NEXCOM shows new digital signage players19 January 2012
New multimedia digital signage players from NEXCOM making their debut at ISE include the NDiS 126, NDiS 127 and NDiS OPS-M50, which feature cutting-edge Intel or AMD based technology. This means, sasy NEXCOM, that they possess superb graphics capabilities and offer a lower the total cost of ownership.
Based on Intel’s latest Atom architecture, the NDiS 126 (pictured, top) is a compact 1080p media player which supports Full HD content up to dual independent displays. The NDiS 127 is powered by AMD’s new Embedded G-Series T56N APU to achieve new levels of graphics performance with exceedingly low power consumption. The NDiS OPS-M50 (pictured, bottom) is based on a 2.50GHz Intel Core i5-2515E Dual Core processor with Intel Integrated Graphics 3000. It complies with Intel’s Open Pluggable Specification (OPS), which aims to simplify thebinstallation, upgrade and maintenance of large-scale digital signage applications.