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Author Topic: Asus ZenScreen has somehow grabbed 64 percent of the portable monitor market  (Read 442 times)

Redaktion

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Existing ZenScreen owners can celebrate an ongoing raffle with Asus from now until April 5th for a chance to win a ZenBeam S2 portable projector.

https://www.notebookcheck.net/Asus-ZenScreen-has-somehow-grabbed-64-percent-of-the-portable-monitor-market.457823.0.html

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"Somehow"? Are there any other large, name-brand actors in this space?

Yellowish Kek

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Don't really get to see these much (in RL), anyway.
And as Virgintart correctly pointed out, besides ASUS, there's literally just HP Elite, and some other equally overpriced garbo in this (however tiny) market.
It's like, you're Chinese, and you're trying to sell me a $50 OEM LCD panel with an LVDS-to-USB adaptor attached... For $239.99? At least the no-names are honest when pricing the trash.

k

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bought the Asus Zenscreen and it became faulty after a month.

 

 
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