USB-C and Thunderbolt compatible portable monitor: now only $129.99

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TL;DR: As of July 5, get the UStream Portable Second Monitor(opens in a new tab) for only $129.99 — you’ll save 43%.

Second monitors(opens in a new tab) aren’t exclusive to desktops anymore. If you need a bigger workspace on your laptop or want a larger screen to game with your phone, then you may want to look into the UStream Portable Second Monitor. This lightweight monitor has a full-sized screen and a 1.62-pound build, so it’s super portable whether it’s in your laptop bag or a backpack. 

During Deal Days, get a USteam F22 15.6-inch FHD Portable Second Monitor on sale for 43% off.

Get a second monitor for your phone, laptop, or tablet 

Bring the convenience of a dual-screen setup with you almost anywhere. The USteam F22 gives you a 15.6-inch HD monitor that comes with its own case that doubles as a stand. There are a few ways to connect, including USB-C, Thunderbolt, and Mini HDMI. Compatible cables come with your purchase, so all you have to bring to the table is a device to connect. Just make sure the Type-C port you’re using isn’t just for charging, otherwise it may not work. If your laptop does not have a Thunderbolt 3 port, you can use the included HDMI to Mini HDMI cable. 

It may be less than half an inch thick, but this monitor(opens in a new tab) still packs many of the features of a standard monitor you’d find with a regular desktop computer. Dual speakers are built in, and it has a few extra USB-C ports and a headphone jack so you can plug in extra peripherals like a mouse or keyboard. This monitor does need a power source, but an adapter is included. 

Save on a portable monitor that’s compatible with smartphones 

Work, play, or stream on a no-driver portable monitor. 

While supplies last, you can get a USteam F22 15.6″ 1080P FHD Portable Second Monitor(opens in a new tab) for $129.99 (reg. $229). 

Prices subject to change.

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