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Cheap cell phone type kiosk dedicated to a specific URL

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Where can I buy in bulk, a kiosk (thin client) with a web browser, wifi and a keyboard/touchpad .. with a basic web browser and nothing else ..
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If it were me, I would find the Kiosk you want, and then add a CradlePoint, Serra Wireless or similar device for the bandwidth you need..
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by:Duncan Roe
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You mean Sierra Wireless?
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Isn't there an all in one ready-to-use solution but bare bones (you set the startup URL, put your logo and it runs)

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Yes, sorry  "You mean Sierra Wireless? "

There are any number of complete based on tablet Kiosk units and unit bases on the market, use Google to get a feel for rather something fits your specific needs.   The last few I did for people were all custom and built around  Cradlepoint & Intel NUC.

Might check out  http://www.thebookpc.com/kiosks-s/33.htm
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Thank you
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