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Library

Libraries have been quick to embrace the time- and money-saving potential of technology. Not only have they been able to reduce the man-hours spent filing index cards, so freeing up space, but handling inquiries and reservations over the internet also makes it faster for instructors and students to check the publication details of a book, pinpoint its physical location, and see its current lending status. And to further simplify the process, several libraries have even installed self-service checkout and return systems.



Libraries aim to create a pleasant reading environment. Wall-mounted computers and monitors can help reduce clutter, while making the equipment more secure and easier to manage.

Dead-zone-free wireless networks are essential to the modern-day library. With high-coverage wireless equipment, able to communicate between rooms and floors, the need for network cables is reduced. With a reliable wireless network, visitors can be allowed to use their own smart devices or notebook computers to take advantage of online library services at all times.

Recommended Products

  • ASUS Chromebox (commercial)

    Use Chromebox to access and store data in the cloud. Not only is it convenient to manage and update, but it also avoids the costs of software and operating systems. This allows libraries to minimize IT expenditure, allowing more investment in other aspects of their operations.

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  • SV425

    A library can install digital signage to replace the traditional print-based signage in order to communicate with library users, mixing news and announcements of immediate interest to students. A large display commands attention and brings results.

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  • CP240

    With built-in remote desktop protocol technology, zero client monitors can stand along with bulky desktop, yet connected with central server that host database of library collections or renting items records. With this Zero client monitor, all data can be managed easily.

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  • SV425

    A library can install digital signage to replace the traditional print-based signage in order to communicate with library users, mixing news and announcements of immediate interest to students. A large display commands attention and brings results.

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    A candy-bar-sized computer with Chrome OS that’s perfect for signage, kiosks, and more

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  • VivoStick PC commercial (TS10)

    A pocket-sized Windows PC for a new world of business possibilities

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Solutions

  • Among the devices that libraries currently use for document queries, the all-in-one touchscreen computer is becoming a standard choice. With a handwriting input option that cuts back on keyboard use, it can be wall-mounted to save space. Easy to clean and disinfect, it can also help reduce the possibility of transmission of biological viruses when used in a public space.

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  • For an economical, wall-mounted computing solution, the ultra-compact EeeBox connected to an LCD display can achieve the same clean and tidy space-saving results as an all-in-one PC.

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  • ASUS networking equipment offers libraries an effective solution to wireless dead zones. In addition to maintaining the smooth operation of the network inside the building, the latest high-coverage wireless equipment can help eliminate dead zones, for fast and uninterrupted building-wide use.

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