When you’re working from home, productivity takes on an even greater importance than ever before. With some many potential added distractions, your time spent in front of your personal laptop, banging away on a work project, absolutely needs to be time well spent.
Of course, certain deficiencies can easily detract from that focus, including the state of your monitor situation. A second monitor to expand your desktop has been shown to increase productivity by up to 50 percent — and while your office computer likely spotted that extra feature, it’s very likely your laptop isn’t so equipped.
You can change that with a Mobile Pixels Trio Portable Screen Laptop Monitor, transforming your humble home laptop into a dual-screened, or even triple-screened productivity colossus.
The Trio is the latest iteration of Mobile Pixels’ popular Duex monitor, which attaches easily with magnetics to the back of your laptop.
The Trio is like the Duex on steroids, the lightweight screen or screens connecting to your laptop with a dual purpose USB connector transferring power and data. Just slide out the monitors and you’re ready to expand your work surface to a dual screen or even a truly epic three-screen experience. Each 1080p high definition monitor also features 270 degrees of rotation, so they can be positioned in any configuration that suits your needs, including turning a screen (or two) around completely to serve as a presentation screen to deliver a proposal or just let other viewers in on your favorite videos or movies.
Mobile Pixel designed the Trio to integrate with any popular operating system from Windows and iOS to mobile OSs like Chrome, Android and more.
While a typical standalone monitor screen is traditionally anything but mobile, the Trio is a true road warrior, weighing in at under 2 pounds each so that even if you want to take a three-screen array out and about, it won’t feel like toting a brick with you.
Right now, you can get a Mobile Pixel Trio to fit your laptop screen size, from a 13 or 14-inch model ($214.99; originally $259 for a single screen; $419.99; originally $500 for two screens); or the larger Trio Max edition for 15 and 15.6-inch screens ($269.99; originally $319 for one; $499.99; originally $600 for two).
You also have the option of trying out the model that started it all, the Mobile Pixels Duex for just $179.35 when you purchase and use the code SAVEDUEXPRO.
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