About Touch Screen Kiosks
About Touch Screen kiosk technology
Below is some of the information that Advanced Kiosks engineers continually review when choosing monitor components for a touchscreen kiosk. This information can also help you make an informed decision when purchasing your touch screen kiosk for any self service application.
A Touch Screen Kiosk is actually two components:
- The Touch Screen: A sheet of glass with one of the touch technologies (described below) bonded to a monitor.
- The Monitor: Usually an LCD Monitor.
Let’s take a look at some of the kiosk touch screen technology that we use here at Advanced Kiosks.
LCD stands for Liquid Crystal Display and for a good overview of this technology, go to Wikipedia. More importantly are the features of the monitor that affect the user experience. LCD Monitors come in a variety of different designs made for specific applications. We review some of the features for factors such as Refresh Rate, Contrast Ratio, Bit Depth, and Power Usage.
Touch Screen Kiosk Models
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