15.6" 1080P QLED Monitor (Plastic)
|Size: 15.6"||Resolution: 1920*1080|
|Screen Type: QLED Panel||Color Gamut: DCI-P3 99.7%|
|Refresh Rate: 60Hz||Brightness: 700nit|
|Touch Screen: No Touch||Contrast: 1000:1|
|Dimension: 359*228*5*10mm||Net Weight: 654g|
|View Angle: L/R=178°, U/D=178°||Speaker Power: 2W, 8Ω|
|Power:10-15W||Response Time: 2ms|
|Certification: CE, FCC, PSE||Enclosure: Plastic + Glass|
Smart Case*1, USB Type-C cable for Data*1, USB Type-C cable for Power*1, HDMI Cable*1, User Manual*1
The screen is crystal clear and the image quality is so good that I highly recommend it. It is also very thin and perfect for travel. I used a USB C cable to connect and power the screen. Honestly, for the price, I wouldn't get a better deal on a QLED screen of this size.
Hope to take me through the color calibration kit in the next few days so I can calibrate it for the ambient light in my room and then post the results.
The screen color is good, the sound is a bit off
My laptop screen is 250 nits 1920 x 1080 FHD, and the color of the display seems to be more vivid than the laptop screen.
The only two options that can be adjusted are volume and screen brightness, which are not much.
When not in use, the sound from the monitor will make a strange sharp noise. Setting the volume to 0 seems to solve the problem.
Overall, this is a good screen.
I really like this monitor - it plugs into the USB-C port of your laptop or phone. No need for anything else. Conveniently fits in your travel computer bag, and the included case doubles as a monitor stand. Although it has a built-in speaker, you may want to use your laptop's speaker (or, if using a phone-earbud), as the built-in speaker is very soft. Also, you'll need to set the brightness to full every time you turn it on and power it via USB-C, as the default is about half brightness. Works great with Samsung Note 10 Plus. USB-C cable is different - be sure to use the included cable. Not much luck with other cables. If you are lucky, you can find the monitor for sale.
Update - Found ClickMonitorDDC, a cool app that adjusts the brightness settings on external monitors. The default brightness setting is no longer a problem. Great.
I purchased this monitor to complement my Surface Pro 6 and/or Razer Blade 15 that I use for factory automation programming when I travel. it is very lightweight, surprisingly thin (as thin as a modern cell phone), and includes all the necessary cables to make it work.
The image quality is outstanding! I have some nice (but not high-end) monitors for office work. This portable monitor blows them all out of the water. Outstanding color, clarity, responsiveness, etc. The price point is definitely impressive for a lesser known brand.