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We have checked your laptop Think Pad P1 gen 6(2023 model) and found that your laptop size is 16 inches, which reaches the maximum size suitable for our monitor. Our dual monitor fits for 13-16 '' laptop (not including the frame of your laptop). If your laptop frame is relatively wide, we are afraid it may not fit. Therefore, we suggest that you measure your computer size before purchasing. Our triple monitor suitable size: Body Length (including laptop frame) is between 11.82 and 14.57 inches, Height is greater than or equal to 7.91 inches,Thickness is less than or equal to 0.31 inches. Pls measure your laptop size before purchasing.
LK15 portable triple monitors is equipped with a matte screen.
The blue light filter would need to be enabled/disabled in the OSD (on-screen display menu) settings.
Each monitor has two full-featured USB-C ports, which means they can transfer both power signal and video display. If your laptop has two full-featured USB-C ports, then you can use two cables to connect two monitors of the LK15 extended monitor.
LK15 for laptop is designed for laptops ranging from 13" to 16" and is compatible with Windows, Chrome, Mac, and Switch. However, it is not compatible with M1/M2 Chip Macbooks.
Both Limink LK14 and LK15 are Al Alloy material. The difference between the two is the screen size, with LK14 being a 14 '' screen and LK15 being a 15 '' screen. All other functions are the same.
LK15 and LK14 are products within the same series, but they were designed to cater to different needs.
Firstly, the 16:10 aspect ratio is more user-friendly for Apple computers, while the 16:9 aspect ratio suits many regular laptop screens.
Secondly, LK15's advantage lies in its large screen, but maintaining high brightness on a large screen puts a significant load on laptops.
Achieving a brightness of 250 nits on a screen the size of LK15 is a challenging manufacturing task because excessively high brightness can lead to screen instability or blackouts.
Additionally, a larger screen size requires more advanced technical requirements.
It was very easy to set up , I had allot of of cord choices , my desk Went from being crowded by big monitors to having space and simplicity. I was hesitant about the price … but regular monitors will cost the same why not have the convenience of being mobile.I work from home so I’ll be able to have my three monitors and travel around without any issues. I have literally moved around my house all day with my monitors and it felt great!!! If no one told you !!! I will … BUY IT NOW !! Lol
This is certainly nice to have. The dial monitors have a spring clip to slide on the back of your laptop. They are about 15" monitors. I would say your monitor would have to be relatively flat to install. It has simple operation on off and a dial to adjust the typical brightness, etc. You will need a laptop capable having 2 additional displays so 2 display ports. They are fairly thin but quite heavier than I expected. It comes with leather case and 6 different USB-C /HDMI combination cords. Pretty much a complete system in the package. There is just some adjustments for multiple monitors settings on the PC and the monitors power on like expected. The graphic quality is good and works well with multitasking the go. The only thing they is of annoyance is the wires on the side I wish it were maybe on the bottom or in the back so it's not floating out at you. The monitors can be angled and stays pretty much in place. Over time I'm not sure how the hinges will stay firm. It has an adjustable kickstand in the back to help hold its weight. Iat rest it sits at a comfortable sitting angle. Overall they are good monitors and I would recommend them especially if you travel alot and need to work on multiple monitors.
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I love this unit. I have a 16” MacBook Pro M1 Max and it makes a wonderful addition. The screens are bright. I use an OWC hub and am extremely happy with the setup. It connects and disconnects from the MacBook in seconds keeping the portability in my computer. I don’t have a very large desk, so I was not able to get a large screen monitor, but these units fit because the hinges can bend to the proper angle and it fits on my desk perfectly.
I had a prior unit from a different company that I used for a year, however the screens were small and the screens were dim making them MUCH, MUCH less useful. Based on my experience, II highly recommend this unit.
Thank you so much for developing this and making it available.
Thank you very much for your appreciation of our product. We're delighted that our product has been helpful in your work. Wishing you a happy life!
I like working with multiple screens. I have 2 24" monitors hooked up to my home office desktop and 3 27" monitors to my office computer. You see, among other things, I build websites and when I do, I like to have several programs that are integral to the process, open at the same time. That way I can copy/cut and paste between the applications.That means I need a computer with a lot of horsepower and I need a lot of display real estate. Even when I'm not building websites, I like to have several things open at the same time. While I'm working, I like to have my email open, as well as a Facebook group that I moderate.So when I saw this on Amazon, I thought it was right up my alley. First of all, these monitors are big, bright and sharp. Connecting them to my laptop was a piece of cake. They come on a frame which stretches around the display of the laptop. There's a little kickstand on the back of the frame to hold everything up. You can adjust the angle of the added monitors. The balance is a little finicky. I found that the 2 monitors added need to be almost perfectly parallel to laptop's display to balance properly. If they were angled in too much then the whole thing would not balance. I have USB-C ports on both sides of the laptop so a USB-C cable (provided with the monitors) to each of the monitors was no problem. Up and running in no time flat. There is an on/off switch and adjustment switch for each monitor on the top bezel. Once set up the 2 monitors work as they should.Setting it up (with the balance issue) takes a little getting used to. The monitors' housings and the frame are well made of metal and very sturdy. But this sturdiness is also it's biggest drawback. It's heavy and while it folds nicely and comes with a cover, it's a bit much to carry. The whole point of the laptop, at least for me, is it's portability. I have desktops at home and work so the laptop is for traveling (whether for business or pleasure). I take it to clients as well as on trips. It's a bit much to schlep the extra screens with me. So while I see the utility, I probably won't use it much.