Published on January 25th,2006 at 7:30 AM
By >Daimaou - G.G-B

The supermarket’s Cyber Charriot

Fujitsu, Jusco, Dai Nippon and the Japanese government are testing the Shopping Navis Wagon, a shopping cart with LCD screen and RFID reader. This product will allow you to get a maximum of information on the products you see and buy while you shop. We won’t get into the whole RFID debate here, but I quite like the idea of getting a lot of info on the products you’re about to buy. Let’s hope they make it available in other languages for foreigners for example or let you see what the total of your shopping amounts up to before getting to the cash register…

Via Fujitsu
Category Misc
              
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