TripleLite launches ‘stripped back’ digital signage system for SMEs called Electronic Posters
Paul Milligan, March 7, 2013
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TripleLite Electronic Posters is a stripped back digital signage system aimed at small businesses, restaurants, bars, cafes, schools and nurseries allowing a user to create displays quickly and simply.
As all content is stored on to USB locally to each screen, users can be assured it will not fail as it has no reliance on broadband connectivity, and has no moving parts.
The TripleLite system is also suitable for one-off occasions, reception areas, internal displays, menu boards, promotions and across multiple screen estates. It also has the ability to remotely monitor downloads and devices.