Find a player

We try our best to support as many digital signage players as possible. Almost any hardware can be used as a digital signage player – the real challenge is finding one that fits your needs. On this page, you’ll find some of the player devices that we have tested and rated.

Digital Signage Players overview

Entry-level players

Cost-effective digital signage players. Great for starters!
digital signage player

Amazon FireTV
Stick 4K   Amazon FIRE OS Digital Signage Software

Amazon Fire TV Stick digital signage player

Amazon FireTV
Stick (3rd. Gen)   Amazon FIRE OS Digital Signage Software

Amazon Fire TV Stick digital signage player

Amazon FireTV
Stick LITE (3rd. Gen)   Amazon FIRE OS Digital Signage Software

Amazon Fire TV Stick digital signage player

Amazon FireTV
Stick (2nd. Gen)   Amazon FIRE OS Digital Signage Software

Android OS Digital Signage Software

Android 22″
Touch Screen   Android digital signage

Android OS Digital Signage Software

Android HDMI
PC Stick   Android digital signage

Android OS Digital Signage Software

Mi Box   Android OS Digital Signage Software

Mi Box digital signage player - Android digital signage

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Description

Mi Box by Xiaomi is an interesting choice as it’s actually running AndroidTV, a branch of Android customized for TVs. Mi Box has a sleek design and comes with a comfortable remote. Though the hardware acceleration is not as good as FireTV devices, this model has 2GB of ram, which can come handy if you plan to display many website plugins.

Notes

Zones (?)
Slide transition effects (?) 
Element animations (?) 
Ticker support (?)
Script injection (?) 
Screenshot (?) 
Touch screen integration (?) 
Wifi 
Ethernet 

Specifications

2 GB Ram, 8 GB Storage (5GB usable), Quad-core CORTEX A53 1,5 GHz. Processor, MALI GPU, Android digital signage

MX10   Android OS Digital Signage Software

MXQ Pro 4K TV digital signage player - Android digital signage

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Description

MX10 comes with a decent processor and graphics chip, however FireTV devices pack more punch. What makes this device stand out is the large amount of storage and RAM that comes with the device. If you find FireTV devices lacking storage or ram for your content, then MX10 might be a good choice for you.

Notes

Zones (?)
Slide transition effects (?)
Element animations (?)
Ticker support (?)
Script injection (?)
Screenshot (?)
Touch screen integration (?)
Wifi 
Ethernet

Specifications

4 GB Ram, 32 GB Storage (28GB usable), RK3328 Quad-core CORTEX A53 1,5 GHz Processor, Mali-450 MP2 GPU, Android 8.1, Android digital signage

ASUS Chromebit   Chrome OS Digital Signage Software

ASUS Chromebit CS10 digital signage player - Chrome digital signage

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Description

Chromebit is the first entry-level player running ChromeOS – for production usage we recommend setting the device up in kiosk mode. The hardware acceleration is not as good as FireTV devices, however the device has 2GB of ram and supports script injection, which makes it a good choice if you plan on displaying websites or need to alter the site behaviour / log in.

Zones (?)
Slide transition effects (?) 
Element animations (?) 
Ticker support (?) 
Script injection (?) 
Screenshot (?) 
Touch screen integration (?) 
Wifi 
Ethernet 

Specifications

2 GB Ram, 16 GB Storage, RK3288C Quad-core Cortex A17 1.8 GHz Processor, MALI GPU (Model CS10), ChromeOS

Raspberry PI 4   Raspberry PI OS Digital Signage Software

Raspberry PI 3 digital signage player - Raspberry pi digital signage

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Description

Great player for Open Source enthusiasts. You don’t need to be a Linux wizard to set it up, just download & copy our pre-made image!
The 2 or 4GB RAM option makes it a good choice for memory intensive playlists (such as long playlists with many slides or zoned playlists/sub-playlists), but limited hardware acceleration reduces the player score, so it’s not as good as FireTV 4K when it comes to ticker/transitions and animation effects. If all you need is to display basic signage (images, videos, text, occasional website) without many bells and whistles, Raspberry PI will serve you fine!

Notes

Zones (?)
Slide transition effects (?)
Element animations (?) 
Ticker support (?)
Script injection (?)
Screenshot (?)
Touch screen integration (?)
Wifi 
Ethernet 

Specifications

1,2 or 4 GB Ram, SD card storage, BCM2711 SoC with a 1.5 GHz 64-bit quad-core ARM Cortex-A72 processor, Broadcom VideoCore VI GPU, Raspberry PI digital signage

MXQ Pro   Android OS Digital Signage Software

Android OS Digital Signage Software

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Description

At around 30$, MXQ Pro is probably the cheapest Android device. For a low-end device, it can handle transitions and certain element animations surprisingly well, but can become unstable or even freeze if it’s overwhelmed, therefore we can recommend this device only if you’re planning on simple signage content consisting mostly of images and text.
There is also MXQ Pro+ that comes with 2GB RAM.

Despite the 4K promise, the device can’t scale higher than 720p in all apps we’ve tested.

Notes

Zones (?)
Slide transition effects (?)
Element animations (?) 
Ticker support (?) (
Script injection (?)
Screenshot (?)
Touch screen integration (?)
Wifi 
Ethernet
4K support (?)

Specifications

1 GB Ram, 8 GB Storage (5GB usable), Amlogic S905 quad core ARM Cortex-A53 @ 1.2Ghz processor, Mali 450-MP GPU, Android 7.1, Android digital signage

Intel® ComputeStick   Windows OS Digital Signage Software

Intel ComputeStick digital signage player - Windows digital signage

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Description

Compute sticks come in both Linux and Windows flavors. The upside of using Linux is that it can be completely configured to disable all popups/updates whereas Windows is more restrictive in terms of configuration options. Unfortunately though Linux does not have as good graphics drivers, therefore our application will perform better in Windows if you’re planing to use element animations or transitions.

Zones (?) 
Slide transition effects (?) 
Element animations (?)
Ticker support (?) 
Script injection (?)
Screenshot (?) 
Touch screen integration (?)
Wifi 
Ethernet  (possible with adapter)

Specifications

2 GB Ram, 32 GB Storage, Intel ATOM Processor, Integrated (Mode STK1AW32SC), Windows digital signage

Mid- and high-end level players

Starter digital signage players with a bit more performance
digital signage player

Google ChromeCast
with Google TV   Android digital signage

Android OS Digital Signage Software

Android 10″
Touch Screen   Android digital signage

Android OS Digital Signage Software

Microsoft Windows
PC & Laptop    Windows OS Digital Signage Software

Android OS Digital Signage Software

Rikomagic
DS02    Android OS Digital Signage Software

Android OS Digital Signage Software

ASUS VivoMini UN68U   Windows OS Digital Signage Software

Asus Vivo Mini digital signage player

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Notes

Zones (?) 
Slide transition effects (?) 
Element animations (?) 
Ticker support (?) 
Script injection (?)
Screenshot (?) 
Touch screen integration (?)
Wifi 
Ethernet 
YouTube 

Specifications

32 GB Ram, 128 GB Storage, Intel Core i7 Processor, Intel HD, 4K, Windows digital signage

ASUS Chromebox 3 (Intel i7)   Chrome OS Digital Signage Software

Asus Chromebox 3 digital signage player

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Notes

Zones (?) 
Slide transition effects (?) 
Element animations (?) 
Ticker support (?) 
Script injection (?)
Screenshot (?) 
Touch screen integration (?)
Wifi 
Ethernet 
YouTube 

Specifications

8 GB Ram, 32 GB Storage, Intel Core i7 Processor, Intel HD, 4K, Chrome digital signage

INTEL NUC 7 Business Mini PC   Windows OS Digital Signage Software

INTEL NUC 7 Business Mini PC digital signage player

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Notes

Zones (?) 
Slide transition effects (?) 
Element animations (?) 
Ticker support (?) 
Script injection (?)
Screenshot (?) 
Touch screen integration (?)
Wifi 
Ethernet 
YouTube 

Specifications

8 GB Ram, 32 GB Storage, Intel Processor, Integrated, 4K, Windows digital signage

Use Play Digital Signage anywhere.

Our player is compatible with all major operating systems. No matter what hardware you choose, you’ll be able to use our software.

Windows
macOS
Android
Chrome
Amazon FireOS
Linux
Raspberry PI