The purpose of this Chromebit purchase is to compare how much better the Chromebook and Chromebox compared to the Chromebit, but the main purpose is to register as a Chrome Device Management Console device and review whether it is good for the ChromeOS Kiosk and Digital Signage.
I think that the Chromebit size (about the size of the thumb) and the price ($ 85) would have a positive ratio and would be a signage kiosk device. After this release, Chrome OS and Kiosk apps will be linked to the second installment.
As an option, I bought a Logitech wireless keyboard (wireless dongle + keyboard + touchpad) for $ 25 and a set of Chrome OS devices.
Plug-in the Logitech keyboard wireless dongle into the USB 1 port terminal, plug in the power cord, and plug it into the monitor's HDMI port to boot up immediately
YouTube launch screen
Kindle Edition-Paperback/eBook -"Advanced Chrome Device Management & 2017 Essential Guide for Chromebook Users"