The average diagonal length of modern smartphones is 5-5.5 inches. This is quite enough for watching videos, reading news, text messaging and surfing the web. Still, there are a lot of tasks which are much more comfortable to do on a bigger screen of a tablet. But buying a tablet is only justified if you use it regularly. Thankfully, there is a solution.
It is called Superscreen and it is a mobile device in shape of a tablet for one specific purpose – it streams images from smartphone to the 10.1-inch HD screen with 2560×1600 resolution. Superscreen syncs with a smartphone (iOS or Android) via the company app and duplicates the imagery. After that, users can work with a tablet which relays every touch back to the connected smartphone. By the way, the connection works even when the smartphone is locked.
As for the specs of Superscreen, they are similar to regular budget tablets. It is powered by a dual-core processor accompanied with 4GB RAM and 16 GB of storage. Apart from that, it’s fitted with two cameras and the 6 000mAh battery.
Superscreen is available for pre-order on kickstarter.