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Fontainebleau puts an iMac in every room

updated 09:05 pm EDT, Mon June 2, 2008

Fontainbleau

Fontainebleau resorts has announced that it is putting an iMac in every guest room "inspiring guests to share memories and encourages personal expression." Other resort features include Chef Alfred Portale at Gotham Bar and Grill, a Chinese restaurant featuring Michelin star-rated Cantonese cuisine a 5,000-square-foot "chocolate experience." Fontainebleau currently has locations in Miami Beach and Las Vegas. Room rates range from $200 to $900. Hotel chain City Inn previously announced that it was installing iMacs in every guest room, offering software that deletes any personal data from the machines before the guest leaves.




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  1. Parky

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Not a first

    This is not really that big a news item. The City Inn in Manchester, UK has had iMacs in all their rooms for nearly two years.

  1. MilMascaras

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Personal Data Guest Acct

    "Hotel chain City Inn previously announced that it was installing iMacs in every guest room, offering software that deletes any personal data from the machines before the guest leaves."

    Doesn't logging in as "Guest", under Leopard, also gets rid of all personal data used, as soon as they sign out of Guest Account. Make sure the iMac has Leopard, and dont buy that Vendors software, as it is unneccessary.

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