Thursday, January 13, 2011

Electronic Order Menu Made in Portugal

No doubt everyone of us has already wished to have some form of automated ordering system when waiting for a waiter to come take your order at a restaurante, bar, or café. Well, a Portugues company - X64 - has decided to make something about it, and came up with the electronic menu.

It's a small menu with several pages and buttons that can transmit your order wirelessly to a receiving station. (They claim it has 1 year battery life - which should help clear out any worried about frequent battery replacement or recharging.)

You can keep track of your order on a small LCD screen, and each page is detected via magnetic detection (each page has its unique magnet)

It's a quite simple concept, that can already be found in some places in Portugal.

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