In Depth Tour of LinkNYC, New York City's Public Wifi Kiosks

Ars Technica recently checked out one of the streetside LinkNYC WiFi kiosks that launched this year in New York City. Get a basic tour of their embedded touch-screen tablets in this video.

Each Link NYC kiosk has a tablet on its edge that you can use to browse the Web, look up local information, make free phone calls, and find directions to your next destination. There are also a couple of USB ports that you can use to charge your devices, and there’s even a headphone jack so you can make calls with a little more privacy.

Check out the accompanying article to read more about LinkNYC.

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