowing shoppers, guests and travelers to get the information they need quickly and easily.
A 1GHz processor, 1GB RAM/8GB Flash and up to 32GB of additional memory via the MicroSD card slot provides power for the most complex multimedia applications.
Full screen video support
Enables the delivery of rich video-based information to better engage with customers and employees. How-to and product demonstration videos provide added value for customers.
Easy to deploy
Power-over-Ethernet support eliminates the need for a power outlet by every device and standard VESA mounting makes it easy to mount anywhere, including shelves, walls and endcaps.
empower your customers
Build stronger, more personal relationships
Since you can scan electronic bar codes on a computer screen, you can connect to the one personal device that is nearly always in the hands of your customers. The result is convenience and value. Customers always have their loyalty cards, coupons, boarding passes and more on hand all the time, saving time and money.
8 in./20.32 cm diagonal WVGA LCD;
800 x 480 pixels; resistive touch screen
Windows Embedded Compact 7
Wifi, Bluetooth, Ethernet
1 GB RAM/8 GB Flash
Imager for capture of 1D, 2D, and PDF417 codes
DC: 12v; Support for Power-over-Ethernet
(802.3af and 802.3at)
HELP PLANNING FOR FUTURE NEEDS
Our proven models and sophisticated design tools help you predict end-user demand for new services and understand your traffic requirements to define what system elements need to change.