Portable Monitors Reviews
The KYY X90A is incredibly versatile but is let down by finicky controls and average color performance and brightness.
The Geminos T attempts to do it all, providing dual screens, a plethora of USB ports, a 1080p webcam, Ethernet, and touch support for Windows and macOS.
The Slide V2 is a productivity champ hampered by cheap construction and a high price.
The Arzopa G1 Game offers a bright screen, 1080p resolution and a 144 Hz refresh rate.
The Limink LK14 offers an excellent combination of versatility, quality and performance.
The Ricoh 150 is aimed at creative professionals, but we question if touch support is worth the hefty premium.
Asus provides multiple ways to mount and use the ZenScreen MB249C, but it’s too large to be truly portable.
The Acer SpatialLabs View is a 15.6-inch portable monitor that displays 3D images without needing glasses.
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