Amazon deal drops a $300 portable Xbox monitor to $204
Don’t miss out on this opportunity to enhance your gaming experience on the go.
Imagine being able to take your Xbox Series S anywhere and being able to play all your favorite games anywhere you want to. Well, that’s where this DEPGI portable gaming monitor comes into play.
DEPGI’s monitor transforms your Xbox Series S into a portable gaming rig. It features a 12.5-inch 1080p display capable of up to 60hz. Additionally, it’s equipped with AMD FreeSync and HDR technology.
The monitor features built-in stereo speakers and controls for volume and screen settings right on board. And it attaches to the Xbox Series S to create a laptop-like gaming experience.
Take this portable Xbox gaming monitor anywhere
Unlike other portable monitors, DEPGI designed this monitor with only the Xbox Series S in mind.
That means everything about its design should work flawlessly with the Series S console.
The monitor also has hinges, so you can fold it down when you are not playing to make the combination more portable.
For gamers looking to take their Xbox Series S on the go without worrying about carrying a bulky monitor, the DEPGI’s portable Xbox rig may be worth trying.
But you’ll have to act fast – the expires on December 31. Click below for more info.
DEPGI Portable Gaming Monitor for Xbox
Upgrade your gaming setup with this amazing deal. This portable Xbox gaming monitor is down from $300 to $204. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to enhance your gaming experience on the go.
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