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TMCNet:  KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Offers Innovative, Space-Saving Check-In Computer Solutions

[January 21, 2013]

KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Offers Innovative, Space-Saving Check-In Computer Solutions

Boise, Idaho, Jan 21, 2013 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) -- To complement their secure children's check-in software, KidCheck, Inc. has updated its check-in computer and check-in station product offerings to include the Lenovo IdeaCentre Q190 nettop personal computer, delivering an innovative, space-saving and stylish solution. Taking it one step further, for increased ease-of-use, KidCheck pre-loads the nettop PC with the necessary KidCheck check-in software and drivers, so check-in is ready to run right out of the box (software subscription not included).

"Our customers appreciate that KidCheck is a one stop shop for all things children's check-in, both software subscription solutions and hardware and accessory items," said Alex Smith, CEO of KidCheck. "Featuring a pre-loaded Lenovo Q190 nettop in our KidCheck Check-In PC package, supports our goal of delivering easy, smart, state-of-the-art secure children's check-in solutions." The KidCheck Check-In PC package provides a fully functional, ready-to-go computing system in a sleek, black look. It includes the full-featured, space-saving Lenovo Q190 nettop PC, which can be mounted directly to an 18.5" LCD monitor, to create a virtual all-in-one. The package also includes a keyboard and mouse.

The Lenovo Q190 is less than an inch thick and incorporates a 1.5GHz Celeron 887 dual-core processor, 4GB DDR3 memory, 500GB HDD storage, Intel HD integrated graphics, Genuine Windows(R) 8, integrated high-speed 802.11 b/g/n WiFi, four USB 2.0 and two USB 3.0 ports.

The KidCheck Check-in PC is available as a standalone; bundled with a mobile cart; or as part of the KidCheck Complete Check-In Station package.

The KidCheck Complete Check-In Station incorporates all the hardware needed to complete children's check-in, all in one package. It includes the KidCheck Check-In PC system, plus mobile cart, and starter kit (DYMO LabelWriter printer, KidCheck laser barcode scanner, four pack of labels).

The mobile cart neatly organizes the check-in items, housing the nettop PC and monitor, keyboard and mouse, plus printer and scanner. It's easy to assemble, simple to use and has wheels, allowing it to be quickly moved to wherever check-in is needed.

About KidCheck KidCheck, Inc. provides secure, web based children's check-in software and complete check-in station solutions for churches and child care professionals. KidCheck is committed to delivering easy-to-use, reliable and secure check-in systems backed by expert, personal service and support. To learn more or to sign up for a demo visit http://www.kidcheck.com.

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