Coates Group has launched its K2 kiosk designed to integrate into modern retail, hospitality and QSR environments, according to a press release.
«The release of our new K2 kiosk has seen Coates take an exciting step toward a design direction that moves away from the more traditional block style kiosks of today,» Wes Fagan, global head of design and hardware, said in the release. «The design direction is shaped by a more minimalist approach to tones, lines and curves, creating a more polished profile.»
The K2 has a scalable and recyclable single formed, 9mm aluminum shell featuring a 24-inch PCAP edge-to-edge Elo touchscreen display. The woodgrain finish pole complements the anodized shell.
The printer and scanner are located to replicate the placement of a customer's hand during a human exchange. A visible payment shelf that can accommodate a range of payment devices indicates the transactional nature of the kiosk, but is located on an angled recess to offer privacy.
Enclosed and easily accessible within the single form shell is the plug, play and print-ready smart core, which features an Intel NUC mini PC with Core i5 processor and Zebra Technologies printer and scanner. The screen hinges open from the bottom up, creating access for servicing and replacement of paper, while instructional graphics located behind the screen create further ease of maintenance.
The K2 is available in four mounting configurations – wall, single freestanding, double freestanding and counter.
Source: Kiosk Marketplace