Huawei’s MateBook X Pro has two USB-C ports — one with Thunderbolt 3 tech — that can handle connecting a compatible USB-C external monitor directly or an adapter for monitors that require other ports. If you’re ready to set up a workstation for your Ultrabook, we’ve rounded up the best monitors available now.



27-inch 4K

LG 27UD88-W

This LG 27-inch 4K display has near-perfect sRGB color reproduction for a full image, and it has a 60 Hz refresh rate and a 5 ms response time for a smooth picture. Connect straight from your MateBook X Pro with a USB-C cable, and easily mount it on your wall with VESA compatibility.

$489 at Amazon



27-inch 1440p

Dell U2719DC

Dell’s UltraSharp line should never be ignored if you like thin monitors with almost no bezel, and this 27-inch option can connect straight back to your laptop with USB-C. It has a 2560×1440 resolution with a 5 ms response time, 60 Hz refresh rate, and the IPS panel allows for wide viewing angles.

$490 at Dell



Bigger 4K display

BenQ EW3270U

If 27 inches of 4K glory isn’t enough, you can always upgrade to this 31.5-inch BenQ monitor. It has a competitive price while still offering HDR support, a 60 Hz refresh rate, a 4 ms response time, and excellent color reproduction. Best part? It’s compatible with USB-C, so there’s no need for an adapter or dock.

$500 at Amazon



Portable solution

ASUS ZenScreen

Having an extra display or two at home is one thing, but what about while traveling? The ASUS ZenScreen is a 15.6-inch portable touchscreen with 1920×1080 resolution and IPS panel that connects via USB-C. If you’re itching to use a pen with your MateBook X Pro, know that this option comes with an active pen for inking.

$230 at Amazon



Budget 1080p

AOC I2267FW

With a 5 ms response time, 1920×1080 resolution, and IPS panel for wide viewing angles, this monitor offers a lot for $100. The bezel is just 2 mm thin, and you can connect with VGA or DVI ports, which unfortunately will require a dock or adapter for your MateBook X Pro.

$100 at Amazon



Budget ultrawide

LG 25UM58-P

Stretching your display out to a 21:9 aspect ratio lets you get more done on one screen, and LG makes a budget ultrawide option with near-perfect sRGB color reproduction, IPS panel, and 2560×1080 resolution. Note that this monitor connects with HDMI.

$166 at Amazon

If we’re making a suggestion

All of the monitors listed above can indeed complement your Huawei MateBook X Pro, but if you’re not sure where to start, we recommend checking out the 27-inch Dell U2719DC with 2560×1440 resolution. It’s a great size for most people, but if you’d like something a bit larger, there’s always the 31.5-inch BenQ EW3270U with stunning 4K resolution.

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