Trade Show Emporium's decision to include the Armodilo line on their website was based on the quality and versatility of the products.
Denver, CO (PRWEB) April 10, 2013
Trade Show Emporium is now including a different, more adaptable tablet kiosk among their extensive product list.
Armodilo iPad Stands are a recent addition to Trade Show Emporium’s products geared toward trade show goers who wish to integrate technology and patron participation into their trade show booth. The company is now offering four different types of the Armodilo models: the freestanding, the tabletop, the wall mount and the three in one stand.
Trade Show Emporium’s decision to include the Armodilo line on their website was based on the quality and versatility of the products. Not only are the stands compatible with iPads, they can by converted to support all kinds of different tablets, just in case a company or individual isn’t an Apple user. By upgrading a stand to include the conversion kit, the stand goes from iPad kiosk to insert-tablet-name-here kiosk in just minutes. A nice feature for trade show goers who want to include technology but have a hard time finding a kiosk or stand that fits their chosen technology.
The Armodilo stands are made of rigid aluminum that make the stands extremely durable, but also extremely light weight and manageable. Trade show attendees are already toting around their heavier trade show booths and hate to include extra pounds to lug around. The stands, however, are light enough and come with their own carrying case that they are extremely easy to transport.
Each stand may be upgraded to include: a keyboard attachment, a swivel head, banner stand add-on, a front graphic, a card reader and the tablet fit kit (as discussed earlier). Within the upgrades, there is something for everyone, from trade show attendees selling a product to those who want their tablets to swivel in different directions for a different look.
Trade Show Emporium is always looking to expand its product line and the Armodilo product line was a perfect addition.