AOC’s New 17-inch USB Portable Monitor Launches for Windows Laptops and Computers

Radu Tyrsina By: Radu Tyrsina
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If you’re on lookout for a new USB-enabled monitor that you could take with you, then you might take into consideration this new 17-inch model from AOC. Let’s have a look at it and see more details below.
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While a USB-connected display isn’t as powerful as standard monitor or TV, it comes with one big advantage – it is a portable solution for those looking to take it with them. AOC’s latest such product is a 17-inch monitor equipped with Universal Serial Bus 3.0 technology instead of DisplayPort, HDMI, DVI or VGA.

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The USB-monitor makes use of the DisplayLink technology which allows to to connect computers and displays using USB Ethernet and WiFi. The native resolution of the 17-inch USB monitor is at 1600 x 900 pixels, with a response time of 10ms. But considering that this product is priced at around $200, you can’t really ask for more.

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The contrast ratio is of 650:1 and the brightness is of 220 cd/m2, around 70-ish% of the regular range with viewing angles at 90 degrees horizontal / 65 degrees vertical. The AOC E1759FWU comes with a foldable stand that can switch from landscape to portrait model and has auto-pivot. So, this is an interesting proposal if you’re looking for such a device.

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