espresso 15 Review: Premium portable display partners perfectly with MacBooks

If you spend any amount of time sitting and working in a cafe, you’ve probably wondered how you can get more screen space for your MacBook. Be that for spreadsheets, word documents, or anything else that might mean you need a couple of things open at the same time, you’ve likely wondered how you can get more real estate to work with. Rather than buy a new, bigger laptop, however, you should probably just go and grab a portable monitor instead.

A portable display just like this one, in fact; the USB-C powered espresso 15. It has a super slim aluminum frame, attractive screen and a great range of accessories that see stake a claim as the ultimate portable work companion. But just how good is it in use?

espresso 15: Price and Availability

espresso 15

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The espresso 15 can be bought directly from the espresso website, where you’ll pay $499/£479. That’s for a 15.6-inch touch-screen variant (the same as we’re testing here), or you can pay $439/£419 for the 13-inch touchscreen. The 13-inch non-touch is $299/£299. Now, you’ll need to make sure that the screen can stand up on its own, so you’ll want to grab a stand, which also costs more.

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