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Hi all,

I'm currently looking for a reasonably portable, mains-powered 4K monitor.

There are lots of options on Amazon but some have no reviews.

It's for a windows machine, the reason i specify mains is because USB bus-powered ones tend to have very low brightness.

The Asus ProArt PQ22UC is the greatest such monitor, but at over £4000 pounds it's way more than i need for this job.

Any suggestions or experience out there?

I don't mind 1080 if it's nice colour etc. I will calibrate it obvs.

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On 3/22/2019 at 10:15 PM, jgharding said:

Hi all,

I'm currently looking for a reasonably portable, mains-powered 4K monitor.

There are lots of options on Amazon but some have no reviews.

It's for a windows machine, the reason i specify mains is because USB bus-powered ones tend to have very low brightness.

The Asus ProArt PQ22UC is the greatest such monitor, but at over £4000 pounds it's way more than i need for this job.

Any suggestions or experience out there?

I don't mind 1080 if it's nice colour etc. I will calibrate it obvs.

What do you mean by 'portable' ?

If you're just talking about something you can make a case for and then pack/unpack then it's really a 'what is the best reference monitor' type question.  Of course, if you're interested in something that's rack mounted or whatever then that's a different question.

I'd suggest searching in these sites:

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