The first question is ‘What is a digital signage player?’ A digital signage player is a hardware device that connects to a display screen, it runs a particular software which allows you to display the content on the screen. In actual fact a digital signage player is no different to a small Personal Computer. They have similar components and sometimes even look very similar. The key difference between a PC and digital signage player is that a digital signage player was built specifically for Digital Signage implementation, what do I mean by that? PC’s are built for home use and even commercial PC’s are built for the corporate office. Digital Signage players on the other hand have been predominately designed to cater for the environment in which it will be used in. Most players are placed behind a large display unit or hidden in the wall, ceiling or hidden in some other method. Here’s a few examples:

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