Loncevon- 7 inch Mini Portable Monitor with HDMI VGA Port ; Mini Gaming Monitor for X-Box/PS4; Raspberry pi 3 Monitor ; 12V CCTV Video Monitor- IPS 1024x600 -Build in Speaker, Remote

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LONCEVON

Its On Sale! But is it Cheap?

- The best price we've seen on Amazon in the past 12 months was on January 23, 2020. The current price is considered average. It is 9% higher than the cost at its lowest.


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Sale

currently average price

9% OFF

Updated April 10, 2020

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Current price is higher than the price on Jan 29, 2020.
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Price Activity

DatePrice ActionChange %Price Level
29 Mar, 2020On Sale-8.62%average
26 Mar, 2020On Sale-7.92%high
6 Mar, 2020On Sale18.85%highest
5 Feb, 2020On Sale6.00%average
29 Jan, 2020On Sale4.17%low
Update on 10 Apr, 2020

Amazon.com price change % swings above and below average price

Showing: Area under 0 show price is cheaper than average. Above 0 shows higher price than average.

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Loncevon- 7 inch Mini Portable Monitor with HDMI VGA Port ; Mini Gaming Monitor for X-Box/PS4; Raspberry pi 3 Monitor ; 12V CCTV Video Monitor- IPS 1024x600 -Build in Speaker, Remote

Product Details

  • Amazon.com Sold on
  • B06XQJVXHL Amazon ASIN
  • LONCEVON Brand
  • L0798A Model Number
  • Loncevon Manufacturer
  • Categories

    Electronics, Monitors, Computers & Accessories

Reddit Reviews and Recommendations

  • 8 Reviews
  • Feb. 28, 2020 Last Review Date
  • July 16, 2018 First Seen Review Date
  • 7 Reviewed on Subreddits

    raspberry_pi (2)
    AskElectronics (1)
    DataHoarder (1)
    Monitors (1)
    buildapc (1)
    functionalprint (1)
    sysadmin (1)

Discussion and Reviews on Reddit

Raspberry Pi Display [R]

1 month, 1 week agodevicemodder2 posted submission on AskElectronics.
Feb. 28, 2020

I’m looking for a display that can be used with the raspberry Pi 3 or 4. I would like it to be 7in or 10in and I don’t need touch screen capabilities. Everything I’m finding online is $150 or more. Do you have any good recommendations on what to look for.

Good Portable Monitors for Headless Systems? [R]

7 months, 2 weeks agoSteev182 posted submission on DataHoarder.
Aug. 26, 2019

I have a couple of systems up and running that just sit and run without needing a monitor. But of course, every now and then you need a monitor for something.

I hate having to pull out big monitors with power cables and stuff so I was curious what are some good portable monitor options that are available. The cheaper the better, to be honest, since I only need it for terminals, bios, etc. But one that is good enough to be compatible across multiple setups (unless the dongle life is better in this situation).

Tiny 7-10 inch display for discord? [R]

8 months, 4 weeks agodouble-float posted submission on buildapc.
July 15, 2019

I've had the idea of adding a tiny 7-10 inch HDMI display somewhere on my desk purely for discord, but can't find anything aesthetically adequate. Do any of you have any suggestions?

Everything in the '16 Inches & under' category on Amazon is more exensive than most 23+ inch monitors.

8 months, 4 weeks agodouble-float posted comment on buildapc.
July 16, 2019

Here are the smallest ones I can find in a quick and dirty search:

https://www.amazon.com/Elecrow-Raspberry-1920X1080p-Resolution-Speakers/dp/B076GZVCP2/

https://www.amazon.com/Loncevon-Portable-Computer-Raspberry-Headphone/dp/B06XQJVXHL/

https://www.amazon.com/Touchscreen-Monitor-1024x600-Speakers-Raspberry/dp/B07S51QDTG/

..although I've never heard of "Elecrow" or "Loncevon" brands, so God knows what kind of Chinese weirdness would show up in your mailbox if you ordered one :)

Portable monitor for very specific product deployment purpose [R]

1 year, 7 months agosops_21 posted submission on raspberry_pi.
Aug. 22, 2018

I'm looking for a small-ish portable screen that can be used to help deploy a RPi-based product in a retail environment. The usage is just to connect directly to the pi and connect the pi to the retail environment wifi connection. Obviously for just 1 or 2 locations it would be more cost efficient and save me time to just lug one of my regular sized PC monitors with me but unfortunately this deployment also includes some traveling, and i'd rather not be carrying a pc monitor across the US and into retail environments. Doing so also is quite a disruption to the retail environment because of the setup space needed near a power outlet.

I've done quite a bit of searching (did my best to look at posts from this sub but as you know, reddit search is not very good) but most of the solutions ive found require a direct hard-wire into the pi, via ribbon cable or otherwise. My limitation here is that the pi is inside a metal chassis, and the only ports available to me are HDMI, as well as 2 of the 4 USB ports (using a pi 3b+). I found this post that looked like exactly what i needed but the seller appears to be sold out of that screen and i haven't found anything similar.

I'd really appreciate some suggestions or some direction to a post with a few ideas. Ideally i'd like something that could be powered with a 5V phone charger, but realistically even if i need a separate wall charger it will still be more space efficient and easier to carry than a full pc monitor.

Thanks for the help

EDIT: Something i forgot to mention is that ideally i'd like to stay under 70$, under 60$ if at all possible. My higher ups are being very tight on the price due to the simplicity of the task they're needed for, as well as the need for 6-7 of them. I know it might seem like i'm asking for too much for the price, and if i'm being totally unrealistic please also let me know so i have a basis to come back to my superiors with, as i have very little experience in this area.

1 year, 7 months agosops_21 posted comment on raspberry_pi.
Aug. 22, 2018

Portable monitor for very specific product deployment purpose [R]

1 year, 7 months agoA_Sojo posted submission on raspberry_pi.
Aug. 22, 2018

I'm looking for a small-ish portable screen that can be used to help deploy a RPi-based product in a retail environment. The usage is just to connect directly to the pi and connect the pi to the retail environment wifi connection. Obviously for just 1 or 2 locations it would be more cost efficient and save me time to just lug one of my regular sized PC monitors with me but unfortunately this deployment also includes some traveling, and i'd rather not be carrying a pc monitor across the US and into retail environments. Doing so also is quite a disruption to the retail environment because of the setup space needed near a power outlet.

I've done quite a bit of searching (did my best to look at posts from this sub but as you know, reddit search is not very good) but most of the solutions ive found require a direct hard-wire into the pi, via ribbon cable or otherwise. My limitation here is that the pi is inside a metal chassis, and the only ports available to me are HDMI, as well as 2 of the 4 USB ports (using a pi 3b+). I found this post that looked like exactly what i needed but the seller appears to be sold out of that screen and i haven't found anything similar.

I'd really appreciate some suggestions or some direction to a post with a few ideas. Ideally i'd like something that could be powered with a 5V phone charger, but realistically even if i need a separate wall charger it will still be more space efficient and easier to carry than a full pc monitor.

Thanks for the help

EDIT: Something i forgot to mention is that ideally i'd like to stay under 70$, under 60$ if at all possible. My higher ups are being very tight on the price due to the simplicity of the task they're needed for, as well as the need for 6-7 of them. I know it might seem like i'm asking for too much for the price, and if i'm being totally unrealistic please also let me know so i have a basis to come back to my superiors with, as i have very little experience in this area.

Looking for monitor suggestions [R]

1 year, 8 months agokrilu posted submission on sysadmin.
Aug. 7, 2018

Hey everyone,

I've been searching all over the internet looking for a nice small monitor that is easily transportable. Preferably 10 inch or smaller. Needs to have a VGA connection.
I want a monitor that I can leave in the vechile so when i head out to a network site I dont have to lug a large monitor around.

Maybe even a monitor with a physical keyboard built onto it?!

1 year, 8 months agokrilu posted comment on sysadmin.
Aug. 7, 2018

You would likely be better off getting a VGA to HDMI adapter, then looking for a portable HDMI Monitor

VGA and portability doesn't really go together

-edit- lol this monitor actually has VGA anyway

Made a stand for my 7 inch auxilery computer screen [R]

1 year, 8 months agoPandaCasserole posted submission on functionalprint.
July 29, 2018
1 year, 8 months agoPandaCasserole posted comment on functionalprint.
July 29, 2018

Loncevon- 7 inch Small Portable HDMI VGA HD LCD Computer Monitor for PC Laptop; Raspberry pi 3 Display Screen Monitor HDMI ; CCTV Security Monitor- IPS 1024x600 Video Audio Inputs -Build in Speakers https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06XQJVXHL/ref=cmswrcpapa_UqoxBbD5292C4

My plan is to make this work in my truck so I can have backup, forward, and trailer camera. Then when not in use get data for gauges.

Compact VGA monitor for initial setup of headless servers, diagnostic troubleshooting, etc [R]

1 year, 8 months agowolfwings posted submission on Monitors.
July 16, 2018

I’m looking for a VGA monitor that is small (15” or less, 13” is even better), and decent quality. (Please no arguments whether decent and VGA is a contradiction in terms.)

I would use it occasionally, for initial setup of headless servers and occasionally for maintenance via the onboard VGA port or the video port on the KVM interface.

Compactness is particularly important because I would not have it set up all the time. It’ll spend much of its time in the cupboard.

Does anybody have any recommendations please?

1 year, 8 months agowolfwings posted comment on Monitors.
July 16, 2018

This monitor works quite well, albeit it's a bit more expensive than some.

And it has a bonus of being able to be powered entirely from a single USB port with a USB to 12V adapter which is super helpful when setting up a computer; just plug in two USB (monitor and keyboard) and the video cable for the monitor, done.