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Last Edited by JohnTHaller July 1, 2020 at 09:04 PM
  • Full HD (1080p) 1920 x 1080 at 60 Hz
  • Built in 1080p Webcam
  • Integrated speakers
  • Slot behind screen to mount a Tiny PC
  • Viewing angle: 178 degrees horizontal, 178 degrees vertical
  • 1 x DisplayPort, 1 x USB 3.1 Gen1
Video demonstrating Tiny In One PC addition [youtube.com]

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Isn't this a bit pricey for a 24" 1080p monitor?
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Isn't this a bit pricey for a 24" 1080p monitor?
But, but - it has a slot for a tiny PC!
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But, but - it has a slot for a tiny PC!
Would it work for the nano too? Just bought a nano last week from the other SD!
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I received the staples $10 sorry coupon today, so used that and added a DisplayPort cable to qualify for the second of the two $25 off $100 coupons. So $60 off total equaled $149.94 for monitor plus extra monoprice DisplayPort cable (no tax in my state). Free shipping. Additional CB at 4%

I wanted a back up zoom station in the house for my kids' online school and this has a decent camera, speaker and OK array microphone built-in. But it's designed for the Lenovo tinyPC. I don't think you'd want it for a different form factor, but it has nice integration with the tiny PC to solve its need for USB ports.

Should be good for my needs at this workstation in the house. If you have a tiny PC, it's a great choice for an inexpensive videoconferencing station on a small desk.

It's $188 at Lenovo... and a little higher CB but still cheaper at Staples. Looks like its been around $140 in past at another online only retailer.. but I like being able to drop it back at Staples if it's a lemon
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Would it work for the nano too? Just bought a nano last week from the other SD!
they make a nano>tiny converter that basically jmakes the nano bigger (tiny-size). I believe one of the main reasons for that adapter is the capability to use it with the TIO monitors. I wouldn't tie yourself into one monitor— just get some 3M double-lock and stick the nano on the back of the monitor of your choice.

It's been a long time but I seem to recall these TIOs having a VESA mount that's offset vertically. Research it and keep this in mind (if it's actually the case) if you are wanting it for a dual-monitor setup where the vertical height is not adjustable per monitor. I guess that's kind of a generic concern any time you are going to have non-matching dual monitors (or AIO + 2nd monitor).

Edit: sorry, I should've looked at the pics first. That actually looks dead-center. I must be misremembering or maybe the previous generations had this issue.
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Would it work for the nano too? Just bought a nano last week from the other SD!
Yep, requires the TIO Nano cube to essentially bring the nano -> tiny form factor. Got my nano last week too Smilie
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I wanted a back up zoom station in the house for my kids' online school and this has a decent camera, speaker and OK array microphone built-in. But it's designed for the Lenovo tinyPC. I don't think you'd want it for a different form factor, but it has nice integration with the tiny PC to solve its need for USB ports.
The single power cable and no DP cable is nice too.
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Just what I'm looking for. My clients all use tiny PC and they want both webcam and speaker built-in!
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Anyone know of the matching external monitor without the rear enclosure? Thanks in advance !
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Isn't this a bit pricey for a 24" 1080p monitor?
Looks like it has a few more features than your everyday 24" monitor.
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they make a nano>tiny converter that basically jmakes the nano bigger (tiny-size). I believe one of the main reasons for that adapter is the capability to use it with the TIO monitors. I wouldn't tie yourself into one monitor— just get some 3M double-lock and stick the nano on the back of the monitor of your choice.

It's been a long time but I seem to recall these TIOs having a VESA mount that's offset vertically. Research it and keep this in mind (if it's actually the case) if you are wanting it for a dual-monitor setup where the vertical height is not adjustable per monitor. I guess that's kind of a generic concern any time you are going to have non-matching dual monitors (or AIO + 2nd monitor).

Edit: sorry, I should've looked at the pics first. That actually looks dead-center. I must be misremembering or maybe the previous generations had this issue.
Thanks for the info, I would have bought it if it came with the adaptor for the nano.
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Isn't this a bit pricey for a 24" 1080p monitor?
If you have a compatible machine, this thing takes space saving and cable management to the next level. If you don't, it is a pricey monitor that you shouldn't buy.
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Anyone know of the matching external monitor without the rear enclosure? Thanks in advance !
T24i-10 is the monitor that matches up well. It is a height-adjustable monitor without cam or speakers. Our customers use this as a matching second screen and have liked it a lot.
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