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About the product
- Virtually lag-free gaming thanks to a 60 Hz refresh rate
- Safeguard the monitor's screen on the go with the protective cover, which features a micro felt interior for defense against damage and doubles as a stand for comfortable viewing
- Listen to game audio, music and more without disturbing others by connecting compatible headphones (not included) to the 3.5mm stereo jack, and ensure reliable power with a mini USB port
- Easily connect compatible devices via the dedicated HDMI input
- Experience games, videos and more in crisp, detailed 720p resolution.Adaptor Input Voltage:100-240v AC
- Please refer user guide (page no 6) for installation and trouble shooting steps
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GAEMS M155 ultra-lightweight 15.5 inch Performance Gaming Monitor provides virtually lag-free for consoles with HDMI output. Whether you prefer gaming at home, work, school or anywhere on the go; GAEMS M155 is optimized for console gaming and offers access to a better HD gaming or entertainment experience with a compact LED design.
Lightweight and Portable
Whether you prefer to game on a console, a laptop or simply want a second monitor for your PC or HDMI compatible devices, the M155 is a portable monitor that promises to perform.
Camera Mount: 1/4 Camera Screw socket for compatible Mounts/Clamps/Tripods.
Viewing Options: Hinged Anti-slip rubber feet, supports 12° viewing angle.
Sound: Listen with the single speaker on back or with your headphones (not included).
Hinged anti-slip rubber feet that pop out to support a 12 degree viewing angle. A 1/4” socket on the back of the monitor for compatible mounts, clamps and tripods.
A Better Product At a Better Price
Experience games, videos and more in crisp, detailed 720p resolution. With the M155 everybody can become GAEMS Enabled. Be the envy of your gaming community.
Game anywhere with the GAEMS M155 Performance Gaming Monitor. Whether you prefer to game on a console, a laptop, or simply want a second monitor for your PC or HDMI compatible devices, this portable monitor promises to perform. The 15.5” 720p (1080p scaled) E-LED monitor provides a virtually lag-free experience for any device with HDMI output and requires only a single USB for power. Proof you don’t need to sacrifice power for portability.
Enjoy quality sound through the integrated speaker or take advantage of the internal audio by plugging in your favorite pair of headphones. The hinged anti-slip rubber feet on the back of the monitor pop out to support a 12 degree viewing angle. You can also easily mount the monitor using the built-in 1/4” camera screw socket.
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It first starts deteriorating by getting dead pixels after a few weeks. It seems that every time you use it another pixel dies. After about a month, I noticed the micro USB port started to become unreliable, and the monitor would shut off in the middle of game. After another month passed, the micro USB port died completely, and I could no longer use the monitor.
I expected better of gaems.
Ok. When I bought this I assumed I was getting what other customers had posted pics of, which is a screen with a case that doubles as a stand.... Wrong. You get the new version of this product (go to gaems website to see) it has small hinges In the back of the screen for the stand. Which sucks because you have to take the screen in and out of a zip up soft bag to get to it instead of the case just flipping closed, And the angle at which it sits on a table is kind of annoying... Because you can't adjust angle your stuck having to position your head just right to not catch room glare. On the case and stand 2in1 it can be adjusted (angle) so you can position to see easier.
But. The new model has 2 neat things the other doesn't so I kept it...
First it has built in speakers (the 2in1 case does not)
Second it has a spot on the back of the monitor you can screw a camera tripod into and stand it up that way. I got the adjustable arm tripod for go pro and it works awesome, cause you can literally wrap the legs around anything and put your screen anywhere.
E.g. On back headrest of the car seat.
That said I'm really glad I got this instead as I think I wouldn't be happy without speakers.
Good build, great screen.
It requires two open USB ports if you power screen by USB. So even tho it takes micro USB you need that special wire. Also you can use one USB to power it but Only on the power adapter then give you.
Overall I recommend if you don't mind not having a built on case. I prefer the speakers myself.
I personally have not had any dead pixels during the two years that I used this monitor for, though many other reviews seem to state otherwise. I am of the opinion that this should not be an issue as long as you are careful while handling the monitor.
Turning the monitor on did become a slight issue after the first few months (it simply would not turn on or it would go through the GAEMS screen and then remain blank), but I generally found that it worked after fiddling a bit with the usb power cable. I also found that it was easier to successfully turn on the monitor while using it with a PS4 when I turned the monitor on AFTER the PS4 had fully started up (i.e. the power strip was white and the PS4 was at the home screen). The monitor's USB must be plugged into the 3.0 port in the PS4 for it to work (if you are using it with a PS4. It worked just fine with all of the ports on my laptop). However, I have never had to use both usb ports at once in order to power the monitor, on the PS4 or otherwise.
I have not used the monitor's audio jack and thus cannot comment on its quality. As I only used one of my PS4's usb ports to power the monitor, I used the free one for my usb headset.
The monitor only broke recently, after 2 years of decent, continuous use (~4-8 hours/week). The micro usb port on the monitor had somehow been pushed into housing unit. As there is no way to open up the unit itself for repairs without literally wrenching the entire thing apart with brute force, this effectively bricked it.
Overall, I was happy with this purchase, and have ordered a replacement. I only expected for it to last a couple of years to being with, and its quality of use has been generally constant throughout.