As a writer, I find myself attached to my laptop quite often. So much so that I have had to buy a desktop, just to have an additional monitor to work from. The down side to this is that I rarely can be fully efficient when I try to work outside my office. Though I have a 17” laptop screen, there just isn’t enough room for all the windows I need open.
When I do go out, I typically have a phone or tablet that I set up in addition. Though it works, it is far from efficient when I am trying to research and write.
As of April 22nd, none of these devices have been delivered to consumers. There are many negative reviews of consumers paying full price and not receiving the device dating back to 2015, under several different company names.
These two additional screens can swivel to be used in any direction. This includes one flattened on the back so someone sitting opposite of you can see. These screens offer you the ability to be able to either share screens, have three different screen display, or a combination of both.