ViewSonic’s on-the-go second display TD1655
Built for business travellers, remote workers, and digital nomads, the ViewSonic TD1655 is specifically designed for productivity on-the-go. ViewSonic has shared its TD1655, a portable 15.6” touch display, which has been selected as a CES 2021 Innovation Awards Honoree in the ‘Computer Peripherals & Accessories’ category.
ViewSonic was recognised by the CES Innovation Awards programme, an annual competition honouring outstanding design and engineering in consumer technology products across 28 categories, with TD1655’s innovative design and engineering features.
Built for business travellers, remote workers, and digital nomads, the ViewSonic TD1655 is specifically designed for productivity on-the-go. It comes in a compact 15.6” size, is lightweight at less than one kilogram, and has a slim 6mm thickness. With its built-in back stand and pivotable display, users can also adjust the viewing angle and orient the screen in both portrait and landscape viewing modes, making it more versatile for several use cases.
The TD1655 offers a one-cable solution that extends content from laptops, smartphones, and gaming consoles easily, a great second display to accompany a notebook or desktop PC for higher productivity anywhere through its dual USB-C connectivity and two-way power. Through USB-C, the monitors can also charge up mobile devices (up to 60W), all the while keeping themselves powered via a power bank or the included 60W PD power adaptor. It also supports different operating systems, including Windows, Android, Chrome, and Mac OS.
Thanks to its magnetic cover and mat, robust one-piece design, and metal case and aluminium stand, the TD1655 is highly durable. The screen is made with built-in 6H hardness for added durability and features anti-scratch protection that can even stand up to key scratches.
With a ten-point projective capacitive panel, an anti-glare screen and native 1080p resolution, this touch display comes with a stylus pen for a smoother writing experience and streamlined navigation, allows users to see more and do more.