Gechic 1303H Monitor LED - IPS
This easy-to-carry On-Lap 1303H is the only portable monitor which supports both HDMI and mini-DisplayPort inputs. Its LED display of full HD 1080P resolution and True Color (16.7M colors) offers brilliant colors and clear images. Features IPS Wide-viewing-angle Panel, Comfortable Viewing
On-Lap 1303H comes equipped with high quality IPS panel, providing 178 degrees horizontal and 178 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 1920x1080 resolution and 700:1 contrast, no matter the color display or level of detail, it leads among 13.3 inch screens.
FHD IPS Panel, More Refined
Using Full HD 1080p IPS panel, On-Lap 1303H provides 1920 x 1080 resolution,True Color(16.7M colors) and 300nit brightness. Besides more detailed picture, color is much outstanding; ideal for photography or design groups.
Color Adjustment Function
The Red, Green and Blue colors settings can be changed by the "Color Temperature" adjustment function.The "Color Effect" function allows users to adjust the Hue and Saturation of Red/Green/Blue/Cyan/Yellow/Magenta colors.
13.3" Ideal Size for Mobile Users
On-Lap 1303H is just 1.05 cm thick and 13.3”in size which is easy to put in the laptop bags.
Built-in mini-DisplayPort input
Are you looking for a secondary monitor for your MacBook Air/Pro or Surface Pro3?On-Lap1303H with built-in mini-DisplayPort input can be connected directly to your MacBook Air/Pro or Surface Pro3.
Requires Proprietary mini-DisplayPort Video Cable, Not Included, Sold Separately.
Smart Cover Stand Design
On-Lap 1303H offers an exclusive Cover Stand. The Cover Stand not only can protect the monitor from impact of external force during transport but also can become a stand on tabletop. Three display angles, 72° , 62° and 53° are available.Instantly use and so convenient.
Best Monitor for Laptop Screen Extension
The On-Lap 1303H is a light and compact 13.3" monitor that meets your every portable need. Driver free and Plug & Play features make it ready to be used anywhere without time and space constraints!
Photographer’s Personal Equipment
Easily take control of the picture viewing and focus. Also lets model take a look at their pose. Users can also view the clear images of FHD resolution on a larger 13.3" screen, let shooting moment become effective.
Requires HDMI Output Compatible Digital Camera.
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 1303H that supports HDMI input, enthusiasts can create more ways for applications. It also can be used as digital signature for displaying product video or information.
Good Companion of Game Console
While going out for a trip, you don't need to be apart from your game consoles anymore. Bring On-Lap 1303H along during long distance trips, and maximize the pleasure. Use with smartphone for e-reading and search destinations. Use with PS4 or Xbox One to watch videos or play games. You can enjoy the game console wherever you like.
VESA 100, Flexibility for Wall Mount and Tripod
There is! Similar to mounting TV, On-Lap 1303H offers VESA 100 mount that meets international standards. VESA 100 can allow On-Lap 1303H to be installed on arm or wall, offering flexibility for your space and monitor use.It supports 1/4" screw of camera cradle head and can be installed on camera tripod.
Stand 4, Supports 4 Different Viewing Angles
When you may need to act according to different situations and want to adjust the angle, Stand 4 can change into four different angles to satisfy your needs.
• 1303H Monitor x1
• Cover Stand x1
• USB cable x1
• HDMI cable x1
• 5V-2A adapter x1
• User manual x1
VGA & DisplayPort Outputs are supported BUT REQUIRE Proprietary Cables, Not Included, Sold Separately.
|Adaptive Frame-rate Technology||N/A|
|Resolution||1920x1080 (Full HD)|
|Response Time||14 ms|
|Viewing Angle||178/178 (°H/°V)|
|Color Bit Depth|
|Supported HDR Standards|
|Power Usage (Switched on)|
|VESA||100 x 100|
|Dimensions (with stand)||354 x 232 x 20mm (WxHxD)|
|Dimensions (without stand)||345 x 226 x 10.5mm (WxHxD)|
|Weight (with Stand)|
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- RTB Period:
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