When we created the first tablet kiosks back in 2010 alongside the launch of the original iPad, we committed to making a secure, reliable enclosure that could compete with existing full-scale kiosk solutions.
While 'iPad' is part of our name, we create and customize kiosk enclosures for a wide variety of tablets, including models by Microsoft and Samsung
We’ve worked with some of the top companies and organizations in the world, providing enclosures, branding, peripherals, and expertise to meet the tough requirements of real-world kiosk projects.
Discover how we can be a powerful force in the success of your next project.
You need a kiosk that’s built to last. With thirty years of design experience and a best-in-class three-year warranty on all our enclosures, we understand what that takes.
We offer the highest-quality kiosk enclosures, accessories, and branding to pull together any tablet kiosk project, professionally and within budget.
With locking heads milled from durable thermoplastics and bodies formed from heavy, cold-rolled steel, you’ll always know your tablet is safe.Learn more
iPad and other tablet kiosks work well in a wide variety of settings, allowing visitors to learn and interact at their own pace. From visitor surveys to interactive information displays, we hear new ideas and uses for these kiosks every day (and we’ve made many of them happen already!)
Add your own text, imagery and logo to create a bold kiosk and increase visitor traffic. With our professional printing and application, you’ll see results from day one.View Branding Options
To help us manage demand and streamline our manufacturing processes, we’ve implemented a new ERP (enterprise resource planning) system. . .[read more]
Kiosk Pro, Kiosk Group’s popular series of iOS kiosk apps, passed a new milestone in early November: 250,000 licenses sold. . .[read more]
One of the most-highly discussed kiosk projects of 2017, Shake Shack’s Astor Place kiosk initiative has launched using a customized version of our traditional countertop iPad kiosks. . .[read more]