1080P 13.3" Portable Monitor(Plastic)
|Size: 13.3"||Resolution: 1920*1080|
|Screen Type: IPS Panel||Color Gamut: NTSC72%|
|Refresh Rate: 60Hz||Brightness: 300nit|
|Touch Screen: No Touch||Contrast: 800:1|
|Dimension: 315*204*10mm||Net Weight: 830g|
|View Angle: L/R=178°, U/D=178°||Speaker Power: 2W, 8Ω|
|Power: 10-15W||Response Time: 2ms|
|Certification: CE, FCC, RoHS||Enclosure: Plastic|
Smart Case*1, USB Type-C cable for Data*1, USB Type-C cable for Power*1, HDMI Cable*1, User Manual*1
Which Monitor to Buy
All Intehill portable monitors have full featured USB Type-C port and HDMI port. Some models have mini DP port . So, it's almost universally comopatible, just plug and play. The monitors support Thunderbolt 3, Display port and HDMI protocol. If you're not sure which portable monitor to buy, here're our suggestions.
For Working and Studying
If you're looking for a small monitor for the mini PC to deal with some simple work or lessions, the FHD 15.6 inch QLED monitor is be the best choice.
We have the perfect screen which has the same size and resolution as the screen of Macbook Pro M1. If you have a 13 .3 inch Macbook Pro M1, you should consider to buy a dual monitor to boost productivity.
For FPS and Race Gaming
As a gaming enthusiast, you may want to play games eveywhere. The 17.3 inch 144hz portable monitor can be the solid choice. It has full featured USB Type-C port, mini HDMI port and mini DP port.
If the monitor with 144hz refresh rate don't meet your expectation, then the monitor with 240hz refresh rate will do.
For the Best Displaying
As a designer, photographer, or video editor, you need a monitor with accurate color. Then the 4K portable monitor with Adobe RBG 100% can be perfect.
If you're used to touch the screen, the 15.6 inch 4K monitor will be better, this model has VESA mount and automatic rotation.
The display is great. After figuring out the connectors, the travel monitor will work fine.
However, I had trouble getting it to work. At home, when plugged into a laptop and connected to USB C, it works fine. On the go, it doesn't work - blinks briefly, then shuts down automatically. The laptop I'm using uses another slightly more compact power supply, no problem, but I'm wondering if it somehow provides a little less total power?
So, I bought a second USB C cable to add external power to the monitor. Still didn't work. Eventually tried the manufacturer's troubleshooting advice and got the HDMI to mini-HDMI cable and it worked fine.
In between, I think it caused the laptop to crash. I left the USB C to USB C connector connected and I think it did something when it went into sleep mode (power drain). It happened twice, and then never once stopped using the USB C to USB C connection!