Digital Vox and Minolta announce Bulkhead PC
This interesting solution was released by Japanese Digital Vox, previously specialized in servers only. The company crossbred a PC and a coin chute. As the result, together with Minolta the company released the "Bulkhead PC" capable of coin, banknotes, and card billing.
Who is this for anyway? I guess for those who are forced to wait in airports or hotels and can spend time surfing Internet or something.
The PC works under Linux and features special Bulkhead firewall (was named after it). Besides, Digital Vox plans to ship such PCs together with special Minolta’s printers.
Currently Bulkhead PC is shipped to the Japanese market for about $3300, but the company plans to export Bulkhead PCs capable of dolar and euro billing.
Source: Nikkei Net
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