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The cutest computer. Ever
Ok, I paired this teeny tiny monitor with a teeny tiny computer, a tiny foldable BT keyboard, and the smallest mouse in my collection. From the photo (with a dollar bill for sizing) you can see that the cabling is about as big as everything else.But this is a real system. Honest. The tiny computer is a Celeron N5095A running Windows 11 Pro driving this much-less-than wide-screen monitor. Now, is that not cute or what? The display is quite bright and readable though, well, tiny. At 480x320 not a lot of real estate, eh?So what would one use this for (apart from the fact it’s so cute)? The monitor is pretty much a USB hub with a display attached. I do NOT see this size monitor taking the world by storm. But as a USB hub, it’s quite handy with four USB-C ports (one of which would have to provide power if you don’t have a suitable 5V/2A power supply—which is not included). It also has an HMDI port (being used to provide the display from the tiny computer in the pic), two USB-A (3.0) ports and a couple of memory card slots. All in a 5” cube. It has that retro IBM-PC with CRT look. So cool, if not terribly practical.So what this would work as would be, well, a USB hub/memory card reader, with the display as a hey-take-a-look-at-this! feature. Or, as I plan to use it, simply as a cool-looking and comment-provoking desk ornament. Color me geeky.But I really like this little thing.
The cutest USB hub that ever existed.
This is a 3.5" IPS 480x320 monitor. It's not a device that shows pictures or video when fed from a dedicated app or piece of software, it's a real monitor. It has an HDMI input port on the back, you could hook this up to anything with HDMI out, no software required to use it.But on top of that, it's a really useful USB HUB with SD Card slots and USB 3.0 5Gb/s USB-C and USB-A ports.It also supports USB-HDMI for input, so a single USB-C cable from your computer (if it supports video out over USB) can also be used for both display and USB Hub features. My laptop can do this, my desktop cannot. The screen has 5 levels of brightness, and a power on/off button if you just want to use the USB HUB part. Both are physical pushy/clicky buttons.There is no internal speaker, but a 3.5mm AUX out port that you can connect speakers to. Also on the back is a port that takes power at 5V up to 2A. This USB-C port is power in only and is only needed if you intend to plug in heavy power usage devices to the other ports, such as a portable mechanical hard drive.If you can see my pictures, you'll see the package is styled as an old XT class PC, where the SD card slots stand in for old school disk and CD slots. Which is super cute.I can already see taking a Raspberry Pi plugging that in the back, and a mini keyboard in the front to have a whole mini working computer. I'm also going to hook this up to some retro computers using an RGBtoHDMI adapter, because this 480x320 is a higher resolution than many of those retro machines have, so it's going to look great even at 3.5". Where was this screen when I was stuck using the family TV in 1985!
Nice, but a little expensive for what it is
This is basically a USB hub/card reader with a tiny display, shaped to be reminicent of an old PC and CRT monitor from pre-2000. It is neat. It works well as a USB hub/card reader. And the 480x320 display is a good quality if tiny display. I am using it to keep my password manager out of the way of other work, and it is quite useful for that. However, neat as it is, a 3.5 inch 480x320 display is more "parlor trick" than useful unless you have a very specific use case such as mine, and at the time of writing, the price tag on this is pretty steep for what it is -- you can get a much more usable 8 inch display, and a decent usb hub/card reader for less than the price of this -- so while this is a well made nifty looking tech toy, you're paying a premium for the tiny form factor, the retro shape, and the one cable hub/card-reader/mini display.
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