Asus just announced ProArt PQ22UC, a 21.6″ OLED monitor. The monitor comes with 3840×2160 pixels resolution and HDR supports. The thin-and-light OLED panel weighs in at just 2.2 lbs. The 21.6″ panel packs 204 pixels per inch, with true 10-bit color and 99% coverage of the DCI-P3 color space.
The PQ22UC accepts video input over USB Type-C or micro HDMI to minimize the number of dongles you need to pack based on the device you’re bringing. The angled stand provides desktop ergonomics wherever you set up shop, but it detaches and twists flat to easily slip into the included carrying case along with the display and power adapter.
ZenScreen Go MB16AP
The smaller 15.6” ZenScreen Go is a Full HD display that runs on battery power. It’s capable of connecting to either your laptop or your phone, which means it can do double duty for work and play while you’re traveling. Getting up and running is easy regardless of what device you’re hooking up: just connect via the USB Type-C port on the side, and you’re all set.
With a 7,800mAh battery onboard, the ZenScreen Go lasts up to four hours on a single charge. Support for reverse charging means it can also top up your phone and other mobile devices in a pinch. If you don’t want to run down the battery, the screen can be powered by the same Type-C connection supplying the video feed, keeping your desk free of unnecessary clutter. It also works with Type-A USB 3.0 ports, extending compatibility to most modern laptops.