You’ve come to the right place if you’re looking for a big-screen display to go with your MacBook Air or MacBook Pro. Because of its versatility and price, your best bet is LG’s 27-inch 4 K display. For most people, it is perfect, although there are other monitors that are better suited to different requirements.
For its incredible portability, the ZenScreen is our favorite. It is a screen with a USB-C connector of 15.6 inches. You can switch between portrait and landscape, and it’s Thunderbolt 3 compatible. When you go to the coffee shop, if you need a second screen, it will take up the right amount of room without burdening the portability. $233 at Amazon.
BenQ PD2720U DesignVue 4K
BenQ’s DesignVue 4 K display is a big win for graphic designers, photographers, and videographers. The diversified viewing modes are useful and it is an absolute pleasure to switch between them, even with split-screen.
The display satisfies all your high-quality resolution requirements. The blacks are deep the reds are bright and the whites are very bright. I worked in Dark mode for a while and the brightness was somewhat reduced while the screen was still clear. $999 at Amazon.
LG 38WK95C-W Curved UltraWide
To graphic designers and professional photo and video editors, this 38-inch UltraWide display has a 21:9 ratio and split-screen support. The display features a USB-C data transfer port, two USB-A ports, and a few HDMI ports. $999 at Amazon.
LG UltraFine 5K
You can use it together with your 2018 (or later) iPad Pro with USB-C with LG’s latest update to its UltraFine 5K monitor. The computer is now powered by USB-C and Thunderbolt. The MacBook Pro can be powered by The Thunderbolt 3 and the 3 USB-C ports give 5Gbps downwards. The 27-inch display, approximately the size of the larger Apple iMac, and a similar wide P3 color spectrum with a brightness of 500 nits. The UltraFine 5 K is your perfect choice for a full 5K resolution on a bigger display. $1297 at Amazon.
The new 4 K monitor from LG is perfectly sized at27-inch for most users. It supports a broad array of peripherals such as USB-C, USB-A, DisplayPort, HDMI, and regular headphones.
Its ability to control your MacBook when functioning as a display is the best part of this device so that your battery doesn’t limit you. It can even easily power the 13-inch MacBook Pro (although it struggles to keep the 15-inch MacBook Pro juiced over a trickle while in use). $449 at Amazon.