June 4, 2012 | production

11 inch HD Monitor for DSLRs for $85

Cheap HD Monitor For DSLR Cameras


The Motorola Lapdock is intended as a screen and keyboard for a Motorola ATRIX 4G smartphone. Of course you can surf the Internet using your phone, but now you can view it using a much larger screen. The real news is that if you add a female HDMI adapter, you can use it as a DSLR monitor. The screen is 720p and over 11 inches. It’s very thin and lightweight and has an internal rechargeable battery good for up to eight hours, but the price is a spectacular $85!

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