Tuesday, April 23, 2024

C-Force: A portable USB-C monitor for smartphones

Playing on portable gadgets is fun and all, however, with the undeniably complex recreations coming to versatile, it unquestionably helps to have a bigger screen to enhance your odds of winning. The issue is, a screen isn’t precisely something you toss in a sack. In any event, not generally screens. That is not the situation, notwithstanding, with the C-Force.

The C-Force is a little screen with a screen estimating 15.6 inches, which makes it sufficiently small to fit in many knapsacks while being sufficiently extensive to offer a greater screen than almost any tablet.

Intended to associate with any gadget with USB-C connector, it can be utilized as a widescreen for your Nintendo Switch and Android gadgets, and additionally a second screen for USB-C workstations, so you can legitimize conveying a smaller than expected screen by telling everybody you require it for better profitability, as opposed to simply giving you bigger show when playing Fortnite out and about.

With the resolution of full 1080p, a user can play the games with a clear and crisp display. Additionally, the user can also adjust the brightness.

For audio, it’s also equipped with dual speakers and a 3.5mm headphone jack, so you can blast your gameplay sound or confine it to yourself, depending on your mood.

The C-Force doesn’t come with an onboard battery, which helps keep the enclosure slim. Instead, they throw in two USB-C slots – one full-featured (transfers data and power) and one power input.

Depending on the device you’re using, the monitor can either draw power from the main USB-C connection (if you connect it to laptops) or you’ll need to hook it up to a separate power source (e.g. power bank).

Some fascinating features:

  • Screen size: 15.6 inches
  • Resolution: 3200*1800
  • Weight: 750g
  • 1* USB-C full-featured interface
  • 1*USB-C power input
  • 2*USB-A data transfer interface
  • 3* physical buttons

We’re not sure whether there are phones out there that can power this thing, although the outfit claims they’ve tested with several phones to positive results.

If you’re curious which phones, they listed models from Samsung (S8, S9, and Note 8), Huawei (P20 and Mate 10), and Chinese brand Smartisan (R1).