Hi I was thinking of this setup: Mac mini 2.6 i7 Gechic On-Lap 2501M Magic Trackpad Would this work WITHOUT anything else? I know the mini wants it's main display to be connected to the HDMi port and this display has HDMi, has 6 hours battery time and is 15 inch. I'd like this option to work as it's very powerful (much more than a MBP for the same price) and very portable. I want to use the mini as desktop unit (with a much bigger display and more accessories) but thought about this setup for performing live (I don't need a big display or keyboard, only the power to run a large ableton live set).
GeChic's 13.3-inch On-Lap 1302 portable monitor is designed to give a smartphone, laptop, or camera a second screen to work off of. It has a 1366 x 768 resolution and it supports HDMI and VGA. GeChic On-Lap 1302 13.3” TFT LCD (16:9)1366x768 Portable Monitor. My Mac Mini, wireless keyboard, mouse, and this lightweight GeChic display (taking.
I first tried looking up the iPad + mini combination but that seems rather unstable if I read the forums. Mac mini + Gechic On-Lap 2501M would be awesome! Click to expand.Well, the thing is I don't need a keyboard or trackpad.
Even the monitor could be left away because I'm using a controller surface that tells me everything I need (PUSH). My scenario was to show up at a gig, turn on the mini (and make it launch my last live set at startup automatically) with all my stuff connected and start playing. Also, configuring a setup for the same price with macbook retina (or even macbook air) would mean a setup that is much slower.
Tells me the following:. mini i7 quad with 16 Gb RAM, 2600 MHz scores 12777 for 1618 euro (add the gechic and it's 1868). mbpR i7 duo with 8Gb RAM, 3000 MHz scores 8569 for 1929 euro. Also, with the mini I would have 4 native USB ports without the need of an extra usb hub. I know why it sounds silly at first, but it just sounds very logical to buy a faster workstation for the same money, no? Also, when I'm home I would connect the mini to a thunderbolt display so it would be like having an iMac.
Please advice, if this is a bad idea I would adjust my plans of course! Thank you, appreciate it.
Recently Taiwanese company GeChic has produced a portable laptop monitor. The name of the monitor is On-Lap 1301. The On-Lap 1301 has a 13.3 inch screen with a 1,366 x 768 resolution. There is a USB cable that provides power and a choice of two plug-in signal cables: analogue (mini-VGA to 15-pin D-Sub) and digital (mini-DVI to HDMI). (Under the On-Lap 1301 News on Stuff) If you glare at your boss in envy every morning as you see documents and images flitting between four or five unnecessary screens, your days of gloomily shifting windows into corners may be numebered. GeChic has just announced the On-Lap Monitor, a 13.3in 1366×768 second screen weighing in at 865g and costing just £140.As well as giving you extra screen real estate, the GeChic will flip around the back for sharing presentations (or cat videos) with colleagues, while it’ll also change orientation to give you a portrait display alongside your stubbornly landscape laptop screen.
Gechic On Lap 1302 For Mac
If you can’t wait for the first step to realising your multi-screened dreams, you can snap up an On-Lap Monitor in the UK for £140 from November 21. You heard it here first.