Internet / VideosThe THINNEST Monitor EVER – C-Force Portable Display Review 27th August 20196th February 2020 - by Jarvis - 32 Comments. Linus Tech Tips makes entertaining movies about expertise, together with tech evaluations, showcases and different content material. Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)
32 Comments on “The THINNEST Monitor EVER – C-Force Portable Display Review”
Displays like this are supposed to be flexible. Why would you need a fragile display?
This goes for smartphones too.
I'd like to see a mount for the camera and a battery solution so I can plug this directly into my camera for focus checking! great price!
Honestly I would rather have a slightly heavier monitor if it didn't need the external hub. But not if it's over 500grams or so. Also why not just have the Type C port on the back running parallel to the rear of the panel? It doesn't get in the way on the side and it probably has less stress. You can have a special stand with built in cable management to help further reduce stress on the port. And I'd rather have the IO on the monitor rather than muck with a hub. That's a major thing for me. I will sacrifice a few hundred grams to have less things to carry.
Take your children camping without them going through gaming withdrawals and if you use your phone (provided you get signal where you are camping) you then have a decent size internet browser that can be powered with a power bank.
Where is this review of the Asus VG27AQ exactly? I can't seem to find it.
I can just imagine the engineer cringing each time Linus' touching/flexing the monitor
hey Linus, help me for 5.1 surround speaker doesn't work in any browsers. my board is Asus Sabertooth
Two of them, a RaspPI, a DjController (or MIDI-Controller) voila, very low weight Djing 😉
it's razor sharp, cutting edge monitor
WTF LINUS! you look like a homeless! what happened to your fab haircut? mostly on the neck? r u expecting bankruptcy and cant afford a haircut? (also does your wife has eye issues?)
love the shorter outros. thank you!
It's not OLED , Reeeeeeeeee
why not having a wifi 5Ghz transmision on that display, so you ca use it as second display without cables. "like the wii u " so ur display are always synch and you can benefit from the display 100% . @
Linus Tech Tips .
We need that as a project Linus 😀
I saw that monitor on my teacher desk today that weird
i see an application with Google Stadia that would be epic
This would be amazing to make a DIY project Valerie. All you need is some velcro.
embedding this screen into the table would be cool
EDIT: Linus, embed this thing into your next PC case table thingamajig, just like Tron movies
No effin way it's going to be only $200
something smaller then that display could be cool in a car with a pie or something setup with andriod auto ?
Men don't need more than 1080P!
You are spoiled brat's with 4k!
I grew up with 480P
use your stuff till it's
This monitor + raspberry pie = ultimate diy setup
diy perks did hes own portable screen
Impractical as a primary monitor because of its fragility, but if you can lay it flat with your laptop it won't break, so a nice secondary screen.
most trains in uk have plugs next to table seats on trains this would be PERFECT to keep your kids quite while they play there switch on a train journey and there not straining there eyes .. or you could even plug it into a car phone usb jack for trips with your kids
Didn't expect Linus to be a DDD main.
much appreciated for showing us the freedom units.
I'm just on the sponsor (0:56) but I think Linus is gonna drop it until the end…
hows about the idiot manufacturers and designers stop making shit thin…..no-one cares, start making it good.
But most importantly…. IS IT DROP RESISTANT?!
I could see it being interesting to attach it to the front of the switch dock so it's like a portable coop setup for when you don't have a tv. Or slap that puppy on the top of an Xbox.