Use low-priced TVs or HDMI monitors as promotional signs,
a restaurant menu, or your featured products.

Four examples of how you can use in-store displays to show specially-designed pages from your website.

Use the $35 Google Chromecast to send custom pages from your website to a big-screen with an HDMI input in your store.

Show anything on your Android phone or tablet on your TV, or use your laptop to cast any website from the Chrome browser. If it’s online, you can cast it.

Setup is easy

  1. Plug Chromecast into the power source and your TV’s HDMI, then select the HDMI input on your TV.
  2. Download the Google Home app and follow the instructions
  3. Open a Chromecast-compatible app and tap the Cast button.

Presto — your web page goes from the small screen to the big screen.

Anycast is only $1999from Amazon.

Anycast wireless display adaptor Wireless Display HDMI Adapter streams online video, music, gallery etc. to your HDTV through your smart phones, tablets or laptops. Easy plug and connect, firmware updated or switched automatically while connected to internet; Support online movies, online webcast, web browsing and YouTube when you 1080P. Works for all IOS 7.0+ and Mac OS devices with Airplay, all Windows and Android 4.0+ Devices need to install free app, AirParrot, iOS10 is not supported.

Visit ScreenScape to see how they do it for $40/month.

Or just call your local guy in Robbinsdale, Steve Rossi, 612 913 2186.

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Visit DigitalSignage to see how they do it for free, if you have a lot of time to invest.

Or just call your local guy in Robbinsdale, Steve Rossi, 612 913 2186.

You know those TV screens you see in stores, restaurants, above gas pumps, and in restaurants? That’s called Digital Signage.

Steve can help you put digital signage to work for you.

Illustration of content creation at DigitalSignage.

Contact Steve at Robbinsdale Websites.

Find out how your website can power in-store signs!

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