DT Research WebDT MS200

DT Research has announced the WebDT MS200, a multi-screen signage appliance for powering two screens with digital content.
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DT Research WebDT MS200

Apr 15, 2011 12:50 PM

DT Research has announced the WebDT MS200, a multi-screen signage appliance for powering two screens with digital content. Featuring an Intel Core processor, the MS200 includes the latest graphics technology with two outputs for high-quality video. Combined with WebDT Content Manager software, one MS200 is capable of driving dynamic content on two screens while communicating with the server for continuous updates. These screens can be configured into one video wall or they can be spread out to serve separate areas, with the MS200 delivering up to 1920x1080 resolution to each screen. A display can be divided into up to 16 zones of media. The MS200 offers content flexibility for image, Flash, and multimedia file formats stretched across multiple screens or played on a single screen. The WebDT Content Manager (WCM) software provides the remote management of the MS player, content scheduling and layout, and power timing. WCM has a browser-based interface, allowing users to create and manage content from any PC or browser-enabled device on the Internet. Price: NA

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