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Digital kiosk systems and digital displays – what’s the difference?

Today’s consumer relies on technology like never before. Companies, organizations and institutions are responding to this development by finding new ways to implement more technology-based tools and services in their core business. Many of them are self-service solutions.

Self-service devices are diverse in design, shape and size. Not only the appearance, but also the application is versatile and extends across many areas – from interactive travel and tourism solutions to retail or healthcare

Despite its popularity in office buildingsshopping malls or hospitals, it is difficult for companies or organizations to distinguish between digital kiosk systems and digital displays.

Durability

Probably the most noticeable difference between the two forms is the structure. While digital displays typically consist of only one display, a kiosk system contains a display which is encased in an extremely resistant body. This steel housing contains the screen, the PC and other relevant components that require a protective cover. An additional powder coating ensures complete shielding and thus a longer durability.

Appearance

Digital signage modules that are both functional and aesthetically pleasing can be customized to match the appearance of the environment. Different colors of steel and coating, as well as laminated graphics, allow companies to display and represent their brand. Conventional displays, on the other hand, are more suitable for a simpler appearance with few colour, design and branding options, leaving little room for individualization.

Today’s consumer relies on technology like never before. Companies, organizations and institutions are responding to this development by finding new ways to implement more technology-based tools and services in their core business. Many of them are self-service solutions.

Self-service devices are diverse in design, shape and size. Not only the appearance, but also the application is versatile and extends across many areas – from interactive travel and tourism solutions to retail or healthcare

Despite its popularity in office buildingsshopping malls or hospitals, it is difficult for companies or organizations to distinguish between digital kiosk systems and digital displays.

Durability

Probably the most noticeable difference between the two forms is the structure. While digital displays typically consist of only one display, a kiosk system contains a display which is encased in an extremely resistant body. This steel housing contains the screen, the PC and other relevant components that require a protective cover. An additional powder coating ensures complete shielding and thus a longer durability.

Appearance

Digital signage modules that are both functional and aesthetically pleasing can be customized to match the appearance of the environment. Different colors of steel and coating, as well as laminated graphics, allow companies to display and represent their brand. Conventional displays, on the other hand, are more suitable for a simpler appearance with few colour, design and branding options, leaving little room for individualization.

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Safety aspect

The stable housing of a kiosk system can also be equipped with a security lock to prevent unauthorised access to the inside of the device. To protect the screen, a shock and impact resistant protective glass pane is installed. In contrast, digital screens lack all-round protection, which makes them much more susceptible to security problems and damage – and this has an impact on the service life. 

Functionality

Digital displays have only one purpose: to display digital content. Kiosk systems, on the other hand, can contain other components such as barcode scanners or printers. The biggest advantage is the interactivity that a digital signage device can offer. With the help of touch gestures or movements in front of a proximity sensor, content can be played out in a more intelligent way. The more senses are activated, the more pleasant and comprehensible the content is perceived by users. Another advantage is the independent location. Digital signage steles can be used both indoors and outdoors without any problems.

Safety aspect

The stable housing of a kiosk system can also be equipped with a security lock to prevent unauthorised access to the inside of the device. To protect the screen, a shock and impact resistant protective glass pane is installed. In contrast, digital screens lack all-round protection, which makes them much more susceptible to security problems and damage – and this has an impact on the service life. 

Functionality

Digital displays have only one purpose: to display digital content. Kiosk systems, on the other hand, can contain other components such as barcode scanners or printers. The biggest advantage is the interactivity that a digital signage device can offer. With the help of touch gestures or movements in front of a proximity sensor, content can be played out in a more intelligent way. The more senses are activated, the more pleasant and comprehensible the content is perceived by users. Another advantage is the independent location. Digital signage steles can be used both indoors and outdoors without any problems.

Conclusion

In contrast to conventional displays, digital signage is more versatile, safer and more durable. The high degree of individualisation of design and equipment is another important unique selling point of Digital Signage.

In times in which digital technologies are increasingly used in day-to-day business, it is important to uncover differences and misunderstandings surrounding the topic of digital signage.

Conclusion

In contrast to conventional displays, digital signage is more versatile, safer and more durable. The high degree of individualisation of design and equipment is another important unique selling point of Digital Signage.

In times in which digital technologies are increasingly used in day-to-day business, it is important to uncover differences and misunderstandings surrounding the topic of digital signage.

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Kunden, die bei uns als Bestandskunden geführt werden, zahlen standardmäßig per Rechnung (10 Tage Netto oder nach Vereinbarung).

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Versand von Kaufgeräten

Versand per Paket

Kleine Systeme, wie z. B. das SIRRION 12“ und 15“ sowie Ersatzteile versenden wir per Paket.

23,00 € innerhalb Deutschlands

Versand mit Europalette

Fast alle Kiosksysteme zwischen 19“ und 42“ versenden wir per Europalette.

  • 153,00 € – 1 Gerät je Palette, in Deutschland
  • 167,00 € – 2 Geräte je Palette, in Deutschland
  • 264,00 € – 1 Gerät je Palette, nach Österreich
  • 434,00 € – 1 Gerät je Palette, inkl. Zoll, in der Schweiz

Bei einigen Geräten ist ein Versand mit 2 Geräten pro Palette möglich. Fragen Sie hierzu bei unserem Vertrieb nach: Zum Kontaktformular

Sonderpalette

Alle Modelle größer als 49” versenden wir per Sonderpalette. Die Preise werden je nach Produkt individuell vereinbart. Fragen Sie hierzu bei unserem Vertrieb nach: Zum Kontaktformular

Trackcase

Auf Wunsch versenden wir Geräte in einer stabilen Transportbox/einem Flight-Case. Es wird immer nur 1 Gerät je Case verpackt.

  • 263,00 € – in Deutschland, inkl. Rückholung des leeren Case
  • 479,00 € – nach Österreich inkl. Rückholung des leeren Case
  • 850,00 € – in die Schweiz, inkl. Rückholung des leeren Case

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Auf Wunsch versenden wir unsere Produkte per Kurier. Die Kosten sind abhängig von der Lieferadresse und anderen Faktoren. Wir überprüfen gerne die Verfügbarkeit für Sie auf Anfrage.

Wir empfehlen ein Versenden per Kurier bei einer Stückzahl von mehr als 2 Modellen, vor allem für Geräte ab 42”.

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  • per Europalette: CERES 22“, Console 32“
  • per Case: PHEX Stand 55“
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