There may be a bigger 15-inch MacBook Air on the market now, but those rocking the 13-inch model could still do with a few more inches for their workstations. And Amazon's Prime Day deals for Apple users has thrown up just the ticket.
Right now, you can pick up the 17.3-inch 4K UPerfect Portable monitor for just $513 if you add the coupon on the product page. That's a $186 saving over its usual $699 asking price.
As well suited to Xbox and PlayStation gamers as it is to Mac workers, the monitor even comes with a protective case that covers as a handy stand.
It's a well reviewed monitor, despite it coming from a lesser-known brand, and it even supports HDR content. It's only 500 nits of brightness, but that's not far off the spec of some far more expensive desktop monitors.
Vesa mounting gives you options to fix the screen on a desk too, while a pair of video-ready USB-C ports and HDMI inputs make it ready for whatever machine you want to power it. That's a full-size HDMI port too, making it easier to work with.
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