Google Chrome OS

Chromebit Devices for Digital Signage

Turn any screen into an affordable digital sign with a simple, easy to use Chromebit dongle device.

2 years ago, Google (by Asus) released a new Chrome device to the market. After Chromebook, Chromecast, Chromebox and Chromebase, the Chromebit was also born.

The Chromebit is a Chrome OS based dongle. 4 years and 2 years ago Google released the Chromecast which was also a dongle, but not exactly a Chrome OS based. The Chromebit dongle is a ChromeOS operating system based and that means it is in the same line of products (all the above mentioned except the Chromecast) which can be devices managed by the Google Device Management Console (a nice centralized management tool for all Chrome OS based devices, which will allow you, among other things, to put your Chromebit in Kiosk mode).

The Chromebit, like his older brother, the Chromebox, sounds perfect for Chromebox digital signage (this time it will be Chromebit digital signage) since it is compact Chrome OS based. Asus Compute Stick Chromebit comes with a CS10 RockChip 3288-C processor, 2 GB RAM, 16GB storage, HDMI port, USB port, dual band a/b/g/n/ac 802.11 WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0 and HDMI extender cable. You can watch the Chromebit unboxing video here.

The Chromebit stick is officially offered in 85 USD in the U.S.A.

Asus Chromebit

Compact

Has only WiFi connectivity

Has only one USB port

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