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Review on INOO External Computer Portable Monitor: 15.8", FHD 1920X1080P, 60Hz, Built-In Speakers, Flicker-Free, Blue Light Filter, HD by John West

Revainrating 3 out of 5

Just another portable monitor "Me too " / Good picture quality

Portable Laptop Monitor, INOO 16.1' FHD 1080P USB-C Travel Monitor External IPS HDMI for Computer Second Screen Extender with Smart Cover Case for PC MacBook Phone Xbox Switch PS4/5 (ASIN: B0B4N5RQJP) - QUICK OVERVIEW Image quality is crisp and rich , and what you would expect from an IPS panel. However, there is nothing that sets this monitor apart from similar monitors. ✅ Built-in stand with I/Os on the back ✅ Aluminum casing ✅ External power converter (small appliances) ✅ All modern connectors ✅ Clear, bright, clear panel ❌ Low angle and risk of splintering ❌ No downloadable PDF manual ❌ No dedicated website ❌No response via Revain❌ Aluminum body is just a thin layer on top of plastic❌Backlit monitor construction only --- There is one unique aspect to this portable monitor: the connections are on the back, not the side. However, the rear ports are attached to the stand. This may or may not be an issue for you, but I've found that tampering with panel options can mean destroying the stand. In addition, the stand, which contains the connection cables, constantly opens and closes, similar to how you open and close a laptop screen. I would have liked to see dedicated rear ports with a sturdy stand that didn't have cables running through them. I was unable to get a response through Revain when I tried to contact the seller. Likewise, there is no website where I can find a PDF manual or customer support. Update: I found the website: innocn.com However, the user manual isn't there, and neither is this 16.1 inch panel. If you need a portable monitor, there are options for less money. If you don't need a portable monitor, you can get a 24 inch IPS panel cheaper than this portable monitor. The description says it comes with a PU cap, but the sample I received doesn't. The description also states that it comes with a "Premium Alloy Body". It is not true. It's a thin aluminum case over a plastic case. There are two settings in the OSD: Video Input and Backlight. You don't get any contrast, saturation, color, black adjustments or anything else. Without proper software controls such as nVidia or AMD for the black and contrast settings, you may end up with a slightly washed-out screen. For example, the Intel graphics software (at the time of writing) doesn't have the ability to adjust black settings or much more. I have a GTEK 15.8 inch portable monitor. There is no visual difference in build quality or screen from INOO or GTEK. The 15.8-inch GTEK is currently $139, while the 15.8-inch INOO is $169. Screen quality is sharp, crisp, and bright, which is to be expected from an IPS panel. You won't have any problems with the image quality. This portable monitor is another "Me Too" offering, with nothing special that sets it apart from the rest other than the ports are on the back instead of the side.

img 1 attached to INOO External Computer Portable Monitor: 15.8", FHD 1920X1080P, 60Hz, Built-In Speakers, Flicker-Free, Blue Light Filter, HD review by John West

  • blue light filter
  • The monitor's response time is too slow.