Digital signage player

Our digital signage player converts any tv or monitor to a digital sign or digital menu board. Turn plain, static store front displays to vibrant, eye catching billboards with our digital signage player. Businesses currently using our digital signage players includes restaurants, real estate, sports clubs and retail stores. Use the digital signage player to promote your goods and services in your store front window or lobby. Leave the system on 24 x 7 since it has no moving parts and uses less energy than your cell phone.



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Restaurants

How many restaurants have you passed by with either those plain, chalkboard signs or a simple, laminated menu in the front? With our digital signage player, you can attract attention with vibrant, colorful display of your specials and menu. Keep people's attention with a scrolling menu with full pictures. Showcase the atmosphere and ambiance of your restaurant with full color images. Show videos to showcase your chef's masterful skills cooking your signature dishes. Promote your food even when your restaurant is closed, Our digital signage player is engery efficient and can run 24 x 7.



Real estate

Real estate agents can benefit from our digital signage player too. Display walk through videos of homes and apartments. Have ever changing pictures of home and apartments you have available even when your office is closed. Show already sold homes with listed and sold prices. Show testimonials from clients that have used you in the past. Advertise your services 24 x 7 even when your office is closed.

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Retail stores

Retail stores can Showcase ads in high definition color. Our digital signage player enables you to show your current inventory as well as sale prices. Show happy customers and their shopping experience. Display current specials and promotions on any tv or monitor with HDMI input. With our digital signage player, you can promote your business through dynamic pictures and videos that can play continuosly in your store front display.



Large Retail Store

Showcase your sale items. Show videos of happy customers using your products. Display isle and shelf location of sale items. Elevate your customers' shopping experience to a new level wtith our digital signage display player.

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