There used to be the Collins i3. Pretty sweet. Unfortunately pretty expensive, like all NV. So it didn’t last. You could see all DSO in color. Green.
There are now startups trying to integrate cameras into telescopes to do more or less what you are talking about. Granted you cannot do visual observing with these telescopes, and it is yet to be determined which brand, if any, will successfully bring a product to market. And again, not cheap, although cheaper than the Collins.
The current solution is to deal with buying a camera, battery and figure out a way to display it, on laptop, phone, tablet, etc. And then deal with all the wires to connect everything. Keep in mind that to have an EAA eyepiece, you are now limited to a very small screen.
Edited by SeattleScott, 11 September 2019 - 12:26 PM.