Seneca will launch something it’s calling the Seneca HDS — a media player on an HDMI stick. Media sticks are often frowned upon for an enterprise installation for myriad reasons. Security, theft, performance and failure rates are the most common complaints around media sticks in a digital signage environment. But the Seneca HDS claims to be the first media stick purpose built for digital signage. The Seneca HDS negates these challenges with purposeful design and feature sets. Features like a solid state, fanless design, Kensington lock and NIC port position this media stick well for enterprise installations.
Not many specs are available, yet, but we will see it at DSE next week. However, it includes both a USB input as well as wireless Wi-Fi and LTE capability and we hear it has the ability to output both 1080p and 4K video.
Here are the known details, however.