The ViewSonic VA1655 is a portable 15.6″ monitor built for on-the-go productivity. Designed for business travelers, remote workers, and digital nomads, the VA1655 can supplement a laptop or tablet screen for increased productivity. This monitor provides a crystal-clear viewing experience with an anti-glare screen and Full HD 1080p resolution, allowing users to see more and accomplish more for a more effective workflow. A USB Type-C connector allows for rapid and simple video and audio transfer. A second USB Type-C connector provides two-way power: a connected laptop may power the VA1655, or the VA1655. The ultra-slim VA1655 fits nicely into any suitcase, backpack, or bag, measuring less than an inch thick and weighs less than two pounds, allowing you to work anywhere life takes you.
ULTRA-PORTABLE MONITOR: Weighing little under 2 pounds, ViewSonic VA1655 15.6-inch portable monitor is easy to pack and transport.
STAND COVER & SCREEN PROTECTOR: Each monitor has a robust screen cover as well as a built-in stand for portrait and landscape configuration.
2-WAY POWERED USB-C: The ViewSonic VA1655 twin USB-C Ports allow it to send data, audio, video, and power over a single cable, with laptops able to power the monitor through two-way power.
Flicker-free technology and a blue light filter enable all-day viewing enjoyment.
LOSE THE DOCK: Use a single USB-C cable to connect video, audio, data, and power, and a USB hub to connect peripherals like USB drives and mice.
FLEXIBLE CONNECTIVITY: With Mini-HDMI 1.4 and USB-C inputs, the ViewSonic VA1655 supports laptops, PCs, and Apple/Mac operating systems. INCLUDED IN THE BOX: Portable Monitor with Cover, USB C Cable, Mini HDMI Cable, Power Adapter, and Quick Start Guide.
My Honest ViewSonic VA1655 Monitor Review
I got both this and the Asus MB16ACE since I couldn’t pick between the two. The buttons on the Asus are somewhat simpler to operate than the joystick on the Viewsonic, but I’m sure I’ll grow used to it. The screen quality was almost the same for both. Although the Asus was somewhat sharper, I found the Viewsonic to be little brighter. The colors were the same, as were the blue screen settings. I kept the Viewsonic because I was nitpicking over the screen (as I said, the Asus may have been a teenie little sharper, but it was very difficult to tell), and the Viewsonic was a touch brighter. The Viewsonic is more adaptable, since it has speakers and a stand. The Asus was paper thin, had no stand, and seemed to be flimsy. Only if you want a little lighter, more fragile, less adaptable, and somewhat more costly portable display would I suggest the Asus over this one.
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