5 Best Portable Monitors in 2020

    We’re going to take a look at the best portable monitors this list is based on my personal opinion and tons of research and of listed products based on quality durability price and more. I have included options for every type of consumer so if you’re looking for an entry-level option or the best product money can buy we’ll have the product for you in this list.

    AOC e1759Fwu 17-Inch Portable Monitor

    One of the first featured products in this review was an AOC portable monitor and this one is very similar to it with the largest difference being in the size of the screen. This particular monitor features a 17.3-inch screen with 1600 by 900 resolution and it’s large enough to be your only monitor. Additionally, if you’re already own a 17-inch laptop this would make a great second display and allow you to really personalize your display set up and in terms of portability. This AOC monitor weighs only 2.8 pounds which is great considering its size but it is on the bulkier side with a thickness of 1.8 centimeters this monitor features a USB 3.0 port. It requires just the one cable for both device connectivity and power supply really cool thing about this monitor is that it has a built-in Flexi stand which will hold it in place both horizontally and vertically it has a response time of 10 milliseconds that is too slow for some more demanded games and you will experience mouse leg but if you want to use it for work or other purposes you will barely notice it.

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    EleDuino Portable Gaming Monitor

    We know portable gaming monitor would you like a portable gaming monitor with a 2k resolution for under 125 dollars if the answer is yes then this is the monitor for you. The LED we know is a 10.1-inch portable monitor that weighs mere 0.77 pounds the 2560 by 1600 resolution will give you excellent image quality and crisp and bright colors. This portable gaming monitor is equipped with two built-in speakers which give you decent sound quality. If you’re not satisfied with it, you can always plug in your headphones or external speakers into the headphone port the downside. If you’re using it as a dedicated gaming monitor it is pretty small sure it’s larger than your smartphone and tablet but if you’ve ever tried gaming on an 11-inch laptop you know what I’m talking about however if you are using this as a second monitor for a laptop, then this size is pretty decent.

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    GeChic 1303H 13.3″ 1080p

    GeChic 1303H 13.3″ 1080p is really popular in this particular market because they have such a wide array of products. This portable monitor has built-in speakers HDMI and VGA input ports and an incredibly compact and light design with only one point three to pounds. It is the lightest monitor so far if your device has an HDMI output you will be able to connect it to GeChic monitor and when you do so you we’ll get great image quality since it features full HD resolution. You can also adjust the colors and brightness to the screen however you like which is a big plus this monitor comes with all the cables. You need to get it working and even a micro HDMI adapter so that you can connect it to your DSLR in addition to that you will also get an aluminum stand in the box.

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    Elecrow 13.3 Inch

    The Elecrow 13.3 Inch portable monitor is a great choice for gaming because it has full HD resolution 1920 by 1080 and a full response time of only 5 milliseconds. The fastest so far this monitor features several different ports USB and HDMI ports as well as an earphone jack 3.5 millimeter and a separate power port. So, it is slightly less portable than a monitor that works with just one cable but that also means that it is compatible with basically any device that has an HDMI output Windows Mac Linux ps4 Xbox. You name it overall this is a good monitor if you’re looking for something smaller you will have an excellent image quality it is easy to set up because you don’t have to install any drivers and it’s not heavy at all plus it’s under 150 dollars so it’s pretty much a bargain.

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    HP ELiteDisplay G8R65AAABA

    This HP light display is a 14-inch monitor with a resolution of 1600 x 900 unfortunately it is not full HD but 720p is still high definition and will give you good image quality. One upside of this monitor is that it requires a single USB connection to connect to your device and when you manage to get it working you can expect to see some really crisp colors. This monitor stands out because of the cover that is integrated in its design it doubles as a stand which I find to be very useful it is about 1.3 centimeters thick and it weighs about 2.7 5 pounds which is heavier than most other monitors we checked out but it is still pretty light especially. When you consider that those 2.7 pounds also account for the weight of the cover.

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