Add A Second Screen To Any Laptop Without Sacrificing Portability
The Ofiyaa stores behind your laptop's screen and boosts productivity while cutting down on cables.
Laptops need more screen real estate, and while seven screens may be slightly overdoing it for some of us, a second screen provides all the extra real estate most of us need. Yet they can also be frustrating to use, especially if you’re packing up and taking your laptop multiple places in a day. The Ofiyaa gives you all the productivity of a second screen, while keeping your laptop portable.
If you’ve used a second screen, you probably know the frustrations. It needs its own pocket to protect it, you need to connect it to an external power source or charge the battery, you have to bring a stand to keep it level, and you need to keep track of the cords. Forget any bit of screen infrastructure and you’re stuck being less productive until you can find a plug or video cable.
The Ofiyaa solves all these problems, first by attaching to the back of your laptop so you can slide it out when you need it, and tuck it away when you don’t. It attaches in seconds and is easy to adjust to the precise angle you need with 202 degrees of motion, and the 11″ HD can mirror your desktop or extend it as needed. With a 16:9 aspect ratio and matte LED backlight, it’s perfect for keeping calls or reference material on a screen while using your main desktop.
To power up and show what you want, it includes USB, HDMI, and two USB-C ports, making it compatible with recent laptops using any platform, and easy to share. It won’t hog your battery, either, with an EnergyStar rating for low power consumption at 5 watts. All you need is a cable, and you’re ready to go.
The Ofiyaa would normally cost $299, yet right now you can add a second screen for $249.99, 16% off.
Prices subject to change.
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