New Open -Frame Display Ideal for Non -Networked Digital Signage

low-cost open frame display from Sun Group offers OEM system developers and integrators a flexible and cost-effective means of creating non-networked digital signage solutions


low -cost open frame display from Sun Group offers OEM system developers and integrators a flexible and cost -effective means of creating non -networked digital signage solutions. Ideal for shelf edge, counter top and gondola type retail displays, the 8", 10.4, 15, 17 and 19 models can be easily integrated into product promotions and marketing campaigns. Sun Group offers a comprehensive range of media players, covering both the networked and non -networked screen media environments. Although networked systems are becoming extremely popular, there is still a significant demand for stand -alone systems which can offer high -quality audio and video. This new solution from Sun Group is designed to meet this need, and supports all popular media standards such as MPEG -1, MPEG -2 and MPEG -4 (DiVX, XviD) for video, as well as JPEG for still images and WMA/MP3 for audio. With non -networked systems it is important that content can be changed or updated easily and economically. The display facilitates this through the use of removable media such as SD card, Compact Flash and USB drives. The product operates in Simple Play mode (Repeat -One, Repeat Folders, Repeat All) and features (IR) remote control and an on -screen display (OSD).


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