Conclusion: Do you use multiple displays with your desktop? What do you use the secondary screens for? I keep The Gadgeteer’s home page and Hootsuite loaded on the AOC and iMessages loaded on the Lenovo.
Pros: Simple to setup, Doesn't require a power cord or VGA cable, Uses 1 powered USB port, Portable
Cons: Will not rotate when connected to a Mac, Glossy screen shows reflections, Mac drivers not included
16″ AOC e1649Fwu Portable USB Monitor Review: Light and Cheap 2nd Screen
25 May 2012
Excerpt: The 16″ AOC e1649Fwu Portable USB Monitor isn’t a groundbreaking technology or even the best quality external monitor you can buy for your laptop, but the mixture of value, simplicity and weight make it a decent option for anyone who wants dual displays on the road, as long as you’re very careful...
Pros: Light, USB-powered, Easy to use and setup on Windows or older OSX
Cons: Faulty shipping drivers on OS X Lion, Thicker than the competition, No protective case, Awkward USB connection location, Won’t play DRM video, Drains computer batter twice as fast
AOC e1649Fwu 15.6-inch Portable USB Monitor Review
8 February 2012
Summary: If you're a mobile office employee, the $139 AOC e1649Fwu isn't a bad option to add digital real estate to your laptop. It's large, fairly bright and can operate solely using USB power. Still, for those whom space is at a premium, we prefer the Lenovo ThinkVision LT1421.
Summary: AOC e1649fwu è un monitor 16:9 da 15,6 pollici, alimentato attraverso una presa USB, ideale per l'impiego con un computer portatile, che offre una risoluzione massima pari a 1366x768 pixel e una frequenza di aggiornamento di 60 Hz