|Standing screen display size||16.9 Inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||1920 x 1080 Pixels|
ASUS ZenScreen MB14AC Portable USB Monitor- 14 inch, IPS Full HD, Hybrid Signal Solution, USB Type-C, Flicker Free, Blue Light Filter, Anti-Glare Surface, Silver
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|Refresh rate||60 Hz|
|Screen size||16.9 Inches|
About this item
- Features a hybrid-signal solution that supports power and video transmission, and enables compatibility with any laptop with a USB Type-C or Type A port
- Can automatically sense its orientation and switch the monitor between landscape and portrait modes
- 14-inch Full HD portable anti-glare IPS display with an ultra-slim design helps you get things done more efficiently when you’re on the go
- Foldable smart case can be turned into a stand to prop the monitor up in either portrait or landscape mode
- ASUS Eye Care monitors feature TÜV Rheinland-certified Flicker-free and Low Blue Light technologies to ensure a comfortable viewing experience
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ASUS ZenScreen MB14AC Portable USB Monitor- 14 inch, IPS Full HD, Hybrid Signal Solution, USB Type-C, Flicker Free, Blue Light Filter, Anti-glare surface
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I do a lot of work on the road (trains/hotels/coffee shops) and this has made a big difference. I adore having a second screen and this is the lightest and easiest to use one I've tried. It takes 30 seconds to plug in the cable and set up on a stand, and at 14 inches is the right size to fit into my laptop bag (instead of the 15.6 inch version that doesn't). The screen is bright enough, 1080p resolution and the settings can be adjusted to fit most people's needs.
Small word of advice: make sure you are using the correct cable. The one that comes with the screen is solid and still works but I wanted a backup in case the first cable ever breaks, the best one I found was an Apple USB-C to USB-C cable with Displayport and Power Delivery, it cost £40 because cheap cables didn't seem to work.
I sent this back, bought a Microsoft surface Go 2. It has a much nicer screen, can connect wirelessly, can be mains powered or battery, and… is also a tablet!
These portable screens are simply not good enough, or priced well enough when there are fully functional devices on the market with significantly better screens built in.
Really cool little screen. Just note that if you are using the usb display link driver rather than connecting with DisplayPort over usb you will get occasional stuttering with games at 60hz (3700x and 5700xt).
Setting to 30fps eliminates or masks this.
I don’t imaging the problem would exist if using DisplayPort, seems like a driver/standard limitation.