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Ultimate Geek

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#310502 25-Oct-2023 15:16
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14-inch IPS 1920*1080 Portable Monitor 400cd / m² 60HZ 16:9 For Laptop XBox PS4 / 5 Switch Cell Phone Computer Extension Office


It's this one (14A):

It "has" HDR support, but at least running it from my Mac, I wouldn't use it for HDR content, colours look pretty bad in HDR mode.

Otherwise, using it normally, colours are pretty good, not as good as my MBA screen, but pretty darn good for a ~$150 screen.

It has a glossy finish, and is super reflective if you've got anything bright behind you. I didn't have any issue using it in a room with only a window to the side.


Why I am selling?

I was going to use it as a 2nd screen when I game, but didn't think it through, my laptop only has 2 USB-C ports, one I used for the mic, one for ethernet, leaving 0 for the screen 🙃 (I don't want to faff around with a hub)



I used the screen for a day or two, but it's otherwise new.

Comes with;

  • Orig box

  • mini HDMI to HDMI (screen has a mini HDMI port)

  • USB-A to USB-C power cable

  • EU power adapter (to USB)

  • Plastic screen protector (not used)

  • Magnetic case (not amazing, but does kinda work)

Did come with a USB-C to USB-C cable but no clue where it is now. If you want one, let me know and I can include a new UGREEN 1m white one.


Details and notes

You can power and run the screen with a single USB-C cable (assuming your PC/Mac's USB-C supports video out via USB-C, I believe all Mac's do)

It has HDMI in too.


The button/slider thing to control OSD is kinda finicky and annoying to use, but does work fine.


I think the screen has sound, but sounds trash.


PM if interested.


PS, free shipping only for urban addresses or PO BOX (not rural).

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