The AOPEN Chromebox Commercial is a reliable device with the option of a Chrome Device Management Licence. It’s highly reliable and in small form factor.
The AOPEN Chromebox Commercial 2 is a highly reliable and powerful device that operates 24/7 under tough conditions (up to 40ºC). It sets itself apart from any Chromebox, being a commercial grade device, allowing speedy and secure signage from the cloud using Google Chrome OS. This time combined with the capability to run one UHD (4k) screen @60Hz, or two UHD (4k) screens @30Hz. Chrome Device management Deployment and management of the devices have never been easier using Chrome Device Management. Use the signage app of your preference available via the Chrome Web Store to control what’s on the screen.
. Small form factor: This form factor ensures an easy integration into kiosks or behind screens. The AOPEN small form factor is a standard that is used for Digital Engine (DE) models. The size of our Digital Engine series is set to maximum 166x48x177 mm. Its width set to 166 mm. Do the math and you will see that a Digital Engine is an investment that will last, even after replacing the item in a kiosk or mount that already exists.
. UHD (4k) content playback: This media player is capable of driving UHD (4k) content. With a resolution that goes up to 3840x2160 pixels your content will be close to perfect. This feature marks the players that are capable of delivering content that is fluent and stutter free in UHD (4k).
. Handles shocks and vibrations with ease: This device handles shock and vibrations with ease because of its fanless design and solid-state disk (SSD). Because the device has no moving parts, shocks and vibrations are no issue. This means this device is perfect for, for example, moving vehicles: to show transportation information in busses, or to display signage on cruise ships.
. Dual output player
Dual output player, for dual display solutions. These value or mid-range computing devices have multiple outputs, and are therefore perfect for digital signage and dual screen kiosks.