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There are dual-screen monitor setups, and then the Geminos by Mobile Pixels. Available in Geminos and Geminos X models, each one comes with two stacked 24-inch displays, a built-in 1080p webcam, integrated speakers as well as 100W USB-C pass-through charging. What sets them apart is that the X model boasts 1440p resolution and a 75Hz refresh rate, while the standard Geminos has a 1080p native resolution, along with a 60Hz refresh rate.
Best of all, you won’t need to spend hours setting it up, as all you need to do is fold open the dual screens, connect it to your computer, adjust the angle, and the monitors are ready to go. Now you might be wondering how much ones of these cost, and the pricing may surprise you. The standard can be picked up for $499, while a Geminos X will set you back a reasonable $649. More information here.
- ★Extend Your Vision by Ultra Wide Screen alike★：14'' 1080p IPS wide screen enhances better view which is best fit for 15'' to 17'' laptops; Blue light filter and brightness adjustment on this portable screen enables eye care mode and reduce eye fatigue; SINGLE trio max display mounts for dual monitor, TWO trio max for full 3-screen experience.
- ★Plug and Play, One Cable Setup,Backward Charging★: Optimized from DUEX PRO portable monitor, NO DRIVER required when connect USB type-C ports. This mobile monitor connects both USB A and USB C .No limitation to a single USB-C port, plugging in the power cord to the back charging USB-C power port on Trio max monitor, it supplies Trio max with external power and will charge connected USB-C device. Compatible with Microsoft Windows, macOS, Chrome OS, and Linux.
- ★One Trio Max Display on Multiple Device★：Other than laptops, Trio max works with your smartphone and tablets if you have an Android. It will transform into a chrome OS laptop alike setup once the smart device is connected. Your android mobile device will become the mouse or the keyboard that easily works with the Trio screen.
The Geminos Series displays are stacked from top to bottom, so the display area is closer to a square aspect ratio, and you can comfortably use both monitors without ergonomic setbacks,” said Mobile Pixels.