Review: BladeX 15.6-inch 4K portable monitor is a great MacBook Pro companion
The BladeX Pro 4K portable monitor is the successor to the Gemini I reviewed earlier in the year, though under a different branding this time: Odake.
It has quite a lot in common with the previous model. It’s again battery-powered, for truly mobile use. The display is still 15.6 inches, and you again get a choice of a 1080p touchscreen version and a 4K model without touchscreen capability. You still get both USB-C and HDMI input, though Mini DisplayPort has been dropped.
But this version has a sleeker design. Instead of the entire device being a half-inch thick, the display is now less than a fifth of an inch thick. The base is still a half-inch thick when folded, so you don’t really get any portability benefit, but there’s no denying the visual appeal of the far slimmer design…
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