Can someone recommend me a digital signage player?

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I'm using a pc to display images in my tv and I want to replace the pc with a digital signage player. But I don't know which one, I just need a simple one that allows me to display images and when I want to make changes it would be possible via web
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Hi!

I would recommend an Intel NUC.

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Hi Soporte Maker,
We also have a hardware recommendations thread that you may find useful.

Let us know if you have further questions,
Hannah
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Suporte Maker,

You can also check out our Create a Display page, it has a table on it showing some Displays that may interest you: https://help.risevision.com/user/create-a-display

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Chromebit!
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Bert,

I'm not sure if you have seen our stance on ChromeOS devices, it is listed on our Create a Display page. It states the following:

Please be aware that we have put further development of the Rise Vision Chrome Application Player on hold due to issues we have had with providing a reliable service with Chrome Applications. We are continuing to make the Chrome App Player available to those that prefer to use it with Chrome OS, but please be advised that this is not our recommended solution as of this writing. We are continuing to monitor the Chrome Application platform and should the circumstances change we will reconsider restarting the project. We sincerely apologize for any inconveniences that this has caused.

Just wanted to make sure you were aware :)

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Hi Suporte Maker,

I would actually go the route of a Cenique Android Media player.
It's small and compact, comes pre-loaded with rise vision and the support is amazing. It's a complete plug n play solution.