For those who travel a lot, the problem is PC work at the hotel where they are staying. Maybe many people have been frustrated by working on the small display of their laptops? It can be even more frustrating when writing reports on your smartphone or tablet.

The "Spontaneous Pop-Up Display (SPUD)" developed by Arovia is a display that solves this frustration. It makes a large screen available at the destination.

The folded size of the "SPUD" is about the same as the Apple TV, and it's a size that can be screwed into the back pocket of jeans. However, when this pops up, it becomes a large 24-inch display.

The small display of a notebook PC is not suitable for tasks such as opening multiple office software and pasting graphs created with spreadsheet software into the text of word processing software. At such times, "SPUD" will help business people.

In addition, "SPUD" is perfect for people who want to maintain a neat and "luxe" room without placing a display at home. If you usually use only a tablet and take out the "SPUD" and Bluetooth keyboard as needed, you can do full-scale work as it is.

Connections with laptops, tablets, and smartphones are via wireless or HDMI cables. It is battery-powered and can be used for 4 hours on a single charge.

Arovia is currently accepting user sign-ups on its official website. If you register, you will be notified when SPUD is on sale. Prices will range from $ 300 to $ 500 depending on the model.