Our smartphones have evolved into something that rivals the computing powers of mainstream computing workhorses, such as laptops and some desktops. With them, we can do lots of things unprecedented for a thing that’s small enough to fit in the pocket. But with all the computing power it has, it’s always limited by its paltry screen size compared to tablets and touchscreen laptops that give a true computing platform. To unleash the computing power of your smartphone and put it to productive use, a device called Superscreen was born. It’s a tablet-sized screen designed to mirror your smartphone screen, so you can do productive tasks anytime and anywhere – even without a laptop or desktop.
Inspired by the productive potential of tablets, Superscreen is aiming to give a computing experience using the powerful internals of your smartphone paired with a large, high-resolution screen. There are no wires here, too – Superscreen connects to your smartphone wirelessly over a proprietary radio protocol (not Wi-Fi or Bluetooth), which translates to easy setup and making your workflows easier since there are no wires to deal with. Another advantage of the custom wireless connection is that Superscreen won’t drain much of your precious phone’s power juice, allowing you to work away from the wall socket for longer.
A generous working canvas of 10.1 inches, measured diagonally, provides ample room for your content. This large display boasts of a resolution of 2560 by 1600 pixels – this equates to a fairly sharp 299 pixels per inch (ppi). With a resolution way beyond full 1080p HD, Superscreen lets you fit any high-definition content with ease and utmost clarity. The display also supports multi-touch gestures and pressure sensing technology, backing its claims of out-of-the-box support for the Apple Pencil. What’s even cooler is that it also features a built-in fingerprint recognition sensor, which means you don’t have to take your smartphone out of your pocket whenever you want to use Superscreen – just place your finger on the sensor and voilá.
In addition to its feature-packed screen, Superscreen also has some nifty features that can take your mobile computing experience to an entirely new level. A single charge of its 6,000mAh battery via the USB-C port takes care of powering up your wireless productivity for up to 12 hours. Built-in Bluetooth wireless allows you to connect your peripherals and accessories – such as headphones, keyboards, and mice – just like you would on a conventional PC or Mac. Stereo speakers pump out up to 88 decibels of clear audio, so you can enjoy listening to tunes on the move. A pair of high-definition cameras (5MP rear, 2MP front) takes care of video calls and spontaneous photos. It also features a 3.5mm headphone jack, which is considered a bonus feature in the world of today’s smartphones where the headphone jack is nowhere to be found. All of these features are encapsulated in a thin, lightweight chassis that only measures 0.31 inches thick and weighs just under a pound. Superscreen is compatible with both iOS and Android devices.
If you want to take advantage of all the processing power your smartphone has in store, the Superscreen is something worth considering. Targeting pro users on the move, this device holds a lot of promise for improving wireless productivity in all ways possible.