GeChic On-Lap 1302 Is a Second Screen for Many Devices
I can honestly say I have never been sitting around using my iPhone or Androidsmartphone and thought that I would like to connect a larger screen to it. If whatever I'm doing needs larger screen, I simply move to my computer. Apparently, some people are willing to plug a larger screen into their smartphone and the GeChic On-Lap 1302 is just such a device.
The screen measures 13.3-inches and has a resolution of 1366 x 768. You connect it to your device via a cable and the appropriate adapter. The display will sell for $199 when it goes on sale next month online. This is a hard sell for me and I bet a bunch of other people feel the same way.
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