Whether you’re working from a distance, want a bigger screen for gaming when you log off after work, or want to keep all your personal apps on one screen and work on the other, a portable monitor offers some crucial extra space. That’s why UPERFECT is running a sale for up to 15% off across its range of portable monitors, which regularly rack up hundreds of four and five-star reviews on Amazon and other shopping sites.
A versatile plug-in monitor with 1080p resolution, that can be used in landscape or portrait, this workhorse (pictured above), usually $219, is 10% off, or just $197.99.
Quantum dot LEDs (QLEDs) have more brightness and color compared to standard LED monitors, producing more vivid scenes while playing games and streaming videos. You can save 10% on UPERFECT’s version, making it just $224.99.
If you’re going to spend a long time away from outlets, your second screen should have its own battery. Typically $339, this monitor with its own onboard battery is just $289.99 after a 14% discount.
Perfect for creatives on the go, whiteboarding, and playing touchscreen games, this touch-enabled monitor has an MSRP of $399, but with 15% off, it’s just $339.99.
Ideal for presentations, streaming, and detailed creative work, this 4K monitor, normally $339, is $305.99 with 10% off.
This top-rated touchscreen monitor packs a bright screen and sensitive touch in a crisp 4K package, and at 14% off, $419.99, it’s the best tool for gamers and creatives alike.
If you’ve got a smaller laptop, or need a screen that more easily fits in your briefcase, you can save 14% on this versatile monitor, dropping the price from $229 to $195.99.
The UPERFECT X might just be the brand’s most innovative product yet, offering a unique dock that only requires you to connect your Android device. Suddenly, you instantly have a fully-featured laptop, keyboard, trackpad, and all. Usually $349.99, save 10% with this sale and turn your Android phone into a workstation for just $314.99.
Prices subject to change.
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