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Amazon Prime Day deal on a USB-C portable monitor: Lepow Z1 only $144


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This story is part of Amazon Prime Day, PJDM’s guide on everything you need to know and how to make sure you get the best deal.

Discovering a superb computer monitor for less than $200 since March has not been simple. Discovering one which’s simply moveable so you’ll be able to broaden your display screen area irrespective of the place you are working is hard, too. The Lepow Z1-Black and Z1-Silver handle to fall into these slim parameters and for Amazon Prime Day, their costs at the moment are nicely under $200. 

Every is a 15.6-inch IPS show with a 1,920×1,080-pixel decision, however one has a black body whereas the opposite is silver. You possibly can hook up with and energy the monitor by its USB-C port, however there’s additionally a mini-HDMI port and each kinds of cables are included. The protecting cowl doubles as a stand and the show can be utilized horizontally or vertically. It even has built-in stereo audio system to make use of in case you are related to one thing like a recreation console that does not have its personal audio system. 

The Z1-Silver is $150 however the Z1-Black is currently a Lightning Deal for $144.48 as part of Prime Day. Lepow additionally has a barely higher-end model, the Z1-Gamut, that has an improved coloration gamut in comparison with the opposite Z1 fashions. It is currently $199 but there’s a coupon that can be applied for $40 off. Whereas I have not used the common model, I’ve tried out the Z1-Gamut and it does work as promised, however I’ve not seen it side-by-side with the others. It is not going to exchange a wide-color-gamut show costing lots of of {dollars} extra, however it’s tremendous for basic use. I have been engaged on my laptop computer throughout my home and the design is nice for immediately making a dual-display workspace. Plus, my youngsters can simply hook up our Nintendo Switch to it for gaming.

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Joshua Goldman