Get A 15-Inch Portable Monitor For Only $95
Xbox, PlayStation, Switch, and PC are all supported by this budget-friendly monitor.
Gaming away from home has never been easier thanks to portable devices like the Nintendo Switch and Steam Deck. But if you’re looking to improve your setup, consider picking up a portable monitor. Solid portable monitors can regularly cost close to $200 or more, but Amazon is currently discounting the highly reviewed Arzopa 15.6-Inch Portable Monitor to just $95, down from $189.
If you need something a bit slimmer, you can check out the Arzopa A1 Gamut, which offers much of the same functionality but comes with a kickstand design and is a bit more trim than the monitor listed above. It’s currently on sale for $110, down from $190. And if you want something ultra-luxurious, you can pick up the Arzopa G1 Game, which boasts a 144Hz refresh rate and is on sale for $180, down from $200. Be sure to clip the coupon on the store page for both of these products to get the full savings.
All three portable monitors are great options, but if you don’t travel frequently and only need the device for a few weeks out of the year, the $95 Arzopa Portable Monitor is probably your best bet. Not only does it come with a long list of features, but you’d be hard-pressed to find another monitor that offers as much versatility for less than $100.
We’re not sure how long this deal will stick around, so head over to Amazon and cash in on the savings while you can.
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