Diebold ATM jukebox rocks at Retail Delivery
29 November 2000 | 2891 views | 0
Diebold plans to rock BAI's Retail Delivery 2000 with its jukebox ATM this week offering visitors to New Orleans' famous French Quarter money and music via MP3 audio files.
The machine - a converted CashSource Plus 400 - has been redesigned to offer a nostalgic neon-trimmed topper and faux wood finish. The concept terminal applies Diebold's OPTinet software to retrieve tracks from Internet music providers using MP3 technology and a J/XFS software standard. Users can insert cash or transfer funds from their cash cards to play a variety of tracks, from the Beatles to Latin and Cajun zydeco.
The company plans to promote the new terminal to retailers and entertainment venues. The colour graphic display on the machine has been designed for advertisement sales and also features a space in which to promote local bands, cater to local events and customise music selections to a retailer's customer base.