• Lilitab iPad Kiosk Is Simple and Functional

    Apple made quite the big deal about utilizing the iPad 2 as a product information display as part of the Apple Store overhaul last year. Utilizing the iPad as an interactive display or kiosk hasnít been lost on the rest of the retail world, which is why Lilitabís iPad kiosk might become common place.

    The Lilipab Standard is a simple and portable. The white design wonít fit everywhere, and looks more porcelain than high-tech. But, the iPad appears secure, and according to TUAW is easily installed. The base plate can be bolted to floor, just in case store owners or event operators need to fend off nefarious patrons and customers.

    The front-plate that secures the iPad can even come with or without a camera hole, as well as with or without a hole for access to the home button. All of this is held in place with security screws, and can be accessed or changed with a supplied Allen wrench. The ability to limit access to the home button allows merchants and even operators to lock in the App desire app without fear of it switching. A nice design touch is the conscious effort to keep metal away from the iPadís RF antennas.

    Those worried about their iPad dying during the middle of the day will need to supply their own iPad AC adapter and Apple charger extension cord. According to TUAW this is the only tricky part of the installation.

    The ability to get branding kits from Lilitab add a level of customization to the mix, but Iím sure the DIY people out there will have a field day with this kiosk. The kiosk comes in white or black and retails for $495.

    Source: TUAW
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Lilitab iPad Kiosk Is Simple and Functional started by Phillip Swanson View original post
    Comments 11 Comments
    1. Raybeast's Avatar
      Raybeast -
      1. The New iPad (i know i have to add 5 dollars)
      2. A new decent tv monitor
      3. an iPod Touch
      4. An iPhone
      5. Much more than this junk!
    1. rabbit_'s Avatar
      rabbit_ -
      Totally agree with last post waste of cash looks like a stand that retail company's can use not for end user
    1. recognition's Avatar
      recognition -
      ^^ lol

      I really don't think they are aiming to sell this to the casual home user.
      Its aimed at business owners with shops / exhibition stands etc.

      Not some guy standing it in his lounge! lol
    1. Rich.'s Avatar
      Rich. -
      Not sure if previous replies are serious but check the date...
    1. truehybridx's Avatar
      truehybridx -
      Yes DIYers will have a field day
      I could make one of those damn things... for a tenth of the cost..
      whats up with these over priced Gimmicks?
    1. feidhlim1986's Avatar
      feidhlim1986 -
      So per "kiosk" you're spending almost $1000. Yeah, so worth it.
    1. buggsy2's Avatar
      buggsy2 -
      New iPad $499
      Lilitab Kiosk $495
      April Fool! priceless
    1. feidhlim1986's Avatar
      feidhlim1986 -
      Quote Originally Posted by buggsy2 View Post
      New iPad $499
      Lilitab Kiosk $495
      April Fool! priceless
      Doesn't look like a joke. Just your average over priced accessory just because it works with an Apple product.
      The TUAW article is dated March 31st and http://www.lilitab.com/ will go so far as to take your credit card details.
    1. KraXik's Avatar
      KraXik -
      Quote Originally Posted by feidhlim1986 View Post
      So per "kiosk" you're spending almost $1000. Yeah, so worth it.
      It's worth it if your business generates $1000's due to it.
    1. Norb's Avatar
      Norb -
      Quote Originally Posted by Rich. View Post
      Not sure if previous replies are serious but check the date...
      Umm look at the date it was posted... it's not an effing April fools joke.

      This is not for home users... If this thing is made well companies will buy it.
    1. aidanharris's Avatar
      aidanharris -
      The problem with this though is that unless apple releases a special buisiness/retail addition of ios allowing for an app to open but not close on the touch of a button this concept really wouldn't work except on jailbroken iOS! And you can really see that happening can't you! Because if your like me I would simply go to the app strore download angry birds space and f**k buying the shopping I'd play that all day instead...
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