Asus Zenscreen MB16ACE Portable USB Monitor- 15.6 Inch Full HD, Hybrid Signal Solution, USB Type-C, Flicker Free, Blue Light Filter, Anti-Glare Surface
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- Features a hybrid-signal solution that supports power and video transmission, and enables compatibility with any laptop with a USB Type-C or Type A port
- Can automatically Sense its orientation and switch the monitor between landscape and portrait modes
- 15.6-Inch full HD portable anti-glare IPS display with an ultra slim and thin design helps you get things done more efficiently when you're on the go
- Foldable smart CASE can be turned into a stand to prop the monitor up in either portrait or landscape mode
- Asus Eye Care monitors feature TÜV Rhineland-certified flicker-free and low Blue light technologies to ensure a comfortable viewing experience
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Asus zenscreen MB16ACE is designed to keep you productive, wherever you are. It's a highly portable monitor with a hybrid signal solution, which means that it only needs a single USB connector cable to be fully compatible with almost any laptop. With a super slim 8mm profile, and weighing just 0.71 kg, zenscreen MB16ACE is also the lightest 15.6 inch companion display monitor.
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Super slim, light and sexy.
It has a dual screen cover and stand. The pictures make it appear as though it runs the whole width of the screen when used as a stand, but it folds vertically and not horizontally. It is a little unstable and settles back at about a 30% angle which isn't ideal.
The first time I plugged it in and used it, everything went great. But, since then, I get a error that the external device may demand more power than my laptop can handle and I should consider plugging it into an external power source. Problem is, you can't do that. That USB-C is the only input on the monitor. So far, I've been getting away with it. But the fan on my Flip goes into overdrive and it gets a pretty hot. So I can tell the monitor is putting a strain on the Flip. It gets hot anyway, so I've been a bit concerned. So be advised. If you have a full-size laptop, it might be fine. I haven't tried it on another device.
Other than that, it does everything as expected
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