PureLink has added the MPX100 II HD media player to its PureStream line of digital signage and IP video management solutions. Dubbed as the “Mark II” version of the MPX100, it now includes a 1.6 GHz Quad-core processor, additional USB 2.0 ports, as well as a key-lock on the front panel for content storage — it includes both HDMI and VGA outputs with audio.
Together with the MPX Management Software Suite, the MPX100 II is marketed as a complete digital signage solution for applications such as retail, restaurants, hotel lobbies, airport information, and public transportation.
Also PureLink added a new entry-level player called the MPX50. The PureStream MPX50 is a simple player for applications that don’t require any custom programming or software management. It plays media files from USB or SD card storage, allowing users to load images, videos, and audio content onto a USB or SD memory device drive and connect it directly to the box. It includes a VGA, HDMI and optical audio output. It’s basically a content slide player that were the duration of each slide is in 1-, 3-, 5- and 10-second increments and transitions between slides are limited to blinds vertical, horizontal, mosaic or random.