The differences of a portable monitor and an ordinary monitor
When it comes to monitors, I believe that no one is a stranger to them. Nowadays, monitor technology has become very mature, no matter the color, resolution, or whatever odd shape, you can find the one that suits you best. However, when it comes to portable monitors, many people may be baffled, there is this thing? Of course there is, and it's not the one you think of, with the stand removed from the regular monitor.
Portable monitors can already do 4K resolution, 100% P3 full color gamut, 100,000 contrast and 10bit color display, and even HDR, there is basically no difference in display and performance with ordinary monitors. However, in some aspects, portable monitors are still very different from ordinary monitors, mainly the following three points.
Volume and weight
From the word go, since it is a portable monitor, the weight is certainly much lighter than the ordinary monitor comparison. Most of the portable monitors on the market are within 1 kg, and some can even do about 500 grams. In addition to weight, the body of the portable monitor is also made very slim. In my hands, this EHOMEWEI O8, for example, the thickness of its display has done 4 ms, even with the base stand is less than 10 mm, compared to the notebook is also thin. Put it in the bag, a little girl can easily carry away.
LED touch screen technology
Portable monitors for ordinary monitors, in the technology to extend the choice of a wider range. Just like touch screen technology, portable monitors are more suitable for adding touch functions than ordinary monitors, because portable monitors can stand upright, can be placed diagonally, can also lie flat, and the screen size is suitable. So rarely seen ordinary monitors will have touch features, but on portable monitors is very common. Some also come with active stylus function, drawing ability comparable to a digital board. And now some portable monitors use on the OLED screen technology, in terms of display more on a higher level.
In the interface, portable monitors and ordinary monitors are also different. Restricted by the body and product positioning, ordinary monitors are usually used only as the host display, while portable monitors are more often used as cell phones, tablets, notebooks or mobile devices. Therefore, portable monitors are generally equipped with multiple Type-C ports, power supply ports and HDMI ports to facilitate docking notebooks.
There are some other differences between portable monitors and normal monitors, such as portable monitors can be powered by rechargeable batteries, have 3.5 audio output, etc., but these are secondary.
So the above is the difference between a portable monitor and a normal monitor from BVS technology.