Just because your digital signage is huge, doesn’t mean the player that feeds it video content has to be big, as well. In fact, it can be as small as 2.75 inches square, allowing it to fit in tight quarters and offer an affordable alternative for digital signage applications. Designed for less video-intensive needs, the new Nano player from Visix sports an ultra-small form factor (2.75 inches square) to provide reliable 1080p playback for digital signs.
“This is our smallest player yet, and it can fit anywhere,” says Trey Hicks, chief sales officer for Visix. “Our customers are looking for compact, economical solutions for their signage installations. This is a perfect player for less video-intensive applications that still demand highly reliable performance.”
The Nano player is Visix’s smallest and most affordable media player, with robust features like 64GB eMMC storage, 4GB LPDDR4 memory for performance, and support for wired and wireless networking. It is powered by the Intel Apollo Lake Celeron N3350 Processor, and comes with a Kensington security port.
The Nano joins the full portfolio of digital signage players from Visix, including the HDn Media Player which handles 4K video, and the Micro Media Player which provides both HDMI and VGA output options.
All Visix players have built-in security, including Windows Firewall, to ensure your data is protected at all times.
Digital signage players support both static and dynamic IP addresses, and remote updates and diagnostics allow maximum accessibility to deliver information quickly. All of our players are quality tested – OS, chip set compatibility, playback, etc. – so they’re highly reliable for signage systems.
All of the Visix players have an integrated backup and recovery software application that allows you to restore your media player back to its factory OS and software configuration, if ever needed. You can also easily set up additional recovery points.