Give your content the hardware it needs to really shine

Your digital signage software is only as strong as the hardware it runs on. Make sure it’s running on something powerful. Choose the Fugo player that will give you the best combination of performance, price, and possibility.

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The Fugo NUC


For teams working with Microsoft & Windows-based peripherals, the Fugo NUC arrives pre-installed with Fugo for quick setup & slots easily into your IT infrastructure.

  • Runs Windows 10
  • Supports up to 3 displays (2x HDMI, 1x DisplayPort)
  • Supports screenshotting of player content
  • Sturdy, rugged box form factor
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The Fugo Chromebox


For teams based in the Google & Chrome ecosystem, the Fugo Chromebox is easy to set up and offers extra device management from your Google Admin console.

  • Runs ChromeOS
  • Supports up to 2 displays (1x HDMI, 1x USBC)
  • Additional device management controls
  • Slim, smartphone sized form factor
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Device capability
Compatible with all Fugo apps & featuresYesYes
Fugo app installedYesNo
HTML5 playback4K4K
ProcessorIntel® Celeron N5105Intel® Celeron N4500 
Operating systemWindows 10 IoTChromeOS
OS license costsWindows license included$25 Chrome Enterprise annual license needed
Remote device management support / costsLimited feature support available in Fugo CMSAvailable with Chrome Enterprise annual license
Continuous operation duration24/724/7
Video wall capabilityUp to 3 displaysUp to 2 displays
I/O & HW specs
RAM8 GB, configurable up to 32GB8 GB, not upgradable
Storage128 GB32 GB
Wi-FiWi-Fi 5Wi-Fi 6
EthernetGigabit EthernetGigabit Ethernet
Display ports2x HMDI + 1x DisplayPort 1.4 + 1x USB-C1x HDMI + 1x USB-C
USB4x USB 3.1 + 2x USB 2.02x USB 3.2
Dimensions6.6” x 4.5” x 1.5” (168 x 115 x 37.4mm)6.4” x 3.1” x 0.8” (163 x 79 x 19.7mm)
MountingVESA mount included
Two mounting screw holes, designed for M2.5 x L6 screws.
Full-featured digital signage software suite

Both players provide a powerful performance of the Fugo app on screen, while Fugo CMS gives you all the features you need for content management.

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Content sources

Create slides directly inside Fugo, upload media, or pull content from systems where it already lives via our apps.

Central Screen Management

Group, tag and view screens to easily manage a large screen network from one central platform on the cloud.

Flexible Scheduling

Broadcast urgent content across your network with priority takeovers, or create recurring content schedules to keep planning easy.

Top-Down Control

Intuitive publishing & account hierarchies empower your teams at the local level, while keeping your communications on brand.

Frequently asked questions
Is a software license for Fugo included in the price of the player?

No, a software license is not included with the player. Once you’ve set up your player with your screen & your free trial has ended, you’ll be prompted to purchase a Fugo license for your player, which will renew monthly or annually on a subscription basis.

You can view our pricing tiers and supported features here. If you’re not sure which plan is right for you, reach out to or book a demo call to go over your requirements & find the right option.

Do I need a player for each screen?

If your screens are not within close enough proximity to each other to be connected to a single player, then yes, you'll need a separate player for each screen. For non-video wall scenarios where you intend to display different content on each screen, we recommend one player per screen for ease of management.

If you choose to connect multiple screens to one player, Fugo will - by default - treat multiple outputs as a single extended display showing the same content. However, you can use our Design Studio to create a canvas with distinct zones that correspond to each screen, upon which you can build your content for each separate screen.

If I use a single player to power multiple screens, how will my subscription be charged for those screens?

While we commonly refer to all Fugo-connected devices as "screens" in our CMS and documentation, it's important to note that a "screen" denotes the device running the Fugo app, which could be a smart TV, SoC display, tablet, or media player. Fugo charges per device on which our software is installed.

For instance, if you use a single Fugo player to power three screens, you'll only incur charges for that one player, not for the three screens it's connected to.

Who do I contact for bigger orders?
If you have a large deployment planned (100+ screens), you may be eligible for a volume discount on Fugo players. Reach out to for more information.
What is your return policy for the Fugo players?
We do not accept returns for non-faulty players. If you notice a defect or fault, please notify our team at within 14 days of receiving your player.
How do I get started with Fugo & my new player?

Once your player is delivered, you’ll need to follow the appropriate instructions for connecting your Fugo NUC or Fugo Chromebox to our CMS.

You’ll also need to start a free trial in order to start creating and connecting content sources like media, apps & integrations, secure dashboards, web pages, and more.

Our Getting Started Guide is a great place to start for guidance on your new Fugo account!

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Ready to get going with your digital signage?

Start managing your screens today with a free trial, or book a demo to find out how Fugo can work for your organization.