Hungarian Kiosk Solutions
The basic models in their series cover interior, exterior, wall-mounted and mobile units that can be individually configured with respect to design, construction and software applications. They also offer a kiosk specifically designed for wheelchair users, the HandInfo terminal, whose height can be electrically adjusted by simply pressing a button on the side.
The company’s current top of the range terminal is the DualInfo, which features a double monitor and can access the internet, provide directions and maps, display company information and broadcast commercials all at the same time. The unit’s excellent promotional possibilities make it a favourite of clients working in the tourist and retail trading sectors (in the latter case often equipped with a bar code reader or RFID solution). It is also proving popular with the cinema trade, as the equipment can issue tickets at the same time as it shows movie trailers.
For their smaller clients, MINOR has developed the SmurfInfo kiosk, which runs skill-developing applications, multimedia software or simple game and education programs. The SmurfInfo is becoming a big hit at kindergartens, schools, paediatrician’s surgeries and anywhere where it’s a good idea to keep the children occupied, like shopping centres. The kiosk consists of a computer equipped with an advanced eye-protecting monitor, a casing that has been ergonomically designed with kids in mind, a keyboard, mouse, and an optional digitalizing table. The hardware is protected from grubby little fingers by a shock-resistant plastic housing with two matching chairs attached.
Minor Systemhouse products conform to ISO 9001 and their components and equipment are procured from reputable supplying partners around the world.