Need an Extra Screen For Your Laptops E Ink monitors, And 4G LTE networks? Here’s how

With work from home being the new norm, we are all constantly glued to our laptops as even the smallest of official communication now is via either Slack, WhatsApp, Skype, Google Meets, and so on.

But how do you check those messages or the email, or take that important call while you working on the docs, or watching an important video? Only if your laptop supported multiple screens that would be so much easier, right?

Well, guess what, now it can. And no, we don’t want you to go through the hassle of having to buy two large new monitors.

These are portable monitors that conveniently slide out when needed. And when not in use, just slide them back behind the main display.

The screens have been developed by Xebec and are pretty big at 10.1-inches giving you a good display so you never miss out on any details. They were first launched on Kickstarter in 2019 and you can grab them for about $500.

Here’s more in detail about the various models and their specs.

Get 2 additional display with Xebec’s 2nd-gen Tri-Screen

If you are looking for multiple screens for your Notebook this is just what you need as it gives you 2 additional screens. Each screen is 10.1 inches and comes with a Full-HD 1920 x 1200 resolution.

Plus, they both weigh a mere 2 pounds ensuring they don’t add much to the weight of the laptops. Connecting it is easy and is done using 2 USB-C cables and/or mini HDMI.

Onyx Boox Mira Pro 25.3″ Eink Monitor [eReader X]

If you need something for your E-Ink then the Onyx Boox Mira Pro is the screen for you. It is an amazing 25.3-inch monitor with an 89% screen-to-body ratio. This not only gives you more viewing area but also makes it more immersive and clear.

Another reason behind that is so you get a clear view whether in horizontal or vertical orientations. This monitor costs around $1400 which is much lesser than some of the others on the market.

Honor Earbuds 2 SE run for 10 hours and have active noise cancellation [GSM Arena]

If you attend a lot of video or audio calls and need to focus on them without the hustle and bustle of the outside world then I’d recommend you get the Honor Earbuds 2 SE true wireless, noise-canceling earbuds.

Apart from being noise-canceling, they also deliver an amazing runtime of 8-10 hours while its case supports 22 hours of charging (6-7 hours with active noise-canceling).

Written By Eric Smith

My name is Eric Smith and I've been working within the tech space for over 10 years, both at one of the largest computer manufacturers (for which I have no affiliation with anymore) but also in the retail sector where I gained a lot of experience in helping people finding suitable tech products.

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