CES 2019: Paper Thin Monitors Arrive

CES 2019: Paper Thin Monitors Arrive

It seems like computer monitors just keep getting thinner and thinner. This year at CES, several companies have revealed devices which are said to be “paper thin.” Once such manufacturer is Lapscreen. Their 12.5″ display is powered through the USB Type-C port which also carries the video signal. It’s designed to be portable and compete with similar offerings from LG and Lenovo. Lapscreen has an advantage over the others because their display is thinner and lighter. It’s available in both standard and touchscreen versions, and is about the same thickness of 4 sheets of paper.

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