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Las Vegas visitors wishing to surf the Internet and handle their e-mail will soon have an array of new options...

Las Vegas visitors wishing to surf the Internet and handle their e-mail 
will soon have an array of new options, according to a story by Hubble 
Smith in the July 12 Las Vegas Review-Journal. A division of local 
computer seller Mirage Computers Inc. is preparing to install kiosks 
offering Internet access at a number of local hotels and taverns, the 
Las Vegas Convention Center, and McCarran International Airport. 

Smith's article noted that the interactive computer kiosk market, which 
grossed nearly $370 million in 1996, is projected to grow to about $3 
billion by 2003. In addition to offering Internet access to people 
without their own computers, the kiosks will allow users with their own 
laptops to make a connection and get online. The cost to use the kiosks 
is expected to be about 30 cents a minute, with the first kiosks slated 
to be up and running within the next 60 days. 



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