AirView has announced AirView 2, its latest monitor. It is a successor of their older version AirView. AirView 2 is a wireless multi-touch monitor but the most interesting thing about it which makes it different from all other monitors currently available in the market is that it can be turned into a display, speaker, charger, a car infotainment system, and a dock. In simple words, it is designed to offer users a complete entertainment package with an ultra-responsive and ultra-wide touchscreen.

AirView 2 monitor is a super cutting edge wireless desktop featuring a touchscreen. It comes with both Android and iOS support and that also wirelessly. There are two screen size options: 13.3 inches and 15.6 inches.

AirView 2 4K Wireless Touchscreen Monitor announced
AirView 2 4K Wireless Touchscreen Monitor

AirView 2 comes with an integral long-lasting battery of 10200 mAh. On average, you will be able to use the monitor for about 4 hours with a single charge. The battery charging supports PD quick charging technology. This technology takes only 2 hours to completely charge the monitor.

Moreover, Airview2 touchscreen display comes with a 1080 pixel or 4K resolution. It uses wirelessHD zero lag transmitter to offer a lag free transmission. It comes with touch technology, Wireless + Touch. This monitor supports an extensive range of various podiums starting from Nintendo Switch, Raspberry Pi, iPhone, Android to Windows, TNT, Mac, and Samsung.

AirView 2 4K Wireless Touchscreen Monitor announced
AirView 2 4K Wireless Touchscreen Monitor

AirView 2 has a wide-ranging frequency and greater sensitivity standing stereo speakers that offer crystal clear natural sound and robust reproduction.

It utilizes the industrial leading WirelessHD technology which is normally found in 5G networks. It must be noted that this WirelessHD specification is based on a 7 GHz channel in the 60 GHz Extremely High-Frequency radio band which allows either lightly compressed or uncompressed digital transmission of high definition video and audio and data signals. In simple words, it works like a wireless HDMI.

To learn more about the AirView2, visit the official campaign webpage.

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