We just built these kiosks. We considered using a Raspberry Pi, which we use for a lot of other kiosks, but we decided to use Windows 10 machines for 2 reasons.
- We wanted to use a touch keyboard for input, and the Raspberry Pi doesn’t have a great solution for that
- We wanted the extra horsepower of a W10 box so the webapp we use for a kiosk can use slick web animations
So we ended up using this hardware:
- Displays2Go stand
- Minix Neo
- 27" Planar helium touchscreen
Brother QL-820NWB (For printing guest name tags)
And we use RiseVision for software, so we can configure the webpage from the cloud.
The only complaint I have so far is that the Planar touchscreens are a little dim in natural light. I wish they were 350-400 nits. We also built one without the stand or label printer and using the Planar 24-inch variant, which was significantly cheaper.