The company is seeking development partners for its LifePad™ Solution’s onsite responses to cardiac arrests and overdoses, which together are our major killers in high rises.
- The Elusive Kitchen Computer
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Satellite feeds and a bazillion screens in sports bars is getting old. Poorts are a new option that bring the Internet, warts and all, into these adult facilities. But the real attraction may be how they sound, collectively, compared to canned music.
Shanty towns for our species are now shanty cities, with one in Nigeria holding an estimated 70 million people! These desperately poor souls must be granted some options for escaping such misery, and Internet access is a service that can be delivered responsibly by women.
It is becoming more evident each day that WiFi is a species treasure. If this nanotechnology proves out, it’s a revolution akin to radio itself.
If you point an 802.11ac router at a Poort using a compatible tablet, the throughput could approach 1 Gb/sec.
Music in the kitchen has been some time in coming, then arrived all at once – as the Internet.
Poorts force hospitality executives to rethink tablet deployment completely. The Poort’s low overhead and full web access have reset the boundaries to include advanced entertainment and reservation features.
Poort’s enclosure and speaker for the iPad and 10″ tablets transforms kitchens into an entertainment area, and cooking into a multimedia ballet. A window on the richness of the Web, a Poort is a reliable companion that works and plays alongside you.
A Poort housing transforms 10″ tablets into a fixed entertainment and Web portal, especially over counter areas. Its low cost and strong audio make it an affordable and intriguing option anywhere.
A Poort introduces a new device category, whose functions derive from its physical design.
No mention of WiFi, which has to be disconcerting. The Telcos will not want community access to be expanded.
Free Internet, yes, with interesting security aspects. This NYT article is a resource directory for firing one up locally.
Things are going the Poort’s way. The humble USB cable is part of an electrical revolution that will make power supplies greener and cheaper – especially for solar.