Digital Menu Display: How to display on 5 TVs via wifi


I'm struggling to find a solution to this:

I'm opening a fast food restaurant and plan to have 5 Samsung TVs (with usb ports) mounted behind the counter to display our menu to the customers.

I can design these menus as images and display them using USB Keys.

However, I also have the option to have my menu images hosted online. With this method I can edit from a remote location and use animations etc.

How can I display several web hosted menu images on multiple TVs? I will have a wifi network and have been experimenting with Google Chromecast but that only seems to be effective for screen mirroring 1 laptop for 1 tv.

I need an effective way of displaying 5 different web hosted menu images on 5 different tvs via a wifi network.

I'd be extremely grateful for any suggestions.


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Samsung has a division just for that.
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Thanks Bob

Really appreciate the reply.

I had a look at that website and while it looks impressive I think it would really inflate the cost of my little project.

I'm planning to use standard consumer TVs, 42" size that retail for about $500 each.

The additional cost for a smart TVs is significant. Plus I have a Samsung smart TV at home which can't cope any better with my problem unfortunately.

If I must, I'll just use images loaded on USB keys, it just won't be as flexible or impressive for the customer.

Thanks again.

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As you learn more.

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