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Mini PC N100 for Photo booth

With the advancement of technology, people are pursuing higher and higher ways of entertainment. If you are wearing gorgeous clothes today and suddenly want to take and print out your beautiful photos while shopping to keep the beauty of today, you can use a self-service photo booth to take pictures and print them out. A self-service photo booth is an interactive station where users can take and print photos by themselves, usually without staff assistance. To ensure these photo booths operate smoothly and efficiently, high-performance mini PCs are essential.


Mini PC N100 for Photo booth

Mini PC GT790-N100: the right-hand man for self-service photo booths


JIERUICC’s mini pc GT790-N100 is widely used in this kind of self-service photo booth to receive and process photo data, and then print out the photos through the built-in printer. Mini PC GT790-N100 adopts an aluminum alloy fanless design, silent operation, and no radiation. The N100 main frequency is up to 3.4Ghz, DDR4 high-speed memory, and extremely fast M.2 Nvme SSD can easily and quickly process these digital photos.


In addition, Mini PC GT790-N100 has rich interfaces, including 2 HDMI output interfaces, 1 DP interface, 6 USB interfaces, 2* RJ45 Gigabit network ports, etc., which can connect other internal devices of the self-service camera booth, such as high-definition cameras, monitors, photo printers, etc.


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Mini PC N100 for Photo booth


JIERUICC’s 21.5-inch industrial touchscreen monitor is perfectly embedded in the cabinet of the camera booth, providing user interface and interaction. Users interact with the self-service photo kiosk through the touch screen. The industrial touchscreen monitor can display the photo guide steps portrait images, etc. The touchscreen monitor allows users to crop, modify, and beautify photos with their fingers, providing users with a very convenient and fast photo experience.


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How a self-service photo booth works:


  1. User interface and interaction:


Touch screen interface: Users interact with the self-service photo booth through a touch screen. The interface is usually very user-friendly and guides users through each step of the process.


Language selection: Many self-service photo booths offer multiple languages ​​to accommodate users from different backgrounds.


  1. Photo process:


Camera activation: The self-service photo booth has a built-in camera that activates when the user is ready to take a photo.


Preview and positioning: Users can see themselves on the screen, so they can adjust their position and appearance before taking the photo.


Timer function: A timer function may be provided, and the user has a few seconds to prepare for the photo after pressing the “take a photo” button.


Multiple photos: Some self-service photo booths allow users to take multiple photos and then select the best one.


21.5inch Touch screen monitor for photo booth


  1. Editing and Customization:


Photo Editing Tools: Users can often edit photos by cropping, adjusting brightness/contrast, or adding filters.

Frames and Templates: The kiosk may offer a variety of frames, backgrounds, and templates for different occasions (e.g., holidays, and birthdays).


  1. Printing and Saving Options:


Printing Photos: After selecting and editing photos, users can print them directly from the kiosk. The kiosk is equipped with a high-quality photo printer.

Digital Copies: Users can also choose to save digital copies to a USB drive, send them to an email address, or share on them social media directly from the kiosk.


Mini PC N100 for Photo booth


  1. Payment Systems:


Payment Options: Users can pay for prints or digital copies using a variety of payment methods, such as credit/debit cards, mobile payment systems (e.g., Apple Pay, Google Wallet), or cash, depending on the capabilities of the kiosk.

Receipt Printing: Once the transaction is complete, the kiosk can print a receipt for the user.


  1. Maintenance and Connectivity:


Remote Monitoring: Many kiosks are connected to the network, allowing for remote monitoring for maintenance. This helps ensure that the kiosk is always functioning properly and stocked with paper and ink.

Software Updates: Software can be updated remotely to add new features, fix bugs, or improve security.


  1. Use Cases and Locations:


Retail Stores: These are usually located in places like pharmacies, supermarkets, and electronics stores.


Tourist Attractions or Commercial Streets: These are placed at tourist attractions or commercial streets where visitors can take and print photos as souvenirs.


Events and Parties: These are used at events like weddings, birthdays, and corporate parties to provide guests with a fun photo-taking experience


  1. Additional Features:


Green Screen Technology: Some advanced kiosks use green screen technology to allow users to select different backgrounds.


Video Capability: Some kiosks offer the ability to record short videos or GIFs in addition to still photos.


Augmented Reality: Some kiosks integrate augmented reality capabilities that allow users to add virtual props or effects to photos.


In essence, self-service camera kiosks provide users with a convenient, fast, and interactive way to take, edit, and print high-quality photos without any assistance, which makes them popular in a variety of public and commercial settings.


Mini PC N100 for Photo booth


Mini PC GT790-N100 and 21.5-inch touchscreen display are perfectly used in camera self-service kiosks. Its efficient data processing capabilities and high-definition picture or video display effects bring new experiences and convenience to people’s lives. If you have a project about a self-service camera kiosk, please contact JIERUICC for more information and get the best quote. We are dedicated to supporting you!


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