11.04.12

BrightSign cuts price and size of signage players

BrightSign has reduced the price and form factor of its solid state HD digital signage players with its new line of products.

Three models to support a wide variety of applications ranging from stand-alone kiosk displays to networked solutions.

The HD players are integrated with a next-generation microprocessor that allows BrightSign to deliver improved media playback performance as well as save on manufacturing costs.

BrightAuthor signage management software is included alongside a variety of networking options.

BrightSign HD120 is the basic interactive model. It is suitable for stand-alone displays and combines solid-state reliability with GPIO interactivity and can be updated with an SD card.

BrightSign HD220 is a networked looping model. It enables networked content updates and live data feeds (Live Text), along with video playback and Ethernet synchronisation.

BrightSign HD1020 is a networked interactive model. It offers a range of interactive options using GPIO, USB, serial and UDP connections and networked content.

BrightAuthor is a PC software application included with all BrightSign digital signage controllers that facilitates creation, publishing, managing and monitoring of digital signage displays.