The L-Rod secondary screen has officially ruined me for all other secondary screens. With an aesthetic so classy it may just put my primary electronics to shame, the L-Rod sits comfortably beside your work-screen, giving you an additional wireless display that sleekly sits in place, with little to no parallax, thanks to its wedge screen edge.
The Name L-Rod comes from the display’s stand. The L shaped rod sits around the display, and turns into a sturdy stand by rotating the tip of the L at a 45° axis (forming another L in the process). The L shaped rod allows the screen to be used in landscape as well as vertical orientations, while also doubling down as a handle for carrying the L-Rod around with you.
The L-Rod evokes premium in every sense on the aesthetic front. Aside from its deceivingly slim avatar, it ditches the use of any plastic in its construction and goes for the complete metal build, making use of matte and chrome finishes, with an incredibly luxurious looking set of wooden, marble, and leather fascias on the back. Too bad the L-Rod is just a conceptual product! *puts money back in wallet*
Designer: Hyunsu Park