Digiboo delivers movie kiosks at the mall

  • Article by: STEVE ALEXANDER , Star Tribune
  • Updated: October 11, 2012 - 12:05 AM

Digital movie kiosks, first offered to air travelers with laptops, are now serving tablet owners and Southdale shoppers.

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mingo21Oct. 11, 12 7:36 AM

wow - over 55 million iPads have been sold and only a very tiny amount of android tablets have been sold - they should have rolled out the iPad/iPhone compatibility before Android - they are missing out on a larger market - everyone knows Android users don't spend nearly as much on apps and services for their phones and tablets as iPhone and iPad users do. Service seems a bit odd that you have to bring your device to the kiosk - haven't they heard of the internet?

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ruphinaOct. 11, 12 8:23 AM

no HD? Another question- if you buy the movie, is it only viewable on the smaller screens? What would it look like on a 55" HD TV? Bill G.

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rydadiOct. 11, 12 8:54 AM

Good idea but everyone who has a laptop uses the I tunes store and could more easily buy\rent direct from I tunes. Plus the added HD feature and the ability to play on all devices with account. This would have been a great pre itunes store idea though.

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ruphinaOct. 11, 12 1:08 PM

rydadi- I too am skeptical of this plan, but I also do not think the phrase "everyone who has a laptop uses the I tunes store" is accurate either. There are other options for content, plus some like me just do not watch movies on a laptop (or smaller). Bill G.

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