6 years ago

Multi-purpose, hi-tech passenger kiosks for airports

Airports across the US are about to find themselves on the receiving end of some fancy toys for passengers hanging around in departure terminals.

keo kiosk

Around 60 Hudson News retail stores in airports dotted around the country will soon have a kiosk where passengers can recharge smartphones and access other services.

The slick units, produced by Keo Connect, have a phone connection system and other time-wasting tools and gizmos.

Users can check the weather at destinations, track departure and arrival information of flights, read news, business and sport bulletins.

Multimedia transfer kit is also to be included so users can organise files contained on SD cards, USB and other devices.

Still, best part still looks like the charging system (free, as well).

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Kevin May

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Kevin May was a co-founder and member of the editorial team from September 2009 to June 2017.



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  1. Kevin May

    Kevin May

    @ruby yes, I remener seeing the phone charger cubicles at Changi. Vey handy!

  2. Ruby

    We already have sommathat in Changi Airport 😉


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