NACE BRANDS Release Two Mini Digital Signage Players

North American Cable Equipment, Inc, (NACE Brands) announced that it has released two mini "behind the display" digital signage players to their product offerings within the Datatronix product line, both rated for up to 1080p video files. These units will be available for immediate purchase as an approved NACE dealer or through approved distribution partners.

NACE BRANDS Release Two Mini Digital Signage PlayersModel DT-HDMP-1 is a miniature signage player with dimensions of (3.0"W x .5"H x 2.25"D) and is made with the intent to fit into any needed solution. The DT-HDMP-1 features HDMI output connectivity alongside standard USB or SD/MMC card input ports. The DT-HDMP-1 unit also features a composite A/V breakout cable, remote control, and external power supply.

Model DT-HDMP-2 is also conservative in size with dimensions of (3.50"W x 3.50"D x 1.0"H. This unit features HDMI output connectivity and has input options of USB or SD/MMC card. Both composite A/V and component videoNACE BRANDS Release Two Mini Digital Signage Players breakout cables are included. This unit is also equipped with top mount basic controls, a remote control and external power supply.

By keeping the feature sets simple and limited helps to keep the cost per unit lower and more realistic for applications that simply need basic plug and play connectivity. Both of these units from NACE Brands have dealer pricing sub $100.00 per unit. Both units feature easy and intuitive user interface options, and are compatible with a wide range of audio and video files.

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