4
Jul

USB powered external display

Why buy second stand alone monitor when these days you can get USB powered display? Answer for me is no reason. Let’s look at two well known vendors

AOC 16″ E1659FWUX

[letsreviewunique pros=”Ultra-slim and Lightweight for Portability,Foldable Flexi-stand and Auto-pivot for Landscape and Portrait Mode,Built-in Display Link Technology for Multiple USB Monitors Connection,15.6 Screen 1920 x 1080 Full HD Resolution,Aspect ratio 16:9,Contrast ratio 500:1, 11ms response time,View angle 90 / 65,Wall mount 75×75,Weight 1.2kg,USB 3,Works with MS. Mac OS-x & Linux,Affordable external usb powered display with price around 99$” accent=”#444″ final_score=”” format=”1″ skin=”1″ animation=”1″ design=”1″][/letsreviewunique]

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Asus 16″ MB169C+ (C+ model is for USB-c, B+ is for USB-A)

[letsreviewunique pros=”Ultra-slim and Lightweight for Portability,Foldable Flexi-stand and Auto-pivot for Landscape and Portrait Mode,Built-in Display Link Technology for Multiple USB Monitors Connection,15.6 Screen 1920 x 1080 Full HD Resolution,Aspect ratio 16:9,Contrast ratio 700:1,14ms response time, View angle 90 / 65,Weight 0.8kg,USB 3,Works with MS. Mac OS-x & Linux,Affordable external usb powered display with price around 187$” accent=”#444″ final_score=”” format=”1″ skin=”1″ animation=”1″ design=”1″][/letsreviewunique]

 

 

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There is also new Asus Zenscreen external usb-c and usb-a (supports both USB types, meaning regular usb and usb-c) powered LCD. It does have also smart buttons. Weights less than MB169C model

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Price around 279$

 

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