Up to three screens connected to the same PCFrom 10 to 16 July - Information Technology
Working together on the same laptop has never been easier. The Belgian startup Sliden’Joy has just developed the very first multi-screen PC. The additional screens are in a small wooden holder that attaches to the original screen. The multiple screens can be arranged around the computer so that several people sitting at a table can see the same content without having to gather behind the user. They are connected to the central display via a single USB port. The project is already creating a buzz on Kickstarter – the crowdfunding platform – where the start-up hopes to collect 300,000 euros. Sliden’Joy will cost between 249 euros (for one extra screen) and 349 euros (for two screens) – and should be on sale before the end of the year.