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Kiosks with the sort of interface Juke Slot offers not only can prevent mistakes, but also can increase business by building relationships with new clientele.
Fast food, dine-in and carry out – any restaurant – within the next five years should look at switching to Juke kiosk.
"Implementing Juke's self ordering kiosk saves us more than $100,000.00 per year."
-Eugene Theriot Owner of Gene's Po Boys
The Gelato self-ordering device is a workhorse among Juke’s lineup and designed for consumer engagement. The standing unit features dual HD 22-inch LCD displays – the top vertical monitor for advertisements and the bottom horizontal touchscreen for ordering. The Gelato includes a barcode and QR code reader to easily scan coupons and other documents, a Magtek EMV/MSR credit card reader and Star Micronics thermal TUP500 printer. Backend connection via Wifi or Ethernet connection.
One of Juke’s most physically prominent self-ordering devices, the Turbo QSR wows customers with its 27-inch touchscreen display that enables an easy interface. The high-definition screen allows menu presentation through stunning visuals and graphics. With an Android, Tempo conveniently links to restaurant ordering systems through a Wi-Fi or Ethernet connection. The unit includes a Magtek EMV and MSR credit card reader for easy, secure payments, and an integrated top-of-the-line Star Micronics thermal printer prevents curled receipts or those that are difficult to read. Tempo is available in a variety of colors and features space around the base to prominently display logos or other fixed, targeted messaging.
Featuring a 22-inch touchscreen display for easy interface, this sleek floor unit that stands out for its versatility as either a solution anchored in the middle of a busy lobby, strategically positioned into small spaces or used outdoors. Powered by an Android, Tempo conveniently links to restaurant ordering systems through a Wi-Fi or Ethernet connection. The unit includes a Magtek EMV and MSR credit card reader for easy, secure payments, and an integrated top-of-the-line Star Micronics thermal printer prevents curled receipts or those that are difficult to read. The high-definition screen allows menu presentation through stunning visuals and graphics. Available in a variety of colors, Tempo features space around the base to prominently display logos or other fixed, targeted messaging.
The Supreme kiosk represents Juke’s top-of-the-line self-ordering device. Outfitted with all the features of the Tempo model – high-definition 27-inch touchscreen display, thermal printer, multiple connectivity options and a Magtek EMV and MSR credit card reader – the Supreme is a complete quick service restaurant solution. Besides electronic payments, the kiosk accepts cash and even dispenses change. An integrated bill acceptor receives various denominations of up to $100, a three-cassette dispenser that doles out $1s, $5s and $10s and a coin hopper for giving change. The Supreme is available in customer colors and graphics.
Perhaps the main course of Juke’s technology lineup, the Entrée kiosk is noted for its ease of use and simplicity in a compact freestanding design. With an appearance similar to that of an open flip phone, the powder-coated, steel-encased unit features a vertical 27-inch infrared touchscreen. The versatile design enables the unit to operate in a standalone position or embedded into a wall space. The Entrée is constructed with durability and high usage in mind; it’s protected against moisture, rust, acid, dust and static.