At this year’s MGS SUZOHAPP will proudly introduce its latest innovation – the 27” Pedestal Kiosk, a brand new upright kiosk with a 27” touchscreen display.
Further advanced solutions on display will be the 27” Dual-Sided Display with LED and the Display Pro, featuring a 42” HD screen ideal for visual campaigns.
In the SUZOHAPP booth, significant focus will be placed on the PKT Button Panel. The PKT is the leading-edge technology in tactile controls. Through a patented technology, SUZOHAPP enables its clients to bring dynamic content via a highly configurable user interface. Game designers are no longer limited by the user interface and end users now receive eye-popping content through a tactile button, creating a more rewarding and comforting experience.
Cash management equipment is a prominent offering in the SUZOHAPP portfolio and, at MGS, SUZOHAPP’s strong reputation for cash handling expertise will be on display. Visitors will have the opportunity to see a variety of SCAN COIN desk top solutions, including the SC-8220 multi currency counter and the SC-313 coin sorter.
This Dossier results from the “Life After POGOs” editorial project by Asia Gaming Brief which culminated with a pop-up digital forum on 9th December to discuss potentials ramifications in the industry.
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