REVIEW: Portable External Travel Monitors COMPARED!

Here is a quick comparison of my personal Portable External Travel Monitors ( ) I own and use at home, work, and travel for the past year.

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Portable External Travel Monitors ( )

I travel and work remotely almost every day. I have 3 different external monitors ready for my laptop, smart phone, and Xbox, depending on location of work. These are all 1080P IPS Full HD external monitors with USB C and HDMI inputs and work with Windows, iOS, and Android USBC devices and my Xbox game console.

They have have stands and a protective cover. They are all very light weight and are powered by USB C external power 5 volts (under 3A) and can be powered by an external power bank. I do not like having a battery built into the screen as batteries don’t travel well on with air travel, and the lifespan of the rechargeable batteries are limited.

I use my NIUTO to Portable Touch Monitor 14 inch ( ) if I need touch screen. This is my primary monitor when traveling and using Samsung DEX on my Samsung Note 20 Ultra ( ). There is a USB C and USB A port for connecting a use hub for to make this my portable work station from a powerful smart phone. This follows me with my backpack.

I use my Kogoda 13.3 Inch External Monitor ( ) primarily in my car while working on my laptop or playing Xbox or Nintendo switch on the road. It does not have touchscreen, however the small size, bright screen, and durable 1080P screen is all I need. This either stays in the car on a iPad holder or tucked away under the car seat or trunk storage.

I use my 15 inch large 15.6″ IPS HDR 1920X1080 FHD ( ) when I travel with my for video editing or with my large 17 inch gaming laptop. It adds lots of desk real estate and matches the size of my larger laptop for extended work sessions. Normally this travels with the laptop in a large roller suit case luggage.

Overall all three of these external monitors are very useful for my daily commute or a road trip in the car and have their purpose.

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