Never mind if Razer’s ambitious three-screen laptop will not see the light of production because, the guys over at Mobile Pixel has just the products that will turn a regular laptop into a dual-screen mobile computer. The products are Duex Lite and Duex Plus.

Duex Lite and Duex Plus Dual-screen Laptop Monitors

The biggest challenge when working with a laptop is the screen real estate. But with the Duex Lite and Duex Plus, you’d be having a multi-screen setup without the need for a large office desk.

In fact, it can remain as mobile as ever. If you ever desire to work at your local Starbucks with a multi-screen computer, well, now your dream has just came true. And that’s kind of neat.

Duex Lite and Duex Plus Dual-screen Laptop Monitors
Not the most elegant solution, but the mobility it offers will be greatly appreciated.

Duex Lite and Duex Plus are the newest add-on dual-screen laptop monitors coming from MIT-backed Mobile Pixels. They are designed to be easily attached to any laptop, or even a Nintendo Switch or an Android phone in the case of the Plus model.

Tipping the scale at mere 1.3 lbs (600g), the Duex Plus offers a generous 13.3-inch FHD display in a PC-ABS and aluminum alloy construction. It has a pair of USB-C ports and works with your laptop without the need for third-party software (when use with laptops with USB-C port).

Duex Lite and Duex Plus Dual-screen Laptop Monitors

The Duex Lite, on the other hand, is the more affordable model with a smaller 12.5-inch display. It is of PC-ABS construction and has just a Type-C port.

You can find Duex Lite and Duex Plus Dual-screen Laptop Monitors on Kickstarter where you can secure either model for US$189 and US$194 or more, receptively. The campaign is funded and if all goes as planned, the products should see shipping as soon as May 2021.

Duex Lite and Duex Plus Dual-screen Laptop Monitors
It does look pretty sleek on its own. If only it could be wireless…

The Duex Lite and Duex Plus Dual-screen Laptop Monitors are Mobile Pixels third Kickstarter endeavor, btw.

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Images: Mobile Pixels.

Published by Mike

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