ElmorLabs External Display Device (EDD)
Discover the epitome of customization and interactive utility with the latest addition to the ElmorLabs family – the External Display Device (EDD).
Engineered for the passionate PC DIY enthusiasts, the EDD is not just a device but a unique portal to unprecedented control over your system hardware monitoring. The EDD boasts a state-of-the-art OLED screen (2.4″), providing you with ultra-high resolution (128×64 px) and unmatched contrast for the perfect visualization of your system details.
Designed with a simple yet robust control interface, the EDD includes three highly responsive buttons. But they’re not just buttons – these dynamic keys are hotkeys, which can be assigned to a wide range of actions as per your needs. Whether it’s opening a specific application, adjusting system settings, or navigating through hardware monitoring details, you’re just a button press away.
Advanced Software Integration
The EDD seamlessly interfaces with your PC via a standard USB Type-C connection, ensuring fast data transfer and reliable connectivity. To elevate your experience even further, we have developed software that lets you configure different pages with detailed hardware monitoring statistics drawn directly from the popular HWInfo software. With our user-friendly software, you can customize your EDD to display the information most relevant to you – from CPU and GPU temperatures to network speeds, and much more.
A Complete Package
Our EDD comes fully assembled out of the box, with a sleek, black 3D printed case that exudes a sophisticated aesthetic, perfectly matching your high-performance rig. Alongside the device, the package includes a sturdy, black 2m USB Type-A to Type-C cable for instant setup and usage.
- ElmorLabs EDD (PCB + Black 3D Printed Case)
- USB Type-A to Type-C Cable (2m, Black)
Get ready to take your hardware monitoring to the next level with the ElmorLabs External Display Device – a perfect fusion of design, performance, and ease-of-use. Get yours today and redefine the boundaries of your PC DIY experience.