Nex Computer Launches NexPad: A Portable Monitor That Can Be Stacked on Top of a Laptop Screen |

LOS ANGELES–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Oct 25, 2022–

Nex Computer LLC announced today the launch of NexPad: a portable monitor with built-in magnets that can attach to laptops for vertical dual-screen setup.

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NexPad. A portable monitor that can be stacked on top of a laptop screen. (Photo: Business Wire)

Research shows that using dual monitors boosts productivity. However, using side-by-side monitors isn’t always optimal because of the large gap between the monitors, diminishing the view. The side-by-side setup also spans outside of people’s peripheral vision which can lead to neck strain.

NexPad’s solution is a second display at an elevated height that can reduce neck strain and help improve posture, boosting productivity and convenience.

“We are launching NexPad to enable the modern professional to be more productive in the ever more mobile workplace,“ said Emre Kosmaz, CEO and founder of Nex Computer.

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