Is it possible to run a few videos on a monitor without a computer attached? Maybe if they are on a thumb drive?
Big tablets are too expensive!
Thanks all

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Monitors? No.

Not one monitor I've found has this feature. You might find such on smart TVs and here for cheap custom video play we use the Rasberry Pi.

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UHOH that is not good news.

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