Mobile Pixels launches their Portable Laptop Monitors in Australia

    After a successful Kickstarter, Mobile Pixels has launched its DUEX range of portable laptop monitors into the Australian market. Transforming any laptop into a dual-screen setup, Mobile Pixels has effectively found a way to bridge the gap between efficiency, mobility and desktop ergonomics, all critical in today’s working environment.

    The last few years have found many drastically adjusting to a new era of working conditions, with versatility and convenience reigning supreme for those now working from home or in a hybrid situation. With these new working styles, along with collective working hubs and shared desks, Mobile Pixels is the perfect tool in this new work era.

    Allowing users to forget about the hefty costs associated with an external monitor, Mobile Pixels simple screen extension nearly doubles users screen space without needing any additional desk space.

    The lightweight screen, which is easily attached by magnets to an existing laptop, presents itself in a compact and elegant design that works with any laptop, making it the perfect productivity accessory for those that want the freedom to work from anywhere. 

    The range features a number of comfort features including built-in eye care mode meaning users can reduce blue light emissions and avoid headaches even after hours on the device. Additionally, the DUEX Plus & DUEX Max both have an auto-rotate feature allowing users to switch between a left-side setup and a right-side setup seamlessly.

    The DUEX range provides consumers with multiple options when selecting their optimal portable second screen, containing three of Mobile Pixels wider range, the DUEX Lite, Plus & Max.

    The DUEX Lite is the most affordable option, weighing in at under 600 grams and boasting a 12.5” screen, it retails for $499. The DUEX Plus possesses a 13.3” screen and retails for $549.

    The DUEX Max is the premium option with a 14” screen and retailing for $599.

    These are available in Grey & Navy at JB Hi-Fi, Officeworks, Harvey Norman, Amazon, Mwave & Rosman Computers.

    Jason Cartwright
    Jason Cartwright
    Creator of techAU, Jason has spent the dozen+ years covering technology in Australia and around the world. Bringing a background in multimedia and passion for technology to the job, Cartwright delivers detailed product reviews, event coverage and industry news on a daily basis. Disclaimer: Tesla Shareholder from 20/01/2021

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