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EDITOR’S NOTE: July 2023

Portable monitors were some of the hottest tech products for Black Friday and Cyber Monday in 2022, and we expect them to be in demand this year as well. The lack of competition from well-known display vendors (LG, Samsung, Dell, HP) has led to a flurry of smaller and not-so-small players vying for a slice of an increasingly bigger pie. Four of the top 20 best-selling monitors at Amazon at the time of writing this column were portable monitors. Their versatility and portability – which standard business monitors do not offer – make them firm favorites for hybrid workers or commuting staff that yearn for extra productivity.

Collin Probst, B2B Hardware Editor

Whatever you need a second screen for, we’ve gathered our top picks to help you find the most appropriate one.

To narrow the list of portable monitors, we compared them across numerous aspects, like their size, weight, display type (1080p or 4K), and connectivity options (USB-C, USB-A, VGA, micro HDMI, etc.). We also looked at their latency, design, and stand and checked for touchscreen functionality, among other features. 

These displays are much slimmer and lighter than traditional computer monitors. And, because they’re that much more portable, some can even be attached directly to the back of your laptop to flip open when you need them.

If you’re short on space but big on demand for extra screens, it may be worth considering investing in a portable monitor. There are some perfect ones around, and they don’t have to cost enormous money.

For those with complicated workflows when doing productivity work or graphic design, having that extra screen can help organize it. You can keep all your apps and tabs visible simultaneously and don’t have to scroll to find what you’re working on. And they’re straightforward to set up since most portable monitors connect using just one USB cable. They come in a few different resolutions and sizes, so no matter your needs, you’ll find something that works, even if you want one that can go head-to-head with the best 4K monitors.


The best portable monitors of 2023 in full

Innocn 15A1F (Image credit: Mark Pickavance)

1. Innocn 15A1F 15.6″ portable monitor

Best portable monitor overall

Specifications

Screen Size: 15.6″

Resolution: 1,920 x 1,080

Weight: 0.76kg

Connectivity: USB-C power (45W), HDMI 1.4, USB-C (Display Mode)

Panel Type: OLED

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Magnetic support arm

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USB-C and HDM

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OLED colors

Reasons to avoid

Only 1080p resolution

The 15A1F is easily one of the cheapest OLED portable monitors you can purchase, with an asking price below $400.

What you get for that money is a beautifully engineered and lightweight screen that delivers remarkably punchy colours and excellent levels of contrast.

The trade-off here is that the screen is only 15.6-inches corner to corner and the natural resolution is only 1920 x 1080. That’s potentially not big enough for designers or those working with colour.

If these limitations aren’t a problem, this is an excellent design with a magnetically attached stand that allows both portrait and landscape use and inputs that work with both HDMI and USB-C connections.

In an ideal world, we’d of liked a regionally agnostic USB-C PSU included, a soft carry case, and a less glossy finish on the screen. But all these things would have undoubtedly made the 15A1F more expensive.

Read the full review: InnoCN 15A1F

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2. Asus ZenScreen MB16AC portable monitor

Best if you want something that’s incredibly light

Specifications

Resolution: 1,920 x 1,080

Weight: 0.78kg

Connectivity: USB-C x 1

Panel Type: IPS

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Reasons to buy

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Thin and light

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Excellent image quality

Reasons to avoid

Expensive compared to some rivals

Low brightness

The Asus ZenScreen MB16A Portable Monitor is one of the nicest-looking USB monitors we have seen, and it comes with several features and design considerations that make it an incredibly handy device and one of the best portable monitors.  

However, it is heavy on the wallet, with the ZenScreen proving more expensive than many other portable monitors on this list. Nonetheless, the build and image quality of this screen makes it well worth the extra money. Fans of Asus’ ZenBook laptops should be particularly interested in this device, as it has a design that compliments Asus’ high-end laptops nicely. 

The monitor is slightly larger than an iPad Pro, but it weighs only 800g and is super comfortable to carry around.

Read the full review: Asus ZenScreen MB16A

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3. AOC I1601P 15.6-inch portable monitor

Best value for money

Specifications

Resolution: 1,920 x 1,080

Weight: 0.8kg

Connectivity: USB-C (with USB-A adaptor) x 1

Panel Type: IPS

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Reasons to buy

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Extremely light and portable

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Lovely display

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USB-C or USB-A connectivity

Reasons to avoid

Navigating menus is a pain

Short cable can limit portability

The I1601P portable monitor from AOC is a fantastic little kit, especially for someone looking to equip themselves for the new world of hybrid working.

This monitor is extremely slim and light and fits snugly into a laptop case or backpack sleeve. We also love the stand, which attaches to the front and back of the screen with magnets that anchor the I1601P in place – and it doubles as a screen cover.

The 15.6-inch full HD IPS display is extremely easy on the eye, which means long working sessions don’t result in undue strain, despite the relatively small screen size. And the display boasts an impressively wide viewing angle, too, so it can function well even on a crowded office desk.

AOC has prioritized portability and ease of use above all else. The result is a display that anyone can set up and start using in a matter of seconds; it’s a case of plugging in a single cable, and off you go.

Read the full review: AOC I1601P

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4. Intehill 17.3″ portable 4K monitor

Best if you want a big yet portable screen

Specifications

Resolution: 3840 x 2160

Diagonal Size: 17. 3-inch

Connectivity: USB-C x 1

Panel Type: IPS

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Reasons to buy

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Magnetic support and cover

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USB-C, HDMI and DP

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4K natural resolution

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Accurate IPS hardware

Reasons to avoid

No PSU included

Lacks a kickstand

Not cheap

Can be fussy about signals

The Intehill 4K portable monitor is a well-constructed monitor with a plethora of ports. However, there is no PSU in the box – as shocking as that may be. While it lacks a kickstand, the magnetic support and cover almost make up for it, making this monitor usable as is, without necessarily needing an added accessory. This 17.3″ screen boasts a 4K resolution and features accurate IPS hardware.To power this display (if not running via a single Thunderbolt) a 30-45W USB-C charger will need to be sourced, but once that is taken care of, this monitor is fairly easy to work with.

Read the full review: Intehill portable 4K monitor

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5.

InnoCN PU15-PRE

Best for creative professionals

Specifications

Resolution: 3,840 x 2,160

Weight: 0.9kg

Connectivity: Mini HDMI, USB-C x 2

Panel Type: OLED

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Reasons to buy

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4K resolution

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OLED display

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Touchscreen

+

Integrated battery

Reasons to avoid

Heavy with kickstand cover attached

Expensive compared to some rivals

Digital nomads and traveling creatives will have more than enough pixels and features to work from anywhere with this 4K OLED touchscreen portable monitor. InnoCN has opted for a 4K OLED display so content creators can have a true-to-life color with low latency, six digits contrast ratio, and the deepest blacks possible while on the go. At the same time, the device’s integrated battery is capable of powering smartphones and tablets.

Unlike some portable monitors on this list, the InnoCN Pu15-PRE comes at a premium. However, its 15. 6-inch panel, aluminum frame, and three-year warranty help justify its cost. The included TPU sleeve protects this portable monitor while in transit and also doubles as a stand, but it does make the monitor a bit heavy. 

Read the full review: InnoCN PU15-PRE


Frequently Asked Questions

How to choose the best portable monitor for you

Choosing portable monitor hinges on your use case and to what device you are connecting. The very concept of a portable monitor makes the most sense with a USB-C-equipped laptop.

That’s the most reliable way to connect a portable monitor and ensures both compatibility and plenty of bandwidth for any resolution a portable monitor is likely to offer. That said, many mobile screens also support old-school USB-A connectivity. Just be aware that it will require software and drivers, which could present a problem depending on your device to drive the display.

For most mainstream Windows PCs, that should be fine. For everything else, it could be more problematic. Running over USB-A can also limit resolution and color fidelity due to lower bandwidth. That said, some portable monitors support micro HDMI and even VGA.

Speaking of bandwidth and resolution, most portable monitors are 15.6-inch panels with a 1080p resolution of 1,920 by 1,080 pixels. But more compact models with 11-inch screens are available.

Battery or no battery is another critical question. You can get portable screens both with and without. Screens without a battery are cheaper and lighter. However, if you’re using a mobile screen away from the mains, they will drain your laptop’s battery pretty fast.

The final significant factor is brightness. If you plan to use your portable display outside, you want as much of that as humanly possible. Most are limited, only topping out at a little over 200 nits. Aim for the brightest you can get while considering that more glowing screens will use up even more battery when powered by your laptop.

The best portable monitors: How we test

We’ve tested various monitors to arrive at the best portable monitors for you. We evaluated the monitors across many aspects, starting with how premium the design and build felt, how lightweight the monitor was, the screen size, and whether it offered full HD or 4K resolution. 

We considered how many types of connections (USB-C, USB-A, VGA, etc.) the monitors supported and the number of connectivity ports they had. We looked at the display brightness and the viewing angle width. 

Importantly, we assessed how minimal the latency was and how good the display looked, in terms of the color accuracy and saturation. We also analyzed how ergonomic the monitor stand/cover was and what type of user the monitor would be best suited for. 

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Intehill 17.3” Portable 4K Monitor

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TechRadar Verdict

4K at 17. 3 inches offers small pixels, but the quality of this panel might make this worthwhile for some use cases. Why it doesn’t come with a PSU is a mystery, but budget to buy one so you can run both this and the laptop.

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Intehill isn’t a brand that many will immediately identify. Based in Huizhou, China. The company builds displays using parts provided by Hanshi, another Chinese hardware supplier.

Hanshi does all the product research, manufacturing and marketing, while Intehill is classified as the ‘HDMI adopter’ according to the company information.

The business prides itself on producing displays that all have FCC, CE and PSE certification when they come to market, and there is clearly momentum to expand into Western markets.

Products with this branding are appearing on Shopify, Amazon and Alibaba.com, and today we’re going to review a high-end design made for those that need 4K resolutions on the move, the Intehill 17.3” Portable 4K Monitor.

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According to the Intehill website, this monitor is stocked in China and the USA, and the quoted price is $569.

Part of the issue here is that Intehill don’t seem keen on giving their monitor code numbers, and they make a range of monitors that are identified mainly by their resolution.

Included are other 17.3-inch 4K HDR monitors that offer different input options, so be careful when ordering one that your purchase has the inputs you need.

Intehill 17.3” Portable 4K Monitor: Design and features

  • Great build quality
  • Lots of inputs
  • No PSU included

Removing the Intehill 4K portable monitor from its box for the first time, this device has some unexpected weight and substance.

Weighing in at 1.2KG, not including the cover, it is a satisfying combination of milled aluminium and glass.

This display comes wrapped in the ‘Smart Case’ as Intehill describes the cover, a flexible wrap that doubles as a support stand using magnets to attach it. The screen has tiny feet projecting from one side, most of the inputs on the right and the buttons for controlling the OSD menu on the left.

The only exception to the right-side inputs is a single Micro-B type OTG input on the left, with the more conventional video input technologies on the right.

These include a full-scale HDMI port, a Mini-DP and USB-C, along with a 3.5mm headphone jack. To be precise, there are two USB-C ports, but one is for powering the screen, and the other is for those with USB-C ports or Thunderbolt 3 with the ability to use them for display purposes.

It is possible to drive the panel completely with Thunderbolt, delivering both power and signal if the laptop has that port and can provide the wattage that the monitor needs to function.

Together with the screen and case are a selection of useful cables that comprise two USB-C to USB-C types and a mini-HDMI to full HDMI. There isn’t a DisplayPort cable, but that’s not the most surprising omission.

What you don’t get, somewhat incredibly at this price point, is a power supply.

Oddly, the box has some slots that suggest at some point in the gestation of this product, it was going to include a Type-C PSU, but Intehill chose to leave it out.

The issue here is that this screen won’t work with the typical Type-C charger PSU that comes with most phones. It needs something more substantial that can deliver between 30-45W, like those designed for laptops.

If you have a laptop with that type of PSU, then you’ll be fine, but this reviewer didn’t and was forced to part with around £30/$30 for a suitable one to make the Intehill screen work.

Once the screen has the right PSU inserted in the correct one of the two USB-C ports, it comes to life and works much like any other conventional monitor.

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Specifications

Panel size: 17.3-inch
Panel type: IPS
Resolution: 3,440 x 1,440
Brightness: 400cd/m2
Contrast: 1,000:1
Pixel response: 4ms
Color coverage: 100% Adobe RGB, 93% DCI-P3
Refresh rate: 60Hz
Vesa:  100mm x 100mm
Inputs: USB-C Power (25-45W), DisplayPort 1.4 Mini, HDMI 2.0, USB-C and Micro USB OTG
Weight: 1200g

What’s less wonderful is if you use a lower-powered PSU, it appears to wake, then puts a message on the screen about Power Saving and turns itself off.

This will confuse some buyers, just like it did this reviewer.

If the laptop you use supports PD mode over USB-C, the monitor can be driven with a single USB-C cable. But doing that assumes that the battery in the laptop can handle that level of demand or is connected to mains power.

For those that want a more robust stand than the Smart Case, the rear of the display has VESA holes for mounting it to proper support. Doing this will detract from the portability of this solution, but it’s a valuable addition.

A helpful option might have been a kickstand like that on some other Intehill designs. The smart case is strong enough to hold the screen up, but it negates the possibility of mounting a small system onto the back using the VESA mounting holes and creating an ad hoc mobile PC.

Where it could also do with some work is in respect of the OSD Menu, which has relatively few options on it.

One of these options is HDR, which can be on or off. The screen technology here is IPS with a maximum brightness well below any HDR standards, and it lacks zoned backlighting. Therefore, HDR on this screen isn’t like it can be on an OLED or Quantum Dot TV.

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Intehill 17.3” Portable 4K Monitor: Performance

  • Good factory calibration
  • Above average colour balance and accuracy
  • Not a true HDR panel

Once over the hurdle of finding a power supply with enough angry pixies to get this monitor to display, using it is simplicity itself.

HDMI and DisplayPort are mostly self-explanatory, and the only complexity comes from those using a display over USB. How well this works on a specific phone, tablet, Chromebook, or laptop is primarily down to how the output hardware was implemented in that hardware.

Being such a small panel and using IPS technology, I didn’t expect much coverage from the colour gamut from this 8-bit panel.

But, the panel here is considerably better than anticipated, with a good factory calibration squeezing as much contrast out of it as possible.

In testing, it didn’t quite hit its quoted 400nits, but it got close, and the contrast is almost precisely on the 1,000:1 ratio.

By default, the gamma is set to 2.2, and the curve accurately tracks that profile.

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The only real weakness of this design is that the backlight is heavily centre-biased, and given how thin the panel is and not having a zonal backlight model is somewhat predictable.

The difference between the corners and the centre is around 4%, which is surprisingly low for these limitations.

Colour representation is generally good, but the suitability of those standards will depend on precisely what level of gamut coverage you expect.

For designers, 100% of Adobe RGB might work, though anyone working with colour grading video might want better than the 93% of DCI-P3 on offer here. There might be a little more to edge out of the colour profile with calibration, but it doesn’t quite hit the 97% or more of P3 that some panels are delivering these days.

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The HDR mode isn’t wonderful, mainly because the brightness and contrast levels aren’t near what they need to be to deliver true HDR. Oddly, in Windows 11, turning HDR on makes this screen look much worse than it does with it turned off, so avoid that.

Overall, the display was better than expected but how useful it might be to those who use colour professionally is debatable. The screen surface is very glossy, making reflections an issue, and for gamers, the maximum refresh of 60Hz won’t impress.

In use, this display can also be fussy about the quality of cables that connect to it. Intehill recommends only using HDMI 2.0 specification cables for that input, though they don’t include one with the screen.

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Intehill 17.3” Portable 4K Monitor: Verdict

Except for requiring a PSU to be bought or already owned, this monitor is a classy piece of technology that provides a genuinely portable 4K display solution.

At this point, it is essential to mention that it is generally accepted that the best viewing distance for a 4K display is 1.5 times the height of the screen.

As the viewable height of this monitor is about 21cm, that would make the optimal viewing distance as being just 30cm, give or take. If that seems close to you, then you’ll need a larger monitor than this.

In many respects, this product might have been more practical and potentially cheaper with a 1440p resolution panel, and Intehill might have that planned.

Given the relatively high cost involved, it’s worth taking a moment to look at potential use cases for this screen.

As this is an 8-bit IPS panel and not 10-bit, photographers and cinematographers might well not embrace it. Equally, it’s too expensive for those that like to game on vacation.

Where it might work is for those that wish to present a sales pitch, allowing them to keep their laptop screen pointed at them while delivering the pitch using this panel.

Drone pilots with HDMI out might love this, especially for reviewing captured footage, though it would need a power pack capable of generating the wattage needed to run and some means to avoid screen reflections.

The obvious question here is, do these applications make 4K a necessity? As Intehill makes an almost identically sized 1080p resolution screen for nearly half the price.

For some, like the drone cinematographers, it might be.

Like so many hardware choices, if this screen works for your specific application, it comes down to price. Frankly, there are so few options with this size, resolution, range of inputs and portability that it’s mostly a matter of paying it or rethinking your plans.

Other brands have badged a similar product but want even more money for their version. Therefore, this might not be the best possible portable 4K display around, but it is available, even if you need to budget for a PSU alongside the asking price.

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Folding monitor 4.3″ with number frame rear view camera – Monitors and rear view cameras

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This monitor is designed to be folded when not in use. The monitor unfolds at the touch of a button on the front surface. The color display allows you to conveniently view the image from the rear view camera. The monitor is equipped with two video inputs, which allows you to connect to it, for example, a front-view camera (or a 2nd camera installed inside the cabin – very convenient for taxi drivers) or a DVD player.

Having a small size, the monitor can be installed in any place convenient for the driver (usually on top of the dashboard). It has a stylish design and easily fits into the interior of any car. The body of the monitor is made of high-quality plastic and is equipped with a folding mechanism, which makes it possible to fold the monitor, for example, in a parking lot, when it is not necessary to use it.

The car monitor is equipped with two analog video inputs, which allows you to connect to it not only a rear view camera, but also any other video signal playback device, such as a DVD player or a front view camera. The monitor display has a diagonal of 4.3 inches, which allows you to conveniently view video from both the rear view camera and, for example, from a DVD player
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The monitor comes with all the necessary wiring for quick connection and is completely ready for use.

Monitor specifications:

  • Diagonal 4.3″ – 109 mm
  • Resolution 480 (H) x 800 (V)
  • Aspect ratio 16:9
  • Two video inputs PAL / NTSC format
  • AV input for rear view camera
  • AV input for connecting any additional video device
  • Folding body type
  • Power supply: 12 volts from the vehicle’s on-board network
  • Power consumption 4 Watts
  • The monitor has 2 video inputs, which allows you to connect two cameras or 1 camera to it, and for example, a DVD player

Rear view camera will give you more confidence behind the wheel while reversing and will also make parking much easier. Many drivers face situations every day that make parking difficult. For example, dirty car windows, poor lighting, limited space to maneuver, etc. In these situations, the rear view camera will help you – with its help you can see all the obstacles and make the right decision in time. Also, its versatility can be attributed to the advantages – the camera is built into the license plate frame, which allows you to install it on almost any car model. You can also easily reinstall the camera on another car, if the need arises.

Main features of the rear view camera:

  • Wide viewing angle (170 degrees) allows you to control almost the entire area in the immediate vicinity of the rear bumper of the car.
  • Color image displays objects in the most realistic way.
  • Thanks to the chamber’s waterproof design, you can use it in all weather conditions.
  • The automatic image mirroring function ensures that objects on the monitor are positioned as they are in reality.
  • Thanks to the high sensitivity sensor (0.2 LUX), you can get excellent image quality even in low light conditions.
  • Automatic camera activation. The camera will start working automatically when reverse gear is engaged.
  • Parking lines are automatically superimposed on the image from the rear view camera, so you can park quickly and easily.
  • The ability to adjust and fix the position of the camera (using screws if necessary) allows you to choose the optimal viewing angle for your car.
  • Installation versatility. The camera is built into the license plate frame of the car, so it can be installed on almost any car.
  • The license plate frame is made of durable high quality plastic.

Rear view camera specifications:

  • Camera sensor: color CMD
  • Minimum illumination: 0.2 LUX
  • TV system: PAL
  • Resolution: 420 TV lines
  • Number of pixels: 648 x 488
  • Power supply: 12V
  • Viewing angle: 170°
  • Colour: black
  • Waterproof and dustproof: IP67
  • Operating temperature range: -30°C to +65°C
  • Dimensions of license plate frame: 545 x 145 mm

Equipment:

  • License plate frame with built-in camera
  • Monitor cable 5 meters
  • Frame power cable
  • Instruction
  • Folding Monitor 4. 3″

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    RUB 4,000
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    RUB 3,900

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    Code:
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