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So I was scanning the marketplace and saw these 144hz portable monitors by a brand called Uperfect, after googleing the brand i see a few reviews saying it's a reasonably decent offbrand. I was wondering if anyone had any experience with the brand?

This is the model I was looking at:
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Had to add this last advertising. Is it technically wrong? as far as I can see they are the only 144hz portable monitor.
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display color 6/bit is not so attractive in my opinion, and then you would have to check if it has pwm/dimming, if yes, could hurt eyes quite a bit due to strobe effect. otherwise, it seems attractive, if not so much the price.
 
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Four star rating from four reviewers?

Not exactly something that builds confidence. 6 bit color and 80% sRGB color gamut are not particularly impressive either.

At that price, one could buy a new iPad, a fully functional tablet computer. With Duet Display (and likely other software), you can use the iPad as a second monitor.

There are probably cheaper Android tablets that might fit the bill.
 
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If you want a gaming monitor - that's definitely not it.
And if you want a portable monitor(or just something compact), then don't waste your money on spec.
There are many generic chinese monitors at half that price and equally mediocre spec. This summer I bought a few of those for work (brand was eyoyo, but it's the exact same shit in a different box). 1080p IPS display, 60Hz, crappy HDR as a bonus, and best of all - capacitive touch screen. Mine came with a detachable folder, which hid a VESA mount behind it. It was somewhere around $200 locally (slightly cheaper on Aliexpress). Non-touch non-HDR was around $120-150 at the time depending on quality. I had one on my server rack, and the rest "hit the road" (used as dash display in cars for our field engineers).
They aren't bad. Few of my clients use newer ASUS or AOC Type-C monitors as secondary/tertiary displays on their workstations, but always have issues with it (drivers, instability, signal integrity due to loose USB connector etc). Only cheap chinese monitors have physical HDMI ports, which makes them more universal.
 
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I don't know much about portable monitors but those specs sure look shitty at that price
 
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Those monitors go for less than half that price here on Amazon.
 
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I have a Uperfect portable monitor of my own. I got the 4K 60Hz IPS touchscreen model:

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From my experience, I can say that Uperfect is capable of making a quality product. I've had my monitor for a year at this point. I bought it for $500 (USD) on Amazon, which was pricey. However, the monitor is extremely solid and versatile, as it should be for that price.

At a size of only 15.6 inches, the pixel density is insane: I don't need to use AA at all when playing games. The construction of the monitor is very sturdy, probably due to the glass screen. Video input options are mini-HDMI or DisplayPort via USB-C. All of the necessary power and video cables were included, of course.

One downside of the monitor is its slightly uneven backlight: the pixels near the edges of the screen appear to be slightly brighter than the rest. However, this is only noticeable when viewing a completely black screen. Another downside is the unimpressive sound quality of the integrated speakers. Luckily I use headphones.

Also, this has nothing to do with the monitor itself, but it came with an offer for a free item of my choice. Inside the box was a card explaining that I could have a little item such as a carrying bag, a pair of earbuds, a stand, etc. in exchange for writing a review on Amazon. So, I left a positive review and asked Uperfect to send me the stand. It arrived a week later.

I cannot directly speak for the quality of the Uperfect 1080p 144Hz model that you are interested in. Though, based on that monitor being from the same brand as my own, I'd expect it to be decent.
 
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Thank you @Rithsom I took the above images from the uperfect website and won't be paying anywhere near those prices I was more interested in build quality, this is simply a screen to use on the go and by no means will replace my tv or monitor.
 
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Thank you @Rithsom I took the above images from the uperfect website and won't be paying anywhere near those prices I was more interested in build quality, this is simply a screen to use on the go and by no means will replace my tv or monitor.

For sure! It does not make sense to overspend on an item that you would not use all the time.

By the way, I noticed that Uperfect hiked the prices of its monitors this year, at least in my market. For instance, the 4K60 model is now 10% more expensive. I would not buy from Uperfect until they drop their prices back to more reasonable levels.
 
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The above model is less than half their msrp, online here in Thailand.
 
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