Chapters 0:00 Introduction
0:14 Connect the computer to the portable monitor
0:50 Connect the phone to the portable monitor
1:13 Connect the Switch console to the portable monitor
1:47 Use the magnetic cover as a stand
A: The NexiGo Portable Monitor does not require any additional software or drivers to use on any modern system. Just plug your device into the monitor using the USB Type-C or HDMI cable, and plug the monitor into the power if needed (some USB-C ports will provide power, power is not provided over HDMI), and you are ready to go!
A: To use the NexiGo Portable Monitor with a Nintendo Switch you only need to plug it in using the USB Type-C port and this will provide both signal and power. With Playstation or Xbox systems you would need to connect to the HDMI port for the video output, and then you can plug into the USB 3.0 ports for power or plug into an external power supply.
A: The NexiGo Portable Monitor does not have a built in battery to allow for additional flexibility when traveling. The monitor instead is able to pull power directly from the devices you are using (when using the USB Type-C connection) and as such can last as long as your devices can. This can also be extended through the use of a portable charger or an external power supply providing for truly unlimited usability.
A: The NexiGo Portable Monitor has a wide range of devices it is compatible with, so many in fact that we simply cannot name them all. As such, to determine if your item would work with this monitor first determine if the item has a USB 3.0 port, a full featured USB Type-C port (not a USB Type-C port that is only for charging), or an HDMI port. If it has one of these three ports it definitely will work with the monitor, though you may need to provide external power.