Spectrum NANO, a self-powered 165Hz portable gaming monitor

Tech Armory unveils the new Spectrum Nano, a portable touchscreen gaming monitor with an impressive 165Hz refresh rate and multiple connections for use in hybrid workstations on the go, mobile content creation, and game away from home.

Tech Armory introduces the new Spectrum Nano, a portable and powerful 165Hz gaming monitor

The new Spectrum Nano from Tech Armory has a built-in 5,000mAh battery that will last four hours of use, depending on settings. The new touchscreen gaming display allows users to connect to compatible Android smartphones, tablets, laptops and even console systems. The new Spectrum Nano also has a 10-point touchscreen for easier control of compatible apps and games.

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The company offers users four options — the Spectrum Nano 4K, Nano 2K, Nano 120, and Nano models — with the Nano 4K and Nano offering 60Hz refresh rates and the Nano 2K and Nano 120 models offering 165Hz and 120Hz, respectively. The screen weighs just under a kilogram and has a 9.5mm profile for easy travel in a suitcase or backpack. The screen measures 15.6 inches, has a wide viewing angle of 178 degrees and is equipped with anti-flicker technology to reduce the amount of screen flicker.

The Spectrum Nano is equipped with a USB Type-C and HDMI connection that is compatible with most Windows, macOS, and console systems, along with Android compatible devices. There is also a Mini DP port for the users. The portable display can also charge your devices, which limits the power that can be drained from the device connected to the display.

Spectrum’s Nano line of portable monitors offers an aluminum alloy chassis with passive cooling inside the portable gaming monitor, so users can be assured of a durable device that won’t heat up through use. The Spectrum Nano produces a screen brightness of over 300 nits, ensuring a sharp and bright display.

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There are two onboard speakers, but from early reviews, the speakers are quite loud in the treble and deliver very few bass levels. However, users can use headphones or portable speakers to connect to the audio port for stereo sound.

Image source: Tech Armory via Indiegogo.

The Spectrum Nano portable gaming monitor is also VESA certified and compatible with any mounts that support a screen size of 15.6 inches. Currently, the company is offering the Nano line on Indiegogo for early bird pricing, which ranges from $200 to $300 (depending on the model), but will typically sell for between $400 to $750.

Check out the Spectrum Nano’s Indiegogo page to reserve your portable gaming monitor today while early bird prices are low.

News source: Spectrum Nano on Indiegogo

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