GeChic 2501H 15.6" 1920x1080 Portable Monitor with HDMI, VGA Inputs
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- Discontinued by the manufacture. Refer to Gechic 1503H for new model features.
- Enhanced 250cd/m2 backlight and 400:1 contrast ratio
- Slim design and lightweight (1.72lbs monitor only)
- Adjustable color settings
- Connects to laptops, mac mini, smartphone*, game consoles, camera, raspberry pi
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GeChic 2501H is the upgraded version of the previous GeChic 2501C 15.6" Portable Monitor providing a vivid 1920 x 1080 IPS panel 15.6" external display for your laptop, smartphone, camera, raspberry pi, or game console.
The new upgraded versions include:
- A new IPS panel offering a vivid 1920 x 1080 resolution for image clarity and precision. Along with the full HD resolution, GeChic 2501H comes with 262K colors. Viewing the monitor with the correct color depth is especially important for photo and video editing.
-GeChic 2501H offers 160 degrees viewing angle, which allows two or more players to view the screen for optimal game play.
- GeChic 2501H allows you to adjust the color temperature and color effect suited to your own preference (red/blue/green/cyan/yellow/magenta settings).
*Additional adapters may be needed to connect the monitor to smartphone. For iPhone, a lightning av adapter is needed. For android phones, a MHL adapter is needed.
- HDMI Video Cable
- USB Cable
- Charger (5V-2A)
- 2501H monitor with user manual
- Cover Stand
Top Customer Reviews
So I went with this monitor. To put it simply, it works. It runs off USB power and takes in HDMI, which means I can also plug in say a video game system or a Blu-Ray player if I wanted. The sound is okay for what it is (can't really expect a lot anyway). And it fits nicely in any backpack or bag that can fit a 15" laptop. And that's also about the dimensions of this product: just take any 15" ultrabook-ish laptop and you have this product.
I only have two complaints. The first, and it may be my unit, is it has a tendency to lose signal. It's intermittent, maybe once every day, so it's not enough to bother me that much and it may have been that I was on a hokey desk setup to begin with. The second is that it's really pricey for what it is. ASUS has a USB based portable monitor for half this with similar specs (1080p, IPS, etc.). But alas, this monitor is more versatile and I was willing to bite into the price.
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