Summary: My monitor supports 1680x1050 but this IOGear only supports 1440x900. I kept it but I'm not happy. The display is fuzzy because it's not working at its native resolution. The reason I bought this was to replace a StarTech usb-to-vga because I was seeing very shaky (like a graphical buzzing) and it would go away when I would wiggle the VGA cable. That has gone away but now I constantly see horizontal lines that move upwards across the screen.
Summary: This video card freezes up alot and I have to unplug it and plug it back in again. It's better than the last one I had. I try and move a screen I'm working on from another monitor onto the monitor connected to this video card to avoid the freezing up. It still happens if I leave the room for a few minutes. It occassionally distorts the picture so I again move a window over that part and it corrects..
Summary: Received my well packaged order on yesterday and attempted to install software on Windows 7 operating system - error message kept coming up "Display link graphic can not be installed on this operating system". Well, eventually I got the software from the manufacturers site to finally get my Mojoe running (smile).
Great useful alternative for non multi-display support on-board graphic cards
2 January 2014
Summary: Useful external VGA video card if your computer does not support multiple displays from the get go.. In my case my laptop has a hdmi and vga port to plug displays but can only support 2 displays at a time. This device allows for all 3 to work together, and although im not pushing the system to the limit i do have a plethora of applications running on each display (ex: GIMP, Eclipse IDE, and Chrome and itunes in the background on each display respectively).
Summary: I use at work to run three monitors off the lap top. I have been using it now for 4 months no issues, super easy to plug in and use and change your view settings. My co workers are also purchasing.
Summary: This device is used in my office for users hat need a second monitor sue to the fact we use mini computers that cant handle a standard video card It works great most of the time, once in a great while you may need to disconnect and reconnect the USB but that is usually due to some MS update to windows that made it crash, we have several at work and so far no issues.
Summary: These are pretty cool. Plug it in a USB port and like magic you've got an extra VGA port for an extra desktop or mirroring. The picture isn't amazing (it is just VGA) but would be perfectly suitable for something that's just serving mostly static content. I wouldn't really recommend it for videos or games.