As the weather gets warmer you will notice that restaurants, large and small, are adding outdoor dining areas on the sidewalk. You will also notice that many establishments have adopted electronic ordering systems indoors. These terminals make it easier for servers to take orders and send orders to the kitchen, speeding up service and the delivery of your food. For the outdoor tables many restaurants are adopting an exciting new technology: wireless points of sale POS. A wireless POS system, such as Micros Oracle, TouchBistro, Boxy POS, BIM POS, ShopKeep, or eZeeBurrp, makes employees’ lives easier by relaying orders directly to the kitchen, as they’re taken from the table. All a restaurant needs is a WiFi network throughout its building, and communication between the kitchen and the front of the house is easy.
Smartphones and tablets are becoming a common sight these days as almost everyone – including you – has at least one. Speaking of sight, those same mobile devices can take a toll on your eyes, especially if you can’t spend at least an hour without checking on your social media account, catching up on some TV series, or playing your favorite mobile game. You may not become totally blind, but your vision can decline if you’re using your mobile device with an unprotected screen. Thus, you would want to buy a screen protector, and listed below are some reasons why it’s important for your eyes whenever you’re using your mobile device.
If you are living in the Mid-Atlantic, New England or lake areas of the U.S. you are probably thinking about warm weather to take your boat out on the water. Boaters and recreational fishermen eagerly await summer every year. The weather’s warm, the sun is bright and the fish are biting. There’s no better time to head down to the lake, river or the open sea and enjoy the balmy weather.
When Ricky Nelson sang “If you gotta play at garden parties, I wish you a lotta luck…” in his song Garden Party he certainly did not imagine that sun glare would be an impairment for the musician or D.J.
Blog article by Andrew Serenyi
Almost all cars sold today come with an entertainment system or GPS system. The screen of this device is a Liquid Crystal Display which can crack or even disintegrate during a crash. The shards of the display can fly everywhere and even injure you or your passengers. The larger the display, the greater the risk.
If you are one of the lucky people who can leave the cold winter weather and move south to escape the cold remember to take a NuShield screen protector with you to avoid sun-glare as well.
If you haven’t marked it on your calendar already, February 14th is the day of love. And Valentine’s day is just around the corner. If you’re thinking of getting a present for your loved one, it is important to start planning early. To signify the day of love, you’re probably looking for a present that will bring a smile to their face for a long time to come. It could be a new iPhone, a TV, a tablet or a portable GPS for their car.
For the past couple of years tempered glass screen protectors have been touted as a safe and solid material to protect mobile devices against drops and cracks to the display. The glass surface absorbs contact when the phone is dropped and protects the display from breakages and costly repairs.
The television is the focal point of the entire family room. Most TVs in today’s market strive towards displaying the highest quality images in HD and 4K resolution. But to be able to achieve this goal, manufacturers had to eliminate the matte finish to create a high gloss display that produces ultra bright images. The glossy display, however, is a reflective agent and the glare given off by overhead lights and light coming in from windows are reflected into your eyes. This makes it challenging to see what is on the TV screen. You may find yourself having to constantly adjust your sitting position relative to the TV, or move objects around so they don’t reflect off the TV screen.
Even as advancements in technology are leading to the development of innovative, durable and useful electronic devices, these gadgets are still vulnerable to glare from the sun or from overhead indoor lights.