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Add this monitor to your work-from-home setup for just $180

Double your laptop’s screens while you’re stuck at home with this portable monitor attachment.
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April 1, 2020
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As the world continues to wrestle with the effects of the coronavirus pandemic, more professionals are transitioning to working from—a shift many weren't anticipating on making in 2020. As a result, those of us who are used to large monitors that allow for easy multitasking are now forced to work from a relatively tiny laptop screen, and productivity inevitably suffers as a result.

So, if you find yourself stuck with only your home laptop for the foreseeable future, you'll want to grab the DUEX Pro Portable Dual Monitor from Mobile Pixels, which you can get for just $179.35 when you use the code SAVEDUEXPRO at checkout.

Having raised over $1 million on Indiegogo, this intrepid monitor extension allows you to set up a fully-functional second screen in any environment.

Boasting a 1080p HD display and a supremely durable design, this monitor extension will help you boost your productivity by up to 50%, and a dual-sided sliding feature along with 270-degree rotation means that you'll be able to perfectly adjust your setup and eliminate glare.

You'll also enjoy a 180-degree presentation mode when it comes time to woo your boss or a client, and an energy-efficient design means that you won't have to worry about draining your laptop battery whenever you're away from an outlet.

Your order even comes with a USB cable for easy connections, and you'll be able to take advantage of everything that the DUEX Pro has to offer on all major operating systems—including Mac, Windows, Chrome and Linux.

Stay productive while you work from home with this Mobile Pixels DUEX Pro Portable Dual Monitor for just $179.35 with code SAVEDUEXPRO.

Prices are subject to change.

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