Mobile displays are here. Do we really need them?

While intimacy with smartphones is an important part of these days, the benefits of a large screen remain untapped. However, should you buy a new laptop for this reason? not really. This is where mobile controllers come in.

Mobile displays provide a large screen that you can carry without any controversy related to portable desktop displays. These make it ideal for streaming your media or presentation on large screens. They can also be great extensions for many display settings, and with touch screen functionality, work can be more familiar than a standard controller, especially for creators.

Lenovo ThinkVision M14t

The Lenovo ThinkVision M14t 14-inch 1920 × 1080 screen comes with 6ms response time, 60Hz and 300 nits brightness. The display also has a 10-point touch screen with two USB ports for power, data and audio transmission.

Lenovo ThinkVision M14t. (Image source – Amazon)

Please note that this battery does not have its own battery, so you need to connect the power supply to one of the ports when using this controller. The ThinkVision M14t costs 29,999 rubles.

ViewSonic TD1655

ViewSonic TD1655 is a 16-inch portable display with touch support. You have a 1920 x 1080p display, 60Hz resolution and a blue light filter. There is a 10-point touch screen interface and a 16: 9 aspect ratio.

Mobile displays ViewSonic TD1655. (Image source – Amazon)

There are two USB ports in the controller, and they can hold audiovisual information. You also get a 3.5mm audio port and an HDMI mini port. It costs 34,600 rubles.

Asus Zenscreen Go 40

If you want a larger display, the Asus Zenscreen Go 40 has a 15.6-inch 1920 x 1080 screen. It can be connected to any USB-C or USB-type device and the controller holds its own battery for up to 4 hours.

Mobile displays Asus Zenscreen Go 40. (Image source – Amazon)

This allows you to use the phone at the same time without power. Other features include 5ms response time, 60Hz refresh rate, and a flexible smart handle that can be converted to a stop. The controller costs 34,799 rubles.

HP EliteDisplay S14

Another 14-inch option is the HP EliteDisplay S14 with a 1920x1080p IPS panel, 5ms response time, 60Hz refresh rate and a few extra features such as on-screen controls and LED backlights.

Mobile displays HP EliteDisplay S14. (Image source – Amazon)

The screen comes with a single USB connection and an integrated connector that converts to a stop. There is a 200 NT high brightness and anti-reflective coating. The HP EliteDisplay is priced at 17,990 rubles.

Acer PM161Q Mobile

Acer PM161Q Portable Sport 1920 x 1080p IPS Display Panel with 60Hz refresh rate and 7ms response time. Although there are no built-in batteries, the monitor comes with a “C” port and a micro USB port that you can use for power.

Mobile displays Acer PM161Q Mobile. (Image source – Amazon)

The mobile monitor also has a larger 21.5-inch version that costs 22,999 rubles and is the most affordable in terms of features, but at 11,999 rubles.


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