Whether you're an artist working on multiple projects at once, or a data scientist with umpteen tabs open, or a professional doing video editing in one monitor and email in another, it can be difficult to keep track of everything on your screen. But a laptop tri screen can solve this problem, transforming your laptop into an efficient, portable workstation.
The Xebec Tri-Screen 2 is a dual portable display that attaches to the back of your laptop and adds two additional full HD @ 60Hz displays. It's compatible with Windows, Mac and Chromebook laptops, and it's a plug-and-play solution that makes it easy to do serious work from anywhere you have your laptop. This includes cafes, co-working spaces and even airplanes.
In addition to the extra workspace, you'll enjoy higher resolutions on each screen, and you can adjust each screen's resolution by clicking on the Display Settings menu if 1080p feels too small for desktop elements. You can also tweak contrast, aspect ratio, sharpness and color grading.
Another notable competitor is Sidetrak's Swivel laptop multi-screen extender, which attaches to the back of your laptop with a secondary, 12.5-inch screen and rotates 180 degrees. It's slightly lighter than the Maxfree T2 at 900g, but it doesn't offer the same triple-screen experience. This may limit the productivity potential for some users. Also, it doesn't include a stand for supporting the screen if you want to do so at an angle. This could cause your laptop to tip over unless it has strong support hinges, which is an issue if you're using a lightweight model.