SuperScreen: This 10-inch, $99 tablet wants to be the second screen of your smartphone

Damn smartphones! Those small diagonals do not allow us to enjoy my contents and applications properly. This is not what I say, but it is probably what the developers of SuperScreen, a 10-inch tablet that is so amazing by what it does as by how it does.

And is that the SuperScreen could be considered as a “silly tablet”, one that is destined to become the second screen of your smartphone (iOS and Android). By connecting both devices together with the specific application, one can mirror your smartphone without delays or latencies. Suddenly you have a tablet as good as your smartphone, but having spent only 99 dollars.

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A second screen that also saves battery power on your smartphone

The idea surely attracts many users who just had not bought a tablet because the smartphone was already good enough for them. SuperScreen approaches that option cheaply and attractively, and the truth is that the hardware features are remarkable.

To begin with, we have a tablet of 10.1 inches and a resolution of 2,560 x 1,600 pixels that has a quad-core CPU at 2 GHz, 4 GB RAM and 16 GB capacity that yes, are reserved for a system Proprietary and special operating system that governs the device.

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The multitouch screen works completely seamlessly as if the tablet really controls an experience that is actually governed by the smartphone to which we connect. There is no support for the Apple Stylus, but otherwise the use of the device is the one that would offer us many other tablets (much more expensive) in the market.

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To these specifications are joined a rear camera of 5 Megapixel and a front of 2 Megapixel and something important: a battery of 6,000 mAh that according to its responsible causes the consumption of the phone is reduced by 70% (we can block it while we use SuperScreen). The Bluetooth 4.1 connectivity joins the proprietary wireless technology of which they have already applied for a patent.

The Kickstarter campaign is still a success, and has already raised 11 times more than what was intended as an initial goal. Those interested can purchase a SuperScreen for $99. The units are expected to reach their buyers next December … if all goes well, something that does not always happen in Kickstarter projects. Even in those who are very successful.

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