Wimaxit 13,3″ FHD IPS HDMI monitor
First of all: Yes, the heading is really a joke. A “hardware monitor” is the name given to the programs that can be used to read out the state of the computer hardware. The best known representatives are CPU-Z, GPU-Z, HWMonitor, Open Hardware Monitor and AIDA64. Displaying this data during operation, especially when playing games or high-performance programs, is the real challenge. It was common practice to supply separate small LCD displays with the most important information. Of course, the program must also support the display on the USB LCD. I know this because my Logitech G19 had a small color display and I used AIDA64 to display various information on it.
At some point you want more or the display becomes too small. Through a YouTube video I came across NZXT CAM, a free monitoring program that the manufacturer actually developed for his own desktop PCs. The program is also the software control for its water cooling and housing lighting. After some consideration, I came to the conclusion that a USB LCD is not really an option or a second HDMI monitor is the more flexible variant. And that it has to be a full HD display. After a few searches on Amazon, I decided on Wimaxit's 13.3 ″ IPS.
When ordering, I did not check that the monitor only has a mini HDMI connection. A cable is included, but that's just a meter long.
The included stand is a medium bad joke. But the monitor has a VESA-75 mount, more on that later.
As for a modern monitor standard, there are various setting options. The color calibration is very useful, because even with “Cool” the colors are still displayed a little too vividly. At least in direct comparison to my Asus monitor.
As already mentioned above, the monitor has a hole pattern for VESA 75. That suits me, because this way I can use my Suptek holder.
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