Touchscreen Tables Could Replace Printed Menus In Restaurants

Touchscreen Tables Could Replace Printed Menus In Restaurants

Korean company integrates interactive technology into cafe furniture.

Yi Chen
  • 4 january 2013

A Korean company is planning to launch a cafe table where the surface features a touchscreen PC. The Moneual Touch Table PC replaces traditional printed menus as customers can browse items and place orders directly on the table.


Along with displaying menus, the high-tech table also features a NFC reader that is capable of accepting card payments. The furniture item is a great way to allow restaurant owners to display high-quality photos of the meals, and change around the menu quickly and easily.

No specs are released yet, but it is rumored that Moneual will unveil the product at this year’s CES.


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