If you’re looking for a unique and stylish way to integrate Apple’s eye-catching flat panel iMac into your retail environment, trade show exhibit or public event, you might want to look into what Braunschweig, Germany-based Termimac Informationssyteme has to offer. The company has just introduced a new terminal kiosk based on the flat panel iMac. The new system is called the Termimac IV.
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As you might assume from the name, this is not Termimac’s first go at a Mac-based kiosk. The company also designs other kiosk systems that integrate CRT-based iMacs into a futuristic acrylic-and-metal kiosk complete with integrated keyboard and cursor control.
Termimac owner Dietmar Bach explained that the new Termimac IV has been designed to “close the gap” between info terminals and designer pieces, which he said are too expensive for the average entrepreneur. Bach explained that the Termimac IV could be used in sales or showrooms, pressrooms or anywhere else that specific information is to be provided.
Termimac Informationssyteme offers individual consultation, analysis and research, as well as planning, application programming and creative services. Pricing and delivery schedules for the Termimac IV depends on the scope of the project. For more details, visit Termimac’s Web site or e-mail them.