woensdag 16 januari 2013

Laptop - Tablet kiosk.

Drexel University sophomore Hyo Jung Cha needed to listen to audio clips for her Japanese class on Thursday afternoon but didn't feel like lugging her laptop to the school's Hagerty Library.
So she decided to use the library's newest addition - a laptop kiosk. Students swipe their identification card at the 24-hour kiosk and out pops a shiny silver MacBook, which they can use free for up to five hours.
Drexel reports it is the first school in the area to dispense computers via the kiosk, designed to give students access to laptops more easily and after the circulation desk is closed for the night.

Texas-based LaptopsAnytime provided the kiosk to the university, which is one of only two schools on the East Coast to house one of the machines.
The kiosks cost $12,000 to $30,000, depending on size.

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