No matter how good and versatile smartphones get, they continually suffer from one problem – their screens are just too darn small. That’s why most people use a tablet at home instead of the computer sitting in their pocket. If you’d rather not buy expensive device to duplicate what your smartphone does, the Superscreen should have you covered.
A 10.1-inch display in a tablet-like profile, it’s designed to serve as a dummy terminal for your smartphone. That way, you can watch movies, browse the web, and enjoy all sorts of content on a larger screen, all while using your phone’s powerful hardware and software.
When paired with a phone, Superscreen, basically, takes over as its primary display interface, allowing you to do everything you would do on the smaller device. All content is automatically scaled to the device’s 2560 x 1600 resolution touchscreen, too, ensuring everything looks clean and sharp while working in a seamless manner. Even better, the phone and the dummy display can be as far away as 100 feet, so you can leave the phone in the bedroom and still have full access to it while in the kitchen.
Features include a 5 megapixel rear camera, a 2 megapixel front camera, built-in 88 db speakers, a 3.5mm slot, a USB-C slot, and a 6,000mAh battery rated at 12 hours of use. It’s compatible with both Android and iOS, complete with support for Touch ID.
A Kickstarter campaign is currently running for Superscreen. You can reserve a unit for pledges starting at $99.