As Google digital signage grows, so do the pieces of hardware and software available to users. Google has stepped up with different kinds of hardware to help users make the most of their technological needs.
The hardware required to complete a digital signage solution is typically a commercial-grade screen and a media player. There are lots of options out there for displays.
There are also lots of options out there for media players, and for Google, that includes the Chromecast, Chromebit, and Chromebox.
But what’s the difference between the three?
Can you use a Chromecast for digital signage?
Google has been making waves in the digital signage market for about two years. They’ve made it clear that “Google is here” in terms of digital signage.
The Google ecosystem has compelling hardware and software available to drive your digital signs.
There’s frequent discussion about Google-based digital signage using Chromecast as a player. But Google has other products like the Chromebit and Chromebox that also work for digital signage.
So, which one should you use?