Unboxing: Vinpok Split might not be the best screen, but it is the best accessory we’ve seen

In the era of the bigger screen, Vinpok Split presents itself as a shortcut for more screen assets on the go and getting the premium user experience with convenience.

Design

The 15’6 inch 1080p screen fits into your laptop pockets and it doesn’t discriminate operating system. Either you have a MacBook Pro, a windows laptop, an android phone, or a gaming console including the Nintendo Switch, the Vinpok Split works as an additional screen.

Vinpok Split connect to a MacBook Pro

It weighs 1.4 pounds and offers touch screen capability. The Vinpok also comes with a pair of twin speakers.

Connectivity

The Vinpok Split has two USB-C ports on both sides along with a mini-HDMI port. The screen gets power through the devices you plug in. Users won’t have to worry about charging it or additional charging cable.

We tested it on the MacBook Pro, multiple Windows laptops, the Nintendo Switch, and iMac. The Vinopok connected with them without dropping a beat through USB-C and the Mini-HDMI ports.

User Experience

The touchscreen capability is not perfect, but mainly due to software issues. For the most part, it is accurate when used as a horizontal screen unless the icons are too small.

When used as a vertical screen, the touch screen would make errors.

Screen

Vinpok screen and a MacBook Pro screen side by side unedited

We tested the screen against a MacBook Pro screen. It is not nearly as good, but it might just do. Yes, the black is more like a dark grey, and the red is more of an orange color, but the screen makes it up for being sharp.

Overall, Vinpok is a great product for people who works on the go. It doesn’t take much space (no charger and only need a USB-C cable.) It retails at $399, but if you can get it on Indiegogo for $299. It is definitely worth it in our book.