Enterprise Hardware
Written by Anna Muni
Updated over a week ago

What are the options to display art from Niio on your TV screen?

  • On Samsung TV screens, signage or consumer, and any Smart TV using GoogleTV or Android TV, install the Niio TV app and pair it to your Niio mobile app to cast the art of your choice.

  • From Apple TV or Fire TV devices, install the Niio TV app and pair it to your Niio mobile app to cast the art of your choice.

  • Use our ArtConsole player and connect with HDMI to any screen or projector. (See below)

  • Cast art from your mobile app using AirPlay or Chromecast

What is an ArtConsole player?

The Niio ArtConsole is an HDMI Hardware Media Box that can be connected to any screen or projector and can be remotely controlled by Niio mobile app or Niio.com.

Pair your account with your Smart TV using the Niio TV Player app and turn your screen into a standalone digital art canvas. Available on Samsung Smart TV and soon on Android TV and LG Smart TV.

What type and size of screen do I need?

  • Your choice of the ideal screen size and model should complement the interior design, location and the size of the wall it is going to be mounted on. You should also decide if you want a 24/7 dedicated art canvas (usually more suitable for commercial grade models) or a screen that will be used for other purposes as well.

  • Niio works on all screens, as it is designed to be “screen agnostic”. It can connect to any screen or projector with a standalone hardware 4K player, which is either purchased separately ($150), or included as part of the Prime Plan.

  • We would recommend a 2021 / 2022 4K Samsung smartTV model (55”-75” depending on your space) - Consumer or Commercial grade - from any of the following series - QLED, FRAME or Business TV. We recommend using the Samsung Signage Display with the Niio TV Player app for the best-in-class visuals, to display the art without any additional hardware. Contact us (like to get in touch) to start displaying your art.

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