1920 x 1080
sRGB color gamut
Create on the go with this 13" OLED screen that fits into your backpack. The Nomad Ultra 13's full HD display is the perfect addition to any digital artist's toolkit.
Ultraslim and ultralight, the Nomad’s sleek design is built for on-the-go productivity. At 0.55kg and 13.3 inches wide, this is one monitor you can carry with you anywhere.
Extend Your Productivity
Compatible with a multitude of devices, the Nomad Ultra 13 includes both Mini HDMI and USB Type-C ports for easier and faster data transfer speeds to your external display.
The Pinnacle of Visual Technology
Experience a visual feast for the eyes like no other with our industry-leading OLED Panels. View vivid, accurate colors with the truest blacks in full HD in the palm of your hand.
Enhanced Color Reproduction
Unlock a wider spectrum of colors with the 150% sRGB on the Nomad Ultra 13. Coupled with a peak luminance of 400cd/m2, images are brighter and more lifelike than ever.
Comfortable Viewing Always
With built-in blue light filters and an anti-glare screen, this portable monitor not only reduces eye-strain, but minimizes fatigue from long hours of screen time.
Crisp & Clear Audio Quality
Play your music and videos loud and proud with built-in stereo speakers for full audio immersion wherever you are.
Built For Your Comfort
Transform the Nomad's built-in sleeve into an ergonomic kickstand for the optimal handsfree viewing experience.
I like to take enough time to analyze the different alternatives that the market offers before buying. I was not wrong on this occasion, the monitor offers some colors, a spectacular contrast, typical of an oled panel. As for the brightness, I consider that it is enough for me, I thought that this was going to be an inconvenience because it is typical that portable monitors do not have enough brightness. I am very happy with this monitor, good cost-benefit ratio.
I’m so happy with my 13” Prism+ I actually bought both the 13” and 16” oled and love them both, using them for my Nintendo Switch, for monitoring a feed out of my video camera, extended monitor for my iPad (which in ios 16 is going to turn even crazier), extending my monitor from my Mac and my PC. Haha I’m plugging them into everything!
Only thing I wish it had was a way to protect the screen like a tempered glass so I’m not scared to take it around outside.