> Well, here's an idea that one of the guys in my office had
> (thanks Brian)...
>> How about setting up a kiosk with a web browser so that customers
> can check up on specs at manufacturers' sites or whatever _while_
> _in_the_store_? Maybe you don't want to let any random idiot hog
> it or go hunting porn, so instead put it behind a desk and only
> let people use it while under supervision by a staff member.
>> I think it's a good idea.
Why do you need it connected permanently to the internet. Just set up
own web server on the machine with the specs for everything you carry.
Then let whoever browse it. This way you could put in more information,
direct links to comparisons, reviews etc.
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