Hotel Dubrovnik in Croatia becomes the first hotel to feature interactive IPTV system
The Android OS has been running the gamut when it comes to mobile devices for a while now, but lately it’s been expanding in its implementation. The latest example of this is the Hotel Dubrovnik in Zagreb, Croatia, that just had an Android-based IPTV system installed. Taking a look at the abilities of the system, it’s not only cool but extremely useful as well, allowing guests to view their bill and request room service right from their television. From an entertainment perspective, of course you’ve got the usual TV and movie options you’ll find in hotels, but guests will have access to Android apps and games as well, bringing a new element of fun, particularly for kids.
Check out the presser below for the details and for the comments: Do you think these are services that will revolutionize hotels? What features would you add?
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