FUJIFILM’s state-of-the-art DPC kiosks provide a total solution for a range of retail business models, ensuring stores are well-equipped to capitalise on future growth in this segment.
With more than 6,000 FUJIFILM DPC kiosks installed nationwide, they are now one of the most popular methods used by consumers to order photographs in Australian retail stores.
FUJIFILM Senior Category Manager – Hardware, Daniel Paul, said two DPC systems will be showcased at the 2010 Digital Life Expo – FUJIFILM DPC NXT and FUJIFILM DPC XTR.
FUJIFILM DPC NXT- customised for your business needs
With a larger screen and more powerful processing ability than ever before, the new FUJIFILM DPC NXT offers customised hardware and software that can be tailored to your business needs.
A variety of output adaptations are available to accommodate photos and photo gifts, documents, music, personalised DVDs and e-wrap – a protective vinyl skin that is tailor-made to decorate, protect and personalise your electronic device.
The modular component design of the kiosk allows FUJIFILM to offer an upgrade or replacement path for existing customers. The customers’ ADSL connection facilitates gifting through a wholesale fulfilment centre, as well as remote monitoring and diagnostics for servicing and updates.
FUJIFILM DPC XTR – seated kiosk
The FUJIFILM DPC XTR – complete with 19” screen and integrated keyboard - is a kiosk designthat enables customers to sit in comfort to work on their photo or gift orders.
Photo kiosks now offer customers the opportunity to do much more than simply upload and process images. With the growth of photo books and photo gifts, customers are spending longer periods of time in-store. Thus, seated kiosks are a natural progression to accommodate this.
The concept of seated kiosks has generated considerable interest from FUJIFILM customers. As a result, FUJIFILM - in conjunction with NeoProducts Pty Ltd - has developed a seated kiosk which is now available.