15 inch portable travel monitor 1080p with Micro-HDMI Gechic On-Lap 2501H
The 15.6” monitor with Full HD 1920x1080 resolutions brings you more vivid and refined color. 2501H not only upgrades your mobile life with 780g portable weight but also enriches your leisure time with the wide viewpoint IPS panel!
Features IPS Panel, Cheer your eyes up!
On-Lap 2501H uses Full HD 1080p IPS panel. The 1920 x 1080 resolution shows more detailed image and more outstanding color; ideal for photography or design groups. It provides 160 degrees horizontal and 160 degrees vertical wide viewing angle to make sharing videos much easier.
Lighter 15.6" Portable Monitor
Bring it out - For greeting this multi-screen generation, with 2501H only weighed 780g and 1cm is the greatest choice to satisfy your digital mobility.
At home - You can only find this 15.6” portable monitor to match your PC size. 2501H is harmonious to be put beside PC as the second monitor.
1+1=2 Ambidexterity makes efficiency
Research shows working with dual monitor increases productivity about 9~50%!!! Processing documents, tables and dealing with email at the same time won’t obsess you anymore. 2501H makes file drawing and data comparing more nimble.
Game - Open up a battlefield here
There is no better thing to bring 2501H and your gaming laptop to join game party on weekend! Even staying at the summer house, you can vacation with 2501H by company. Carry your portable 2501H and you can journey in game world wherever you go! Even if connecting to smart phone, you can have the most quality entertaining feast either watching movies or reading!
Enlarge your shoot
While photographing outdoors, you don’t need to view your works on the small panel! Now, 2501H brings you a detailed preview for checking composition and adjusting the model’s pose efficiently. Let’s share the shoot with 2501H!
Set a Small Laptop with miniPC
Still searching a monitor to fit your mini PC? A matched partner for your Raspberry pi, Apple Mac mini, Intel Compute Stick or other cubic PC is 2501H which turns the powerful mini PC into a tiger with wings! Plugging the mini PCs to 2501H as well as connecting it to a Bluetooth keyboard can set an unique workstation perfectly.
1920*1080(60Hz/50Hz); 1680*1050(60Hz/50Hz); 1440*900(60Hz); 1366*768(60Hz); 1280*1024(60Hz); 1280*960(60Hz); 1280*800(60Hz/50Hz); 1280*768(60Hz/50Hz);
1280*720(60Hz/50Hz); 1024*768(60Hz); 800*600(60Hz); 720*480(60Hz); 640*480(60Hz)
Caution: If video output frequency of computer graphic card is out of the above range, it may cause the panel damage.
HDMI Video Display Capabilities
15.6" TFT IPS LCD (16:9 Wide) LED Backlight
Resolution/ Color Depth
1920 x1080 ( 262K colors)
344.2mm x 193.5mm
0.179mm (H) *0.179mm (V)
|Panel Type||LCD (LED Backlit)|
|Adaptive Frame-rate Technology||N/A|
|Resolution||1920x1080 (Full HD)|
|Response Time||17.5 ms|
|Viewing Angle||80/80 (°H/°V)|
|Color Bit Depth|
|Power Usage (Switched on)|
|Dimensions (with stand)|
|Dimensions (without stand)|
|Weight (with Stand)||0.78 kg|
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