Digital posters are usually free standing screens that can be made for indoor or outdoor use, however they can also be standlone screens which are mounted on the wall or hung from the ceiling. Indoor digital posters are normally in a portrait orientation using a 55 to 65” screen. Outdoor digital posters have an IP65 weather rating and have higher brightness screens so content can be viewed when sunlight hits the screen. Outdoor digital posters can be larger 65 or 75” as viewing distances may be further away.
These can come with a built-in windows pc or android system or a built-in picture/video player.
Digital posters are often seen in malls, airports and building foyers to display both product and advertising material.
Super shuttle uses the poster to display their shuttle pricing at the Auckland airport. They use a NUC to run content on their digital poster.
Mitsubishi uses them at their showrooms to display/promote certain models. They use the built-in android media player to run content on their digital posters.
Kagi uses screens which are mounted portrait on the cabinets at their pop-up kiosk inside a mall to display their range of jewellery. They use the USB function on the screens to play content.