My buddy snagged this from a drugstore when they went to throw it away. I haven't been able to find much information on it. There are quite a few connectors and such on the board. It also looks like there are many locations where additional SMDs could be added. I would guess that the manufacturer made this display to be flexible so it could be tailored to company's particular needs.
From what I can see it is powered by 12v, has a volume control, a speaker output connector, USB-A, USB-B mini, and SD slot.
I powered it up and connected it to the computer via USB-B mini and it mounted a ~111MB partition with 4 avi files (one being the Claritan-D promo video and three that are just a few seconds of black screen). The video was triggered by a momentary push-button that connected to the board.
Anyone have any ideas how to discover the full capabilities of this and its potential to be hacked/interfaced with a microcontroller or something?