Choosing an Advertising Kiosk Display Screen That Suits Your Needs

Outdoor LCD Kiosk Display Screen (46 Inches) – These lightweight and long-lasting LCD display sign systems are being widely utilized in kiosks, airports, bus stations and many other public locations, displaying detailed video and images at its full native resolution of 1920 x 1080. The latest models are lightweight and portable, being just as easy to carry as a pocketbook. You can mount it on any type of metal surface including stainless steel, pewter, chrome and black iron. They are made with a hand-bumpered finish and are also available with a built-in anti-glare feature. The display images are bright and crisp.

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Kiosk LCD Display Screen (excluding Studio Style Display) – This is the largest type of kiosk display screen available and is available in full HD. It is also available in different colors such as blue, green, purple, yellow, pink and white. Most of these screens are laminated and/or UV protected. There is a model for almost every budget and there are several high quality manufacturers such as iKos, Pantone and JML. These high resolution displays are great for promoting your products or services by using colorful animated imagery and short explanatory videos.

Touch screen Information kiosk – This is the most common of all kiosk display screens and it is the first to be adopted by the majority of kiosk owners. It offers the best benefits of a touch screen, as it operates with only a push of a button. These units are made with a smooth, low-gloss, hard-wearing material. A unique advantage of a touch screen information kiosk display is that it enables quick access to basic information such as hours of operation, address, telephone number, map and traffic information. It can also provide maps of where various restaurants, movie theatres, stores, airports and other points of interest are located.

I-PAY kiosk display – The most recent generation of touch screen displays come in four different models. They are: I-PAY Superimposed Payload Display, i PAY minus Superimposed Payload Display, i PAY Superimposed with E-Mail Identification and i PAY minus with E-Mail Identification. i-PAY Superimposed Payload Display allows the kiosk operator to offer two forms of payment at the same time. When a customer swipes his or her debit or credit card to make a purchase, the system transfers the customer’s transaction data to the payment processor. The processor then deducts the appropriate charges from the card. A drawback of this type of kiosk display is that the processed transaction cannot be changed once it has been processed, and the customer is not able to make changes to the display until the transaction is successfully completed.

Android-based kiosk display – The latest form of Android-based signage kiosk technology provides customers with a flexible and cost effective method to make purchases. Android Payload technology includes a software stack that includes a server and a smart phone application. When a customer enters their credit or debit card information during the transaction, the system transfers the appropriate data to the smart phone. Once the transaction is processed, the system displays an interactive touch technology screen which allows the customer to make changes to the screen. The Android software also includes a widget that enables business owners to display Android on-demand movies, show coupons and track customer activity. Android is capable of running on the desktop, tablet computers and mobile phones.

It is important to select an advertising display that is capable of coping with the performance of the system as well as the environment in which the digital kiosk display will be used. This is especially critical when dealing with situations such as low lighting, high temperatures, or extreme temperatures. The material should also be able to stand up to these environmental conditions and be made from a material that is durable enough to handle the activities that take place on the kiosk display.