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Asus showcases its wide range of digital signage solutions at ISE 2017

Asus today showcased its latest lineup of digital signage and mini-PC retail solutions at the ongoing Integrated Systems Europe 2017 in Amsterdam.

SA Series with SignArrange: The smart and convenient media solution

The main highlight was the SA Series digital signage with industrial-grade panels that feature anti-burn-in technology for round-the-clock use. The digital signage runs on Android, supporting daisy-chain connections via DisplayPort 1.2. It includes a built-in USB media player supports a variety of media formats. Available in 49- and 55-inch sizes, the SA Series comes with ASUS SignArrange APK pre-installed. The app allows for simple template-based content creation and playback. The built-in G-sensor helps it sense display orientation and automatically switch between landscape and portrait modes.

SD434-YB: The cost-effective media solution

The SD434-YB is a 43-inch Full HD digital signage with an energy-efficient LED panel and wide-view panel technology. It offers a host of connectivity features including HDMI, DVI-D, D-Sub, CVBS/Y, audio-in/out, RJ45, RS232-in/out and USB ports. Like the SA series, this one too has a built-in media player with support for multiple media formats.

ASUS Control Center

ASUS Control Center (ACC) is an app that provides users with an intuitive dashboard to manage their digital signage. It lets you perform things such as schedule assigned tasks or send email notifications in the event of a hardware malfunction. It makes device customization and management an easy affair as it can be used for a single digital signage or scaled up to manage a fleet of devices. The app can be used on any mobile device via a browser that supports HTML5.

ASUS mini-PC business solutions

ASUS offers a host of mini-PC business solutions ranging from ultra-slim stick PCs to 2-liter mini PCs with Windows and Chrome support. They feature the Chrome Management Console and ASUS Business Manager for easy remote management, and are ideal for use in retail locations, transportation hubs, video walls and corporate environments. Customers can even specify their preferred CPU, operating system, Wi-Fi card and storage options for easy customization.

ASUS mini PCs undergo stringent 24-hour ageing, reliability and compatibility testing to ensure perfect performance right out of the box. These trials include exposing the product to temperature and humidity extremes, burn-in, and power-on-and-off cycles, among others.


ASUS VivoMini UN45

ASUS VivoMini PC UN45 is powered by an Intel® Celeron® processor. It features full connectivity with a total of four USB 3.0 ports, and 802.11ac Wi-Fi. The UN45 delivers stunning 4K UHD visuals, and supports up to three independent displays through HDMI and mini DisplayPort++. VivoMini PC UN45 has a compact VESA-mount-compatible chassis and has an easy-access panel for hassle-free hardware upgrades. Its fanless design ensures almost silent operation even under full load.


ASUS Chromebox 2 (CN62)

ASUS Chromebox 2 is powered by a 5th Generation Intel Core processor and delivers stunning 4K UHD visuals. Chromebox 2 has a low-noise design and features a total of four USB 3.0 ports, Bluetooth® 4.0, 802.11ac Wi-Fi, a 4-in-1 card reader, an audio output jack, HDMI and DisplayPort++ ports, and a Kensington lock. Chrome OS takes the stress out of computing with automatic updates and built-in anti-virus software for a smart and secure digital environment. Google Chrome’s web-based management console lets users easily manage user accounts, applications or devices across an organization from a single device.


ASUS Chromebit CS10

At just 12cm long, ASUS Chromebit CS10 is the world’s smallest Chrome OS device and delivers Full HD 1080p visuals. Chromebit CS10 has dual-band 802.11ac Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, along with USB and HDMI ports. It also comes with an extension cable or an exclusive bendable Flex Connect HDMI connector to accommodate the varying angles and positions of HDMI ports on different displays.



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