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DymaPort - IK01

The Dymaport is a very smart smooth and streamline kiosk. It is designed to go anywhere but because of its stylish looks it is aimed for public use, such as a shopping centres, hospitals, or in a factory, it doesn't have to be used for the internet, you could use it for the intranet, or an information kiosk. All kiosks can be provided with computer hardware and software. It can be fitted with a coin slot machine to charge people for using its services. Available in various colours and stainless steel. Keyboard tray option available.

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Features
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  • Information and transaction based applications
  • Slim line construction
  • Welded frame construction
  • Can be modified to suit customers needs
  • Designed to be aesthetically pleasing
  • Easy to use Simple to operate
  • Available with touch screen/mouse/keyboard
  • Available with or without PC hardware
  • Available with 19" rack mounting
  • Internet Kiosk / Broadband Kiosk compatable
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Dimensions
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  • Height: 52(ins) / 133(cm)
  • Width: 27(ins) / 68(cm)
  • Depth: 15(ins) / 38(cm)
  • Weight: 77(lbs) / 35(kg)
  • Materials: Powder Coated 1.5 mm Steel
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Dymatec have a policy of continuous development.
Specifications and size of products may change without notice.
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Computer Enclosures | Comcase | Comcover | Custom Design
Workstations & Benches | Workshop Bench | Standard Workstation
Static Control Workstation |
Racking Systems | 19" Racking | LAN Stations
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