Gechic 15.6" On Lap 1503H Portable Monitor
The GeChic On-Lap 1503H with 15.6-Inch FHD, 1920x1080 best resolution makes multiple-screen work even more comfortable.
By the upgrade of narrow Bezel and weightdown design, 1503H keeps the best mobile convenience. 798g ultra- light weight makes you put it and laptop into the bag without burden. Combine the advantages, you can enjoy 15.6” dual-monitor working wherever in the whole city.
Side port cables visually for ease of use!
Adopts lately USB-C for reversible plug. Supports HDMI and VGA proprietary video cable.
HDMI & USB Shared Cable
The connector of 30 pins helps to hide the cables behind the monitor. Connecting HDMI-A & USB-A to dock port cable on the rear port of 1503H and your device gives you a succinct working desk.
Unique Rear Dock, AIO easy go!
The unique Rear Dock integrated power and signal transmission to 1503H. Plug the Rear Dock to the Rear port and insert a Compute stick. 1503H turns into a mini system in seconds.Likewise, inserting a HDMI wireless display adapter or TV stick can create a unique entertainment center! Features Rear Dock, Expansion is the best option - Not just slim and light, portable monitor can also have great expandability
On-Lap1503 equips the unique Rear Dock to combine the power, signal and system connection together into the rear side. According to your various purposes, you can combine 1503H with laptop, gaming console, mini-PC, compute stick and wireless display adapter. More applications & More fun!
|Edition||On-Lap 1503H Monitor|
|Adaptive Frame-rate Technology||N/A|
|Resolution||1920x1080 (Full HD)|
|Viewing Angle||80/80/80/80 (°H/°V)|
|Contrast Ratio/DCR||700 : 1|
|Color Bit Depth|
|Speaker Configuration||1W x2|
|Power Usage (Switched on)|
|Monitor Colour||Black/ Blue|
|Dimensions (with stand)|
|Dimensions (without stand)|
|Weight (with Stand)||1.064 kg|
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