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Zmartframe Or How to Turn Your Classic PC Screen To Modern Touch Screen

Zmartframe  Dual Functions Multi Touch Windows Android Screen Overlay - Extended Laptop Desktop


With technology evolving so quickly, things that were modern and fancy yesterday, are already outdated today! Think about all those smartphones, tablets, TV sets, laptops and so on … Manufacturers release newer models with improved tech specs every year, sometimes even twice a year!
As I have a box full of older, outdated gadgets in perfect functioning state, I am always looking around for ways to repurpose and give them a new life! This is how I felt onto the Zmartframe.

Just as the Universal Touch Screen Camera Adaptor For Laptops we told you about earlier, the Zmartframe is designed to turn your old, classic PC screen into a modern screen with touch capabilities.

Available for 19″, 22″ and 24″ screens, the Zmartframe is compatible with Win XP/7/8 PCs  an works on a Plug And Play system – attach the frame, connect the USB plug and calibrate the screen the first time you plug it and you’re ready to roll and enjoy 2-point multi touch on your old PC screen! Another cool feature is that the Zmartframe has Android embedded in it! So, without any additional gear, your classic screen can be turned into a modern tablet with instant access to millions of apps from the Google Play store.

The Zmartframe is in project mode at Indiegogo and you secure one for $260 US (the 19″ version).

$260 | BUY NOW
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Written by Emil Ivan (2019 posts)

Emil is the managing editor of Cool Pile. He loves cool stuff, gadgets, gear for guys and writes about his lifestyle discoveries on daily basis. You can find Emil on Google+.

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