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This new portable display connects to your Android phone, won't break the bank

The Gemini promises to be the most affordable portable display out there.

Published onJanuary 18, 2019

If you’re in the market for a portable display, UNICK promises to deliver the most affordable option with the Gemini.

The Gemini is a 15.6-inch portable display with minimal top and side bezels that comes in two versions: one with Full HD resolution, and a second with 4K (3,840 x 2,160) resolution. The Full HD version is touch-sensitive, whereas the 4K version is not.

That said, the 4K version covers 100 percent of the Adobe RGB color space. The Full HD version only covers 72 percent of the NTSC color space.

Even port selection somewhat differs across both versions. The Full HD version features one USB-C port, two Mini USB ports, and two Mini HDMI ports. The 4K version features two regular USB ports, one USB-C port, one Mini DisplayPort port, and one HDMI port.

Turn Android Phones Into Computer

The ports allow for plenty of flexibility in terms of device support. Thanks to the USB-C port, you can connect your Android smartphone to the Gemini and possible use your phone as a computer on the go.

Of course, you can also use the Gemini as a second display for your computer or your main display for various video game consoles.

Rounding things out, the Gemini also features an aluminum case, a 180-degree kickstand, a 5,000mAh battery that promises five hours of use, and dual speakers.

You’ll have to pledge at least $189 for the Full HD version or $269 for the 4K version. With over $150,000 already collected, the Gemini is well on its way to becoming a successful Kickstarter campaign. Backers should get their displays sometime in May 2019.

As usual, be somewhat wary of crowdfunding campaigns. Not all of them end up in backers’ hands, even when campaigns ended up being successful. So long as you’re aware of the risks, you can check out the Gemini at the link below.

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