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Buffalo Wild Wings to use tablets for gaming, ordering another round

Edgar Alvarez, @abcdedgar
March 6, 2014
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Service at restaurants can be decidedly slow. But for those of you who frequent Buffalo Wild Wings, relying on the waitstaff to place an order could soon be a thing of the past. The company has revealed that, after a successful pilot program, it's going to put tablets on each one of its tables, with all US locations expected to be outfitted "by the end of 2015." Powered by Buzztime's BEOND platform, these 7-inch Samsung Galaxy slates (no word on the specific model) will let customers order food and drinks, play games, pay the bill, request to have a channel changed and more. Even though this type of setup isn't particularly novel, it's great to see that it's becoming the norm at dining places.

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