This year at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas Verizon unveiled something cool and unexpected – a touchscreen photo jukebox. This isn’t what you would expect from the words “Verizon touchscreen”. It’s actually a touchscreen jukebox with karaoke and a photo booth. all rolled into one large LCD screen. The whole thing runs on the Verizon 4G LTE network so there are no wires involved in this setup. It’s a plug-and-play setup.
TPN’s own Jeffery Powers stopped by the Verizon booth and got a first-hand demonstration of how it works. The touchscreen allows for seamless scrolling through all of the music, but even better, you can snap a photo and immediately upload it to email, Facebook, or other locations. The photo editor has multiple filters to allow the user to choose the exact photo they want.
Users may or may not like the fact that their video is also captured during karaoke, but that aside, the device is available right now, although it’s probably more for the bar than the home. Users can even access the device from their phone, so there’s no need to walk over to the touchscreen. Head over the Verizon Innovation site for more info.
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