Portable monitors are gaining ground in a hybrid work era where we work on our laptops interchangeably at home or in the office and need to expand the display capacity. For this we can use any monitor, but these types of portable screens are ideal in shared workspaces.
The ZenScreen MB16QHG that ASUS has just introduced is a good example of this type of product. With a weight of only 1.2 kg and an ultra-slim profile that reduces its thickness to 7 mm at its edges and can be carried anywhere.
It mounts a 16-inch IPS panel with native WQXGA resolution (2560 x 1600 pixels) and a refresh rate of 120 Hz. It can display viewing angles of up to 178 degrees and is capable of covering 100% of the DCI-color gamut. Q3. Supports dynamic range technologies with DisplayHDR 400 .
The monitor has the technologies that ASUS includes in its line of screens . range of monitors, ASUS Eye Care certified by TÜV Rheinland to reduce annoying blue light and ENERGY STAR certified for energy savings. It features an anti-glare surface to minimize glare and reflections, interesting next to the wide viewing angles of IPS panels.
ZenScreen MB16QHG includes a foldable L-shaped kickstand that holds it securely at any angle. Alternatively, it can also be placed on a table in landscape mode for collaborative work. A built-in tripod socket can be adapted to other similar mechanisms to vary the height of the screen according to the user’s preferences.
In connectivity , it includes two USB-C ports, one on each side of the monitor and each with wiring for the signal and power of the screen. An HDMI port expands the connection possibilities to a wide range of devices, while a 3.5mm audio jack allows you to connect wired headphones.
If you use it with Windows, ASUS provides the DisplayWidget Lite app to make the monitor detect its orientation and automatically switch the screen between landscape and portrait modes. No price has been provided, but it looks very interesting , with a quality panel, the ability to move it anywhere and the ability to connect it to a good number of computers, whether laptops or mini-PCs. And if you need other types of formats, don’t miss our Monitor Guide .