2019/02/19｜By G editor
Except handheld mode, Nintendo Switch TV mode is also popular due the player can get a larger gaming screen. Because Switch supports standard HDMI video and audio output, connect Switch to a larger and portable monitor for TV mode is very convenient. Great for playing two-player and multi-player games on the go!
Although our Nintendo Switch offers gamers three modes to play with, none of the modes can gurantee you a comfortable gaming experience anywhere. It is really good to play switch on TV at home, but when you go outdoors and there’s no luck for you to play it on TV, then you have no choice but to play the games on that tiny, 1280x720 switch screen…What a shame! Your games can even offer full 360-degree view or first-person exploration!
It’s sad that you cannot bring your TV on the go!
Crowded with friends in front of a tiny screen?
Hand Held Mode
Spend 30 minutes and your arms are probably sore!
When playing two-player or multi-player games, a bigger screen is really needed. You’ll not wish to squeeze with your friends in front of the small switch screen all the battles. Connect to On-Lap monitor to enlarge the display and play switch in TV mode on the road. Even you accidentally met an old friend, you can play games which absolutely takes you back to the good old days!
Today we take our FHD Anti-Glare portable monitor to the café and play Switch games! On-Lap 1102H portable monitor equips with 178°(H)、178°(V) wide viewing angles panel, even the people at the next table can watch your games clearly.
Most of On-Lap monitors includes the size from 11.6 inch to 15.6 inch, and all of them support standard HDMI video signal input. A HDMI video signal cable is included in their package for plugging to game consoles. Plug and play without any drivers needed!
Let’s walk you through how to connect it!
Playing switch on a larger portable monitor on the go only requires the accessories below:
In public, in order to avoid disturbing others, we wear headphones to enjoy a wonderful time playing switch! Most of On-Lap series monitors have an ear phone jack at the side of the monitor, just plug in and enjoy!
To play game consoles, you don’t always need to choose to stay at home. Find a warm, bright place to enjoy games on weekends!
1. Place Switch into the dock.
Connect to Zmi10 power bank for power.
2. Connect GeChic HDMI cable to the dock.
3. The other end of the HDMI cable to the 1102H monitor.
Switch dock requires high wattage. Hence, the usage of the dock is limited, as you will always need to connect it to a wall socket. However, here we find a good stuff! The maximum wattage of the “Zmi 10 power bank” can reach 45W. Successfully turn on Switch in TV mode. Enjoy your portable big screen switch outdoors!
The built-in OSD menu in 1102H features brightness, contrast ratio, color temp. and volume…etc. adjustments. There are even four-color effects including” Standard,” “Photo,” “Game,” and “Movie” for choosing.
Fig.: 1102H adopts anti-glare panel. So even use it when going for a picnic, the display still can display crystal clear images without glare.
Running out of the Battery in the Monitor? Don’t Worry!
In case you play too much, the battery in the 1102H runs out. Here is another way to turn on the monitor. Just need to switch the button at the side of the monitor to the USB symbol and use the GeChic USB cable which is included in 1102H package to connect to the monitor and the two USB ports at the side of the switch dock to charge the monitor!
1.Switch the button to the USB symbol, and the monitor will be powered by external DC power.
2.Connect the Micro-USB plug on the USB cable to the 1102H monitor.
3.Connect the other two USB-A plugs on the USB cable to the ports at the side of Switch dock.
If you want to learn more about SWITCH multi player gaming, please read these articles.
Best 14 Nintendo Switch Somatosensory & Local Multiplayer Games! Portable Monitor Inspire Your Fun Ways to Play! Part 1
Best 14 Nintendo Switch Somatosensory& Local Multiplayer Games! Portable Monitor Inspire Your Fun Ways to Play! Part 2