I basically need a (arch)linux box to connect a touchscreen monitor(HDMI) to and run a single chrome/ium window in full-screen. So basically a kiosk app.
The web-app has css animations and generous amounts of angular, so the graphics stack has to perform well (cpu too ofc), it being a visually focused app and all. This is actually for a 2nd touchscreen - I have the Apps backend hosted on an intel NUC (intel gpu) and powering one screen, I just couldn't get the two displays to work from the one NUC(or multiseat to work from one GPU - even though there are 2 HDMI outputs), so I figured a quick solution is to just get a cheap device to power the 2nd display.
I was considering a Rasberry Pi 3 - but I don't own one, so I'm not sure how well Chrome performs. There's also the intel's Compute Stick, but I don't know if that's any good, seems like some people got ubuntu to run on it okay.
The only other requirement is an ethernet port, at least one USB port and a case (as for rasberry pi 3). Thank you for any suggestions.