Gechic On-Lap 1002 Monitor LED - IPS
On-Lap 1002 uses capacitive touch technology, supports ten finger multi-touch recognition. Suitable to use with Windows 8’s multitasking gestures. Select, expand, QuickScroll, handwriting, hand drawing can all be achieved! Besides being a main monitor with touch function, can also become a second external monitor. Dual monitor setup can now multi-task!
Light and Slim , Place Horizontally for Easy Writing
Different from the typical desktop touch monitor on the market, On-Lap 1002 is designed for portability. Weighing at 505g and featuring 1cm slim body, On-Lap 1002 not only is light it even meets flawless design requirements. No burden when holding it for a long period of time, instantly can change angle and position. Furthermore, On-Lap 1002 has a flat-back design, allowing to be placed horizontally on table. It is most ideal for heavy virtual keyboard use, with a stylus pen, becomes designer's favorite drawing board.
Transform Your PC to Tablet
PC or laptop with Window 8, but don't have touch screen to fully use the touch features of Windows 8? Choose On-Lap 1002 as laptop's second monitor, you can easily have desktop computer plus tablet advantage. No matter scrolling Google Chrome or use Windows 8 Control Column on On-Lap 1002, you will experience more enjoyment of Windows 8.
IPS Wide-viewing-angle Panel, Comfortable Viewing
On-Lap 1002 comes equipped with high quality IPS panel, providing 170 degrees horizontal and 170 degrees vertical wide viewing angle. No matter hold on hand or place flatly, can surf high quality image to one's heart's content. With 1280x800 resolution and 800:1 contrast, no matter the color display or level of detail, it leads among 10 inch screens.
Aluminum Cover & Portable Stand More Powerful Protection
On-Lap 1002 offers an exclusive aluminum cover. The cover not only can protect the monitor from impact of external force during transport, open the portable stand can become a stand on tabletop. Instantly be placed and no need for installation. Instantly use and so convenient.
All New Upgrade of Input Interface
Used to the touch input of smartphone and tablet, but laptop can only rely on keyboard? On-Lap 1002 can become the intuitive input interface of desktop PC and laptop.
Take advantage of On-Lap 1002 touch screen to mark items or use stylus pen to sign documents. Easily have an e-paper environment, make file management quicker and more friendly.
VESA 100 Flexibility 100
On-Lap 1002 offers VESA 100 screw holes, can install to VESA 100 mount, and is the only 10 inch touch monitor that supports VESA. Don't want the external monitor to take up space on desk, all you have to do is have On-Lap 1002 aluminum cover install onto VESA 100 arm or mount wall, monitor and space can be used flexibly with 360 degrees.
Mini PC or Digital Signage DIY So Easy
Mini-PCs have become PC enthusiast's favorite toy; like Raspberry Pi or Intel NUC. With On-Lap 1002 that supports touch and HDMI input, enthusiasts can create more ways for applications. Take Intel NUC for example, which supports VESA 100, can be placed on the back of On-Lap 1002 aluminum cover, saving space for a main computer and keyboard. It also can be used as digital signature for displaying product video or information.
Game App, Bring It On
Windows Marketplace to download interesting game app, never refrained on smartphone's small screen.
All can be enjoyed on On-Lap 1002! For app that needs to be operated in a horizontal position, like hand drawing, chess, mahjong, or two player battle games, no problem.
|Pitch Size||0.1695 x 0.1695|
|Adaptive Frame-rate Technology||N/A|
|Response Time||25 ms|
|Viewing Angle||85°/85° (°H/°V)|
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|Supported HDR Standards|
|Power Usage (Switched on)|
|Dimensions (with stand)|
|Dimensions (without stand)||277 x 10.2 x 195 (WxHxD)|
|Weight (with Stand)|
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