AOC 16T2: Large additional display with long-life battery

With the AOC 16T2, the display expert has introduced a practical additional display with a screen diagonal of 15.6 inches. The portable display comes in the form of a practical touch screen and offers great endurance thanks to its 8,000 mAh battery.

Convincing Specs

The modern additional display convinces at the first glance of the data sheet. The portable monitor with touch screen offers modern USB-C and micro-HDMI connections. In terms of resolution, the display offers Full HD (1,920 x 1,080 pixels). Considering the screen diagonal of 15.6 inches, this should ensure a razor-sharp picture. Built-in stereo loudspeakers should ensure sufficient sound. The second monitor should also be able to be used for gaming purposes with a reaction time of 4 ms. The 8,000 mAh strong battery should not only be able to supply the display itself. Beyond that one can use it as a kind of power bank, in order to charge for example the own Smartphone over USB-C.

Second monitor with functionality

AOC also seems to make no compromises in terms of functionality with its auxiliary display. The practical monitor does not only come with two simple USB-C ports. These also support the DisplayPort Alternate Mode. The AOC 16T2 also comes with a micro HDMI port and a 3.5 mm audio output. With a VESA mount, it can also be conveniently mounted in a cradle. The integrated speakers with a power of 2x 1 Watt will not work wonders, but they are better than nothing. The small dimensions as well as the slim weight of the additional monitor should ensure good portability. With 363.4 x 229.7 x 9 mm it should be able to fit into many bags and backpacks. Since the display weighs less than 1 kg, there is probably no need to fear back pain.

Price and availability

The promising portable monitor from AOC is now available for purchase. AOC requires a UVP of 319 Euro for the AOC 16T2. With Amazon the monitor strikes at present however with proud 360.54 euro to beeches.

Simon Lüthje

I am co-founder of this blog and am very interested in everything that has to do with technology, but I also like to play games. I was born in Hamburg, but now I live in Bad Segeberg.

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