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I'll summarize the comments in this answer, since comments can be removed anytime on Stack Exchange: jcaron: remove the computer monitor stand. Mike Harris: one could use coworking spaces. David Richerby, user71659, Rory Alsop, Michael Hampton: there is currently no solution aside from buying/renting on site. JonathanReez: buy a pair of used monitors on ...


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I'll recommend the 16GB Nexus 7 (2013 model) at $130 from Amazon. It runs any version of Android; I believe current versions are shipping with Lollipop and can easily be upgraded to Marshmallow. It's got a 320 dpi IPS screen. Colors start darkening at about 30 degrees off-axis in all four directions (measured using the tablet's orientation sensor) and the ...


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I would recommend the Amazon Fire 10" Wi-Fi 16GB which starts at $179.99 but you may be able to find it cheaper. This features an HD display of 1280x800 and quoting from the Amazon website: Fire HD 10 features a widescreen 1280 x 800 high definition display with over a million pixels (149 ppi) for a bright, vivid picture. Enjoy a great viewing experience ...


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I have not pulled the trigger on this purchase, (because of the relatively high price), so this is not a hands-on recommendation. When I went looking for an e-reader for reviewing and consuming technical information, I was most tempted by the Icarus Excel. It is a 9.7" reader and allows for handwritten notes too. Since I was evaluating for technical ...


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TL;DR: You'll need a different laptop. More info on your requirements would be good so I can make a better reccomendation. Natively Right out of the gate, Microsoft says no. Surface | External displays | Max refresh rate | Max screen resolution –––––––––––––––––––|–––––––––––––––––––|––––––––––––––––––|–––––––––––––––––––––– Surface Book 2 15” |...


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You mentioned ZenBooks. There is a SKU with an 8th gen i5 and an anti-glare screen. ASUS ZenBook UX330UA-AH55 Also the Dell XPS 13 9360 has such a configuration option. See here http://www.microcenter.com/product/487760/xps_13_9360_133_laptop_computer_-_silver. As well as the Lenovo 720 https://www3.lenovo.com/us/en/laptops/yoga/700-series/Yoga-720-13/p/...


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Thinking about this what you are wanting is what amounts to a one way chat application. Someone is typing into a chat window and what they type is displayed on the LED displays. What the LED display will display will depend on the software driving the display so the crucial detail would seem to be the need to have a computing device that supports UTF-8 and ...


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I would recommend a resistive touch screen for outdoor/rugged devices. Resistive touch screens uses two sheets of non conductive material with conductive material in between the two sheets. When the sheet is pressed, a current is allowed through and a touch is registered. Unlike capacitive touch screens (found on most smartphones/tablets these days) it is ...


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a) If you feel like spending then something like MIT's inFORM would be suitable for you (basically what you've asked for). b) Look at braille "monitors", but that's far from what you've asked. c) You could build one yourself if you have time but no money. About choice c: You can use standard (not LED) light bulbs (there are really small ones available ...


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I own Dell 5548 and it has a Full HD touchscreen, a very good quality screen, I'm very pleased with it as a Web Designer and as a Developer. Of course, its color reproduction is not perfect, but quite decent. The only negative issue I can point out is the bad battery life with Windows 10 (4 hours instead of 6 with Win 8.1). Ah and if you carry around the ...


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should I choose a tv over a monitor yes, for anything larger than around 32" based on current pricing and... computer monitors are generally 32" and smaller, come available with more connection types especially DisplayPrt (DP) and often include HDMI. They will be designed having a stand and sit around 3 feet from your eye. For a 4k resolution you are ...


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I have Wacom Intuos CTL-4100 tablet. I am using this with Xournal++ software (on ubuntu), works pretty well. It has pressure sensitivity. The main downside in my opinion is that as it is not touchscreen but essentially a trackpad, you have to watch your screen, not your hand while writing, and handwriting is a bit worse than on paper. But good enough for ...


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I can answer point 1 right away: Any stock 17" display with either HDMI input or DisplayPort input, of where there are many, many. You could even reuse a DVI or VGA 17" monitor by using an HDMI-DVI, HDMI-VGA, DisplayPort-DVI or DisplayPort-VGA adapter, all of which will be expensive than an entire new monitor, should that be relevant.


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You've referenced a speed, which is likely not going to be a problem, depending on the driving computer. A Raspberry Pi may not be powerful enough, although the RPi4 seems promising. You've not referenced resolution, which may be more challenging. The projection part, especially if you need only one color, is partly complete in the form of LCD panels for ...


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Back cover is quite vague. The LCD back cover? It isn't compatible: The antenna placement isn't the same. Also, the hinge isn't the correct type. If you are talking about the back (bottom cover), it isn't compatible either: The USB ports are not all at the same location.


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Display brightness should be in the specs as nits or candelas per square metre (symbol: cd/m2). Each model offered you should have a specifications page or document on the Internet you can reference, if not printed in the device manual. Look for the lower number in the range of nits from lower to higher. Alternatively, polarizing computer display filters ...


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Here is a simplified explanation of each specification and their effect: Wide Color Gamut (WCG): This simply is a qualitative measure of the number of colors the LCD display can use as opposed to the standard Rec.709 gamut. This generally means more vibrant colors, as opposed to a standard display. This is because: The color palette itself bigger. It uses ...


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After some more research, I have found a solution : the factory menu (or service menu)! To open this menu on my monitor, the procedure is the following: Turn on the monitor while keeping the "Menu" button pressed As soon as something appears, release the button and press it again the normal menu appear, but a little "F" is now visible on the bottom left, ...


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I have looked into doing the same thing. The solution I found is a bit more DIY but it has all of the capabilities you are asking and more. A Raspberry Pi and 7in Touchscreen.


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There are many options: Chose a board with has Arduino Morph connectors like https://nl.mouser.com/new/stmicroelectronics/stm-p-nucleo-wb55/ You can attach an Arduino shield (with display) on top of it? Check if there are drivers for it or examples. There are development boards with include STM32 and a display, I think some STM32 Discovery boards have them....


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I currently have a Ryzen 5 1600 + GTX 1080 setup. I'm getting about 100fps in most games at 1440p165hz. So if you really want to push 144fps, I would recommend getting a 1080ti or better. GTX 1080ti RTX 2080 (Super) RTX 2080ti (Super) You might be able to get away with a 2070 (Super), but I would get one of the above.


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You should look to buy a NVIDIA GTX 1080ti or RTX 2080ti This Reddit post will help you. IMPORTANT: You should check if your MotherBoard accepts that Video Cards and if there's space inside the case.


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I would suggest using something like this. These are folding / sliding screens from behind your monitor. Great for when you want to carry your laptop, but you should be able to do some serious work. https://www.yourslide.com/ (Kickstarter) https://www.razer.com/eu-en/project-valerie (Razer's implementation)


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The main difference between the LG and the Dell monitor is that the LG monitor has an "Ultra-Ultra-wide" aspect ratio, meaning that you will have a lot more horizontal real estate. I've heard of 21:9 aspect ratio monitors feeling like the real estate of two normal computer monitors which might be a plus or minus to you depending on your usage scenarios. The ...


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You could use a commercially available screen cleaning kit like this one from Amazon. You could also potentially use a soft microfiber cloth with water and a tiny amount of dish soap (put the slightly soapy water directly on the cloth and not the screen and make sure the cloth is only damp and not dripping wet). Make sure you do NOT USE abrasive or ...


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The review reflects a general rule about monitor resolution; given the same resolution, a 27" monitor will be slightly less clear on text and fine lines than a 24" monitor. This is where pixel density matters. Unfortunately, this isn't measured the same way a monitor's screen is measured, as pixel density is about how many pixels there are per a standard ...


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It's practical to consider that you need special hardware, if only to have the physical capability to connect twelve screens to a source device. A quick search for "tiling computer image over multiple screens" provided too many links covering two monitor wallpaper, but a couple more useful resources. One of them is an NVIDIA product line called Mosaic. I ...


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After some google search, I have found a company which do something similar to what I need. I am not sure if I can find this product in my country. And I also doubt whether their are still in business because they website and products look like out-of-date. I am going to contact with them. Question is still current. http://www.amazon.com/FlyBook-Advanced-...


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You can go for either matte surface or anti-glare ones. The rough matte surface panels are still mostly used in the business notebook segment. The other type of anti-glare computer screens, which uses a chemical coating over a smooth surface to cut down glare, is more used on glare panels to minimize the amount of glare there. Anti-glare surfaces have a ...


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I have the same setup, except with a GTX 970. I use a cheap-o VGA kvm and it works great. This HDMI KVM is what your are looking for. Sea Wit HDMI KVM Switch - 2 Port KVM Switcher Supports 1080P 4Kx2K The setup is very easy, have one cable from your GPU plug into HDMI 1, and another from your laptop plug into HDMI 2... Then what ever monitor you want ...


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