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    NEC integrates Raspberry Pi into large-format display products

    Providing an all-in-one solution for IoT apps, presentations, digital signage, streaming.
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    Re: NEC integrates Raspberry Pi into large-format display products

    Thats pretty cool, easy to upgrade too. Better than most 'Smart' devices.

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    Re: NEC integrates Raspberry Pi into large-format display products

    Quote Originally Posted by Gunbuster View Post
    Thats pretty cool, easy to upgrade too. Better than most 'Smart' devices.
    thats what I was thinking... Raspberry Pi with something like RasPlex. Might need a little more support for things like netflix though.

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    Re: NEC integrates Raspberry Pi into large-format display products

    Quote Originally Posted by LSG501 View Post
    thats what I was thinking... Raspberry Pi with something like RasPlex. Might need a little more support for things like netflix though.
    Netflix does actually work now if you add the libwidevine files
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