Now seeking community support via Kickstarter, TRIO is a set of on-the-go dual and triple screen laptop monitors that boost productivity and promote efficient multitasking.
Boston, MA -- (SBWIRE) -- 07/15/2019 -- TRIO and TRIO Pro, multi-screen laptop accessories that boost productivity and allow for efficient multitasking and productivity boosts, are upgrades to the flagship DUEX monitors that released last year on Kickstarter. These plug-and-play solutions, which give users dual or triple screen viewing experiences on the go, promise to revolutionize laptop computer use for those always on the go.
Easy to use and setup, the monitors simply magnetize to the back of any laptop and are perfect for working professionals, gamers, entrepreneurs, or students. Simply install the TRIO's drivers on your computer and attach the magnetic adhesive strips to the back of your laptop. Place the TRIO on the magnetic adhesives and get started. When using two TRIOS for triple screens, simply use patent-pending clips to safely secure both screens to your device and extend the range of your monitor like never before for a new, more productive viewing experience.
With two sizes, the TRIO and TRIO Pro measure 12.5" and 14" respectively, and are perfect for any size laptop.
Support for this project will be used to fund development and distribution of the TRIO monitors, plus associated productions costs.
The Kickstarter campaign is located on the web at: https://trio-the-on-the-go-dual-triple.kckb.st/53383dcf
Supporters around the world can back this project by making generous pledges and donations. Supporters can make pledges ranging from $199 to $209 or more, and each pledge comes with a series of rewards that include TRIO screens, sleeves, and more. Moreover, some associated rewards are being offered with worldwide availability starting in January 2020. More information is available on the Kickstarter campaign page, but be sure to act fast as some rewards are limited.
About TRIO and TRIO Pro
Developed by Yao and Banda of Mobile Pixels in Boston, MA, these two MIT School of Engineering and the MIT Sloan School of Management graduated gained early funding from MIT Sandbox, a group promoting student entrepreneurship. The team supported in part by IDEA Northeastern, a venture accelerator, at Northeastern University.
Contact Person: Xiaoliang Yao
Company: Mobile Pixels Inc
Country: United States
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