TL;DR: Get Mobile Pixels’s DUEX Pro Portable Dual 1080p Monitor for just $179.35, down from its original price of $249.99 as of March 30.
It’s true what they say. You never really know what you’ve got until it’s gone. And when it comes to the world’s newfound remote work contingency, most of us are mourning the loss of our second monitor, which sits untouched in our now-empty office. The free pastries in the office pantry are a close second, but who’s counting.
Having a second screen is the most clear cut way to boost your productivity, and working without one can make you feel super slow. And since we’ll be working from our homes for the foreseeable future, it’s time to consider purchasing a replacement without breaking the bank. Our vote goes to the DUEX Pro Portable Dual 1080p Monitor. This genius laptop extender is currently on sale, giving you even less of an excuse to suffer through single screen work life.
This Indiegogo hit (it raised over a million in funding) lets you enjoy dual-screen functionality anywhere, anytime. (But remember, “anywhere” means your home and your home only for the time being.)
Designed by MIT students, it’s compatible with any laptop and it’s easy to use — simply attach it to your computer with the magnetic adhesive, connect the two with a USB cable, slide it out when you need an extra display, and slide it back when you’re done for the day. Here’s a sleek video that will show you how it works:
If you skipped the video, you should know that it’s designed with a 270-degree rotation and 180-degree presentation mode so it looks great at any angle. The screen also beams 1080 HD quality display, so you can enjoy the sharp and crystal-clear graphics you’re used to. Plus, when the world returns to normal, and you go back to your regular routine, the portable design is perfect for working in coffee shops and on airplanes. Remember airplanes?
The DUEX Pro Portable Dual 1080p Monitor typically costs $249.99, but with the code SAVEDUEXPRO, Mashable readers can get it on sale for $179.35. Hey, send this article to your boss, and maybe you can expense it. Worth a try, right?
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