T-bao T15A 15.6″ Portable Display Works with multiple devices

T-bao T15A 15.6″ Portable Display Works with multiple devices

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T-bao T15A 15.6″ LCD is a portable display you can connect to your smartphone, game console or computer and enjoy better visibility and usability. It comes with two USB-C ports one for power, one to connect USB-C devices like smartphones, and a mini HDMI port for laptops, computers, game consoles and so on. It can serve as a secondary display for your computer/laptop running Windows 10 or possibly Linux OS or as main screen for your gaming experience.

The display has not it’s own battery so it must be connected to a wall adapter as long as in use and you can even charge your smartphone connected to it.

T-bao T15A display specifications:

  • Screen – 15.6″ IPS display with 1920×1080 resolution, W-LED backlight, 178-degree viewing angle
  • Ports
    • 1x mini HDMI
    • 2x USB type-C ports including one for host device input, one for power
    • 1x micro USB port to connect keyboard and mouse
  • Audio – Stereo speakers
  • Misc – Menu and volume buttons
  • Battery – None
  • Power Supply – Via USB-C port
  • Dimensions – 36 x 23 x 1.5 cm
  • Weight – 1.090 kg

T-bao T15A display ships with a leather case, a mini HDMI to HDMI cable, a USB-C to USB-C cable, and a USB type-A to USB type-C cable. The display can be found on GeekBuying where it is currently sold for $217.99 including shipping, but it’s also listed on Aliexpress for $214.67.

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  • Andrew
    4 June, 2020 at 11:39 am

    I have this monitor, it arrived for my birthday, and now I wan to try a couple of things, the first is making it wireless usb.. then to make it wireless hdmi.. do you have any suggestions as to what I should use. and the ports for the usb-c are they able to hold a double usb dock?

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