well this answers alot of my personal questions
The ML-1 is the first countertop enabled with Megatouch Live, an online service that gives players more to do, more to spend their money on, and more reasons to play again and again (details on other side).
Features classic games re-invented in HD, new multi-touch Battle Arena games for simultaneous head-to-head play, and future games and content that auto-download each month.
Includes superior management capabilities, giving operators more control of games, menus, and pricing options both on and off location.
Boasts a 22” screen with multi-touch technology, allowing multiple users to play games together, plus it’s designed to auto-calibrate, eliminating the process of manual calibration.
Powered by Microsoft Windows® Embedded Standard 7, including the latest in wired and wireless Windows networking security and support.
Stores all machine settings “in the cloud” and re-downloads them after factory restores, hard drive swaps, etc.
Most components can be instantly accessed and removed without tools.All hardware components can be swapped without losing machine serial number.
Features innovative airflow mechanics that channel cool air onto the hard drive, motherboard, and into the LCD assembly, while pushing warm air generated by the power supply directly out of the unit.
Cabinet illuminates bar top with 360 degrees of ambient lighting.
Both the ML-1 and Megatouch Live require broadband connectivity.
Includes Megatouch Live Player Cards for on-location promotion (additional cards can be ordered by contacting AMI Customer Service).
as it is basicly cloud based,the hard drive would olny carry basic info on it
ie what it is,where to hook up :ip:,where it is,very basic like the touchtunes..
on a tech side i can see this 1 beening 1 pain in the nads to service
hdmi,multi touch touch screen,slim line like the ion's.,which btw for u whom do not know,it dose not matter how many holes u drill in them to get air in,they need alot of fans..