The Merak model within the Modus family offers even more versatility with its two size options: the tall version and the DDA (Disabled Access) version. These options cater to different needs and ensure inclusivity and accessibility. The tall version of Merak provides an extended height, making it suitable for applications where a larger vertical display area is desired. This can be particularly beneficial for showcasing interactive content, menus, or information that requires a taller layout.
On the other hand, the DDA version of Merak is specifically designed to comply with accessibility standards and regulations, ensuring an inclusive experience for users with disabilities. It incorporates features such as lower height, adjustable screen angles, and accessibility-friendly controls, making it easier for individuals with mobility challenges to interact with the touchscreen kiosk comfortably.
By offering both the tall version and the DDA version, the Merak model of the Modus family demonstrates a commitment to accommodating diverse user needs and creating an inclusive environment. Whether you require a taller display or seek to provide accessible solutions, the Merak model ensures that your touchscreen kiosk is adaptable and user-friendly for all individuals.