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First Battery Powered Digital Signage Product Has Been Launched

Allsee Technologies, a leader in innovative Digital Signage solutions, has launched the first battery powered display – the Digital Android Battery A-Board.



Hotly anticipated, this product is the first of its kind on the market. A mains plug is no longer needed for you to deliver your digital messaging, opening up a whole world of new possibilities. Available in a 49” model the display has the following features:


Battery Powered Display


The integrated lithium-polymer battery revolutionises the way you can use Digital Signage. This commercial grade slimline battery solution gives you over 12 hours running time and can recharge fully in 7 hours.



High Brightness IPS Panel


With a special 700cd/m2 IPS panel used in this display is up to three times brighter than a domestic display making it ideal for brightly lit public spaces such as shopping centres.



Ambient Light Sensor


The display has a light sensor that automatically changes the screen’s brightness depending on the ambient light ensuring the most suitable brightness depending on the environment.



Fixed Lockable Castors


These freestanding displays are a fully portable solution and can be easily folded and moved by one person as they feature fixed castors. These wheels can be locked to prevent the screen from moving once in place.



Plug and Play


This is the most straightforward way to upload content to the screen. Simply load images and videos on a USB stick, insert in the display, wait for your content to copy over and then remove. Your images and videos will now play in a continuous loop.


Free Scheduling Software


These displays come with free optional scheduling software for displaying different content at different times of the day. You can also display a “ticker tape” style scrolling text message along the bottom of the screen.


Network Upgrade


For a small charge you can upgrade your screen to be networked, allowing you to connect your screen via Wi-Fi, LAN or 4G, then remotely update it over the internet.