Summary: I use this when I'm travelling on business and it is a real productuctivity enhancer. It fits easilly into my carry on. I just plug it into a laptop USB port when I need it, extend my desktop, and I have a really big work screen area. The screen colors are vivid. I bought a 17" Notebook sleeve to protect it while travelling.
Summary: This fits in my laptop bag with my MacBook Air. It only requires on mini usb to usb cable. It comes with one but I use a much longer one that I already had. My MacBook Air can power it for hours and can either mirror the desktop, which is great for on site presentations in a client office or be an extended desktop.
Summary: I'm completely addicted to multiple monitors to the point that I had pretty much stopped using my laptop anywhere but in my home office. This has made me portable once again. So far I have set it up with two windows 7 laptops (a toshiba and a dell). Portability: Surprisingly lightweight, but kind of thick.
Summary: I do actually like this monitor. It gives me the little extra workspace I need when working on design projects or writing papers and trying to research at the same time. However, I use Mac Mavericks (OS 10.9.2) and it seems that every time I restart my computer, I need to reinstall the driver. It took me a while to figure this out, because one day, after a restart, I plugged in the monitor and the screen remained blank.
Summary: This works great under windows / mac. Unfortunately, I use Linux for almost all of my computers, rendering this as an interesting conversation piece. Each new kernel seems to get closer, though... so I'm still hopeful that it'll work one of these days.