Videotel Digital, the only manufacturer serving the digital signage industry with the widest variety of sensor-driven, interactive, touch and touch-less peripherals, reliable, affordable, and simple-to-use out-of-the-box industrial-grade 4K digital signage interactive media players looping DVD players and directional sound speakers, has introduced an all-new VP92 4K industrial-grade interactive digital signage media player.
The new VP92 4K industrial-grade interactive digital signage media player provides more resolution options including up to 3840-by-2160 in landscape and 2160-by-3840 in a portrait configuration with higher bit-rate playback, which provides a sharper, crisper and higher quality picture. Now with a new dual HDMI port, the VP92 can support two screens simultaneously with no splitter.
In addition, the Videotel Digital VP92 player comes packed with free Cloud-based software options to choose from—either Cloud-based StudioPro or the new StudioWeb, making the software equally easily accessible from a Web browser using Web-based technology to connect the player through the cloud with real-time access at no additional charge.
The VP92 4K offers more versatility allowing customers to pause/play, fast forward, and/or rewind video with the remote control. New for resellers and integrators – who can now request customization of the home screen, a service that Videotel Digital provides for a nominal fee.
The new VP92 4K industrial-grade interactive digital signage media player also has the capability of hands-free screen control, which transfers full navigation control of the screen to a smartphone after taking a picture of the QR code on the screen allowing it to become touch-free! And, like all Videotel Digital’s digital signage media players, the VP92 is easy to install, works right out of the box and comes with a two-year warranty.
Lisa Schneider, Videotel Digital’s EVP of Marketing and Sales said, “Our new VP92 media player is more versatile, gives customers new programming options across more screens and delivers a higher quality video picture than ever before.”