If you are looking for a very lightweight and portable display to help with work, look no further than Lenovo. I reviewed both models — the ThinkVision M14 (matte, non-touch) and newer ThinkVision M14t (glossy, touch and inking) — and came away very impressed.
Typically, the ThinkVision M14 is $250, and the ThinkVision M14t is $450, but both are discounted by $50 right now for Cyber Monday, bringing their prices to $200 and $400, respectively. Both rely on a single USB Type-C connection so there is no need for Thunderbolt 3, letting these work directly even with the latest Surface PCs.
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Lenovo's ThinkVision M14 and M14t are portable full HD 14-inch monitors that are light as feathers. Both have accurate color displays with the newer M14t supporting touch and inking (with an included pen), making these great options for your Android phone or Windows PC.
Both displays are color accurate with 99 percent sRGB and a decent 77 percent DCI-P3. They're extremely light as well, ranging from 570g (1.26 pounds) for non-touch to 698g (1.54 pounds) for the touch model.
They also include an excellent travel cover, and the ThinkVision M14t comes with a Lenovo pen for inking, making it a great option if you have a computer without a touch display (you can even use it with a desktop PC). With a fully articulating hinge and even a lift, you can set this screen exactly how you want it, including portrait mode, thanks to the gyroscope.
And if you have an Android phone, both 14-inch full HD screens will work, too, so long as you use the second Type-C port to power the display.
If you need a new laptop to go with this portable display, check our Black Friday laptop deals happening this weekend for the best deals around.
Daniel Rubino is the Executive Editor of Windows Central, head reviewer, podcast co-host, and analyst. He has been covering Microsoft here since 2007, back when this site was called WMExperts (and later Windows Phone Central). His interests include Windows, Microsoft Surface, laptops, next-gen computing, and arguing with people on the internet.
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