|Standing screen display size||15.6 Inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||1920X1080 Pixels|
ASUS Black 15.6 Inch
|Price:||+ $31.66 Delivery|
|Screen size||15.6 Inches|
|Series||ZenScreen MB16AC Monitor|
About this item
- 15.6” FHD IPS USB Type-C portable monitor with hybrid signal solution for compatibility with USB Type-C and Type-A sources (Note: DisplayLink driver needed for Type-A connection)
- Ultra-portable award-winning design at 1.7 pounds and 0.3 inches slim to pair perfectly with ASUS laptops. Product Dimensions- 8.9 x 0.3 x 14.2 inches. Brightness(Max)- 220 cd/㎡
- Smart cover and smart pen hole allow for landscape and portrait orientations easily with auto rotation. Auto rotate requires the windows os and displaywidget to be installed. Compatible with thunderbolt 3
- ASUS Eye Care technology with TUV Rheinland-certified flicker-free backlighting and blue light filter minimizes eye fatigue
- Easily toggle through advanced display settings with the intuitive ASUS DisplayWidget. Compliance and Standards- Energy Star, BSMI, CB, CCC, CE, FCC, KCC, RoHS, UkrSEPRO, UL/cUL, VCCI, WEEE, WHQL (Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 7), RCM, TUV Flicker-free , TUV Low Blue Light, CU(EAC)
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The ideal travel companion for laptops, the 15.6" Full HD IPS Zen Screen MB16AC USB Type-C portable monitor features the world's first hybrid signal solution.Display Surface - Glare
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Exceptional picture quality; its noticeably better by orders of magnitude than the built in screen if the latest HP elite book (2019-20 model)
Most valuable aspect is the portability and compatibility... No other set-up required than plug into USB port and start your PC or laptop
By Bret Thump on 26 June 2020
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The trouble now is that neither the screen brightness adjustment buttons, nor the 'tablet mode' auto-rotation feature, work with the drivers as they are on Windows 10. I am frustrated that this product is advertised with these features, when they are not usable on THE major PC operating system, Windows 10 (which has already been out for 2 years!)
Installation was a huge hassle and I have to control the screen brightness with 3rd party software to make it view-able. I am quite surprised that the advertising remains as it is, when there is a 2 year history of problems in functionality. Asus has cornered the market, especially in the UK, when it comes to Portable Monitors, but it seems that being the only option has lead to comfort with major pitfalls. I feel that I was overcharged for inferior product. My screen turns on and transmits an image, but I paid for more than that.
The monitor normally comes with a standard usb male-B cable, driver disc and protective cover. The monitor is actually quite light and weighs in at a feather-like 800g. The screen connects very easily and my Windows laptop detected and loaded the drivers without needing the CD.
- lightweight design
- no flickering or shadowing
- decent resolution
- comes with 3year warranty
- sturdy case supplied with monitor
- great price
- easy to connect and extend desktop
- large size screen
- resolution could have been better
- requires USB male-B cable to connect (missing from box)
- feels a bit flimsy
- can be difficult to get screen into protective case
Overall this portable monitor works brilliantly and being so light is easy to carry around. Highly recommended.
*** Please could you click Yes if my review has helped you in any way ***
It may be a decent screen for PC users, however it's useless on a MacBook. The drivers are all messed up. When you do finally get it working (after hours of un-installing and re-installing drivers), it won't function properly as a 2nd screen inside of the "System preferences" - "Displays" section. Because it uses "Display Link" which is VERY limited. Because of this it also loses out on certain functions that iMovie, Abelton, Garageband, etc... have for additional monitors. You only have 3 size options for the 2nd screen as well: Small, Medium (which cuts the sides off) and Large (which looks ridiculous and cuts even more of screen off) (1920 x 1080, 1280 x 1024 & 1024 x 768) .
I also read tons of the reviews saying the brightness was an issue (It's not adjustable at all). I disregarded this when I made my purchase, thinking it wouldn't matter to me... it matters, it matters a lot. The writing on the Asus screen is already really small, with the difference in brightness from my Macbook Screen, it makes it unbearable to look at.
I had really high hopes for this screen... It was a cool idea, it just failed too hard. I hope I was able to save you some money.
You will not able to see clearly if you are seeing this in an angle.
Though the only use for this would be productivity while traveling if you need 2 screens.
Cost is too high.
Definitely not value for money.
In fact, India needs to just fine companies like ASUS who sell the latest monitors 1080p in US markets and then dump old versions of the product to the Indian market.
Asus should have the decency to provide the latest product as they charge a premium from us ( even without taxes).
The distributors of these products and the company need to be blamed for promoting this.
I've had one of the two monitors I bought replaced as it wouldn't turn on. I bought *another* powered USB hub so that I'm running each monitor on a separate USB hub. All was fine for a couple of weeks and now the new monitor, instead of not turning on, won't turn off. I've been searching for a way to reboot the monitor. Since it's got an internal batter, lord knows when the battery will finally drain. Like most things, I expect it to work after going off and on again. I've been searching for a button combination that will reboot it. Hopefully Asus will have a firmware update that makes it less buggy and also has a reboot / reset button combination.
Some of this is my fault; I am new to this whole portable / USB-C monitor thing.
I decided to try a mobile monitor because I live in a small flat with very limited desk space and the small form factor was perfect for the desk space I hace.
My main disappointments:
*It only works with certain types of USB 3.0 which supports alternative mode display port. So it didn't work with my USB 3.0 HP laptop. It's not new but since I've put 32GB ram and a terrabyte SSD and dock, it's a really well specced PC at this point.
*So I couldn't use it with my USB port but found that Moshi Cables sell a bi-directional 4k-capable display port - usb-c cable for a mere 50 quid. I have two of these monitors so I bought two of them. But since it can only be powered by the USB port that didn't work.
*I decided to use an oldish MS Surface Pro 2. Which worked with 1 monitor but didn't have enough power for both.
So I spent another 35 quid on a powered USB-3 hub. Finally I could have two monitors! Happy!
*So all is good-ish, but the monitors randomly power down. They are still partially charged, I took them out of eco mode, I disabled screen dimming / screen off in the windows power control panel and still random power downs.
I haven't looked around but I'm guessing there are portable monitors that also have external power supply, which would have worked with the Moshi cable, but I it's too much of a faff to pack up everything and get new monitors and swap the PCs out again so I'll live with it I guess.
It's really disappointing though; I've always trusted Asus as a brand to make highly-functional products but don't feel this product fits that description.