Cocopar Portable Monitor REVIEW | MacSources

8 min readNov 18, 2021

Upgrade your home computer setup and enhance your productivity

Whether completing work documentation, various work-related tasks, researching topics, streaming, or gaming, I likely spend more than 14 hours a day in front of a computer/tablet. With a growing need to multitask, one of the most considerable productivity upgrades was a second monitor. The dual monitors allowed me to open more panels and decreased the need to move back-and-forth between frames. Thus, it was an easy decision to upgrade my home setup by adding a portable monitor to my home computer.


The USB-C Portable Monitor arrived in a 15 3/4 inches long by 10 9/16 inches wide by 2 11/16 inches thick clean white retail box. The cover displayed an attractive silvery-metallic “Portable Monitor,” while the top/front panels provide the same information in bold black font. The left side panel was left unadorned, while the right-side panel provided a product SKU barcode. The bottom panel provided the Portable Monitor name along the top left of the panel and contact information along the bottom of the panel. I appreciated the clean white background, the shimmery metallic font, and liked the contrasting black-on-white theme.

I lifted the top panel of the box, removed the thin white foam padding, the 13 3/4 inches wide by 7 3/4 inches tall (15 3/4 inches diagonal) screen protector, then the 2 pounds 6.7 oz portable monitor from the box. With the main product removed from the packaging, I lifted the 3/4 inches thick foam spacer and found a secondary foam layer with three cutouts. Along the top left of the panel, I found a 2 1/2 inches wide by 2 1/4 inches tall cutout, which contained the black-colored 1 7/8 inches tall by 1 5/8 inches wide by 1 inch thick Type A Wall adaptor with USB-A output. Just beneath the cutout, I found a second cutout, which measured 5 5/8 inches wide by 4 inches tall. The medium-sized cutout contained a black-colored, flat-style 39 3/4 inches long USB-A to USB-C power cable, and a matte-black 47 1/2 inches long rounded-plastic USB-C to USB-C cable. The final cutout was the largest of the three and measured 5 7/8 inches wide by 6 1/2 inches tall. The cutout contained the product user manual, 3-year warranty card, an upgraded accessories…


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