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Why Utah Matters To Virgin, Amazon, And LeBron James - Slideshow

  • Armor Active, one of several successful ventures to emerge from the Foundry, makes iPad kiosks used by companies such as Virgin, Amazon, Estee Lauder, BMW, ING, and Unknwn Store, LeBron James's high-end sneaker shop in Miami.
  • Here's a shot of Lebron James's Unknwn shoe display in Miami. Those are Armor's iPad enclosures.
  • Armor offers a range of iPad support products. Spectra is a minimal acrylic enclosure designed to  fade into the background--and keep eyeballs on the iPad itself.
  • Armor manufactures point-of-sale (POS) kiosks, for breezy iPad transactions.
  • The PayDock, another easy way to do transactions on the iPad.
  • Foot Locker contacted Armor to custom design kiosks that would both secure the iPad in their store and maintain the footwear company's distinct look and feel.
  • This enclosure can be used as a mounted (and secure) iPad kiosk, or a mobile handheld kiosk.
  • In Australia, Armor's iPad-on-a-stick kiosk let customers pose with young ladies in hot pants then post the pics to social sites.  Why not?
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    | Armor Active Armor Active, one of several successful ventures to emerge from the Foundry, makes iPad kiosks used by companies such as Virgin, Amazon, Estee Lauder, BMW, ING, and Unknwn Store, LeBron James's high-end sneaker shop in Miami.
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    | Unknwn Store Here's a shot of Lebron James's Unknwn shoe display in Miami. Those are Armor's iPad enclosures.
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    | Strata Spectrum Armor offers a range of iPad support products. Spectra is a minimal acrylic enclosure designed to fade into the background--and keep eyeballs on the iPad itself.
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    | Strata Square
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    | iPad POS Armor manufactures point-of-sale (POS) kiosks, for breezy iPad transactions.
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    | PayDock The PayDock, another easy way to do transactions on the iPad.
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    | In Foot Locker Foot Locker contacted Armor to custom design kiosks that would both secure the iPad in their store and maintain the footwear company's distinct look and feel.
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    | Evolve White This enclosure can be used as a mounted (and secure) iPad kiosk, or a mobile handheld kiosk.
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    | Evolve Black
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    | iPad On a Stick In Australia, Armor's iPad-on-a-stick kiosk let customers pose with young ladies in hot pants then post the pics to social sites. Why not?
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