Yes.On-Lap monitor supports standard HDMI and VGA input. It doesn't need the software to simulate the video connection. Therefore,On-Lap monitors can be used as primary displays and can show the BIOS settings.
The new version of the Android/Linux OS supports capacitive touch gestures.
1. Firstly, please confirm whether your camera supports HDMI output or not.
2. If yes, please then confirm whether the connector type of your camera is mini-HDMI or Micro-HDMI. Currently, we provide two optional cables for camera connection-mini-HDMI to micro-HDMI video cable and micro-HDMI to micro-HDMI video cable. Please purchase the optional cable you need.
Firstly, please confirm whether your smartphone supports HDMI outputs or not. If yes, please purchase the HDMI adapter from your smartphone's manufacturer. Normally, the MHL to HDMI adapter is for Android based smartphone, and the lightning digital AV adapter is for Apple's products.
Theoretically,users can connect as many On-Lap touch monitors as his USB ports of computer.However,we suggest you to check his graphic card limitation first.The graphic card limits the number of displays. Some notebook can support only one external monitor.In this case,only one On-Lap touch monitor can be used.
Yes.We have tested On-Lap touch monitor with Asus Chromebox CN60.
The touch function worked but only single detection.There is no gesture support,either.
No.Most Android TV box doesn't enable the "HID multitouch panels" in its kernel.Therefore,they didn't support external touch monitor. Please contact your Android TV box supplier to provide new O.S. with built-in touch monitor support.
Sorry. All the smartphones at present are designed as close system and their OS didn't support external touch monitor
No. Camera OS doesn't support touch signal communication of external touch monitors. You cannot manipulate your camera on On-Lap screen.
On-Lap touch monitor may need as many as 2A current supply from the USB port. If your USB hub can not supply enough power,On-lap touch monitor won't work.
The voltage rating and current rating of the USB power bank should be up to the max. voltage and current ratings of the On-Lap monitor. For example, to chrage the 1303H, the power bank should support the max. voltage of 5V and the max. current of 2A.
If your HDMI splitter can output 1080P 60Hz video signals stably, you can use the splitter to connect multiple On-Lap screens at the same time. Please power each of your On-Lap monitor by using 5V2A adapter instead of USB hub. Some HDMI splitters do not provide enough signal strength, which may cause On-Lap monitor does not display images, or screen images are interrupted. Hence, please be noted HDMI splitter and HDMI cable should output enough and stable HDMI signal strength.
At this moment, only our 1101P model supports these movie format (25/25/30Hz)
Please use the passive capacitive type stylus.
The diameter of stylus shall be not less than 6mm.
Yes.Please connect your owned speakers to the headphone jack of On-lap.
Please contact your smartphone's manufacturer to confirm the function is supported or not. However, iPhone does not support this function based on our testing.
The USB-C of On Lap 1503 is for power input use, not video input interface. If you want to use On-Lap 1503H with MacBook Pro, you need Apple USB-C Digital AV Multiport Adapter and connect the cable to its HDMI port.
Currently, we do not have any On-Lap monitors support MHL format. Please contact your smartphone's manufacturer to confirm whether your smartphone supports HDMI output or not. If yes, please purchase the adapter from the manufacturer.
Gechic provides USB & HDMI cables in the max. length of 2.1 meters. We don't recommend you using other brand's cables since they may casue unstable and weak signal. If you do need to use other brand's cables for extention, please use them with a video splitter.