Restaurant Chooses iPad Over Print Menus
Forget those silly little mazes you find at the back of restaurant menus, an Australian establishment is replacing all their print menus with Apple iPads.
Global Mundo Tapas in Sydney is amongst the world’s first businesses to implement the three-month old tablet in regular day-to-day commercial use.
With the iPad menus, customers can look at photographs of dishes and get recommendations based on their moods or even the weather before sending their orders straight to the kitchen.
It’s all pretty high-tech, but it’s a sure sign of how tablets aren’t just for consumers’ use but, over time, can penetrate markets typically off-limits to the clunky desktop or notebook.
Just don't get any food smears on that fingerprint magnet of a screen.
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