Summary: Had this for about a year and have used it exclusively to have a dual monitor setup/1080p monitor with my Lenovo T430 while on the road. Its a necessity if you have to code html and your laptop has a 1368x768 resolution.
Summary: I have a Dell Precision M4800 that I typically use in a docking station with dual monitors, but when I travel I miss that second monitor. I had an upcoming trip so I purchased the ASUS MB MB168B+ 15.6-Inc Screen LED-Lit Monitor.
Summary: The case / stand is a little less than ideal, there are only 3 angles possible and the case takes up a good amount of desk space. Small price for the extra screen, my productivity is much better with dual monitors to work on.
Pros: No simpler way to add an extra screen with good resolution for a portable setup.
Cons: Draws too much power for a Surface Pro 3, and possibly other thin and light utrabooks. The workaround for this is to use a USB3 splitter cable with a second type A plug for a power source. Carry a small battery jump charger typically used to boost your phone to help power the monitor. This is not...
Summary: Tcolors are fairly washed out and it's very difficult to get the right angle for viewing the screen correctly- it's very one-dimensional in that you can only see it clearly from a very specific angle.
Good portable monitor. but my surface pro 3 USB port could not power it, unless it is on docking station
Ping Ping, Amazon
11 August 2015
Summary: I just received the unit today, but I had fill for return. If the monitor worked on my surface pro 3 (SP3), I'd give it a five star. it is light and thin enough for travel, which is the reason I bought it in the first place. The only problem the SP3 USB can't power the monitor.
Summary: This is a great screen to use when you need to travel and need an additional screen to your laptop! Very light weight and travels well. Comes with a case/stand, but I purchased the V7 16" Vantage Shock and Water Resistant Notebook Sleeve (CSV1-9N) also or added protection when traveling and both the...
Summary: I have now owned all 3 of the major portable monitors, this one, the Lenovo one, and the cheap AOC one. Out the box, this thing is pretty nice. The high resolution is almost TOO high; I often found myself zooming in the browser on this screen to match the lower resolution on my laptop.
Now I don't have to sacrifice the dual monitor setup when on the road..
Joshua Horowitz, Amazon
28 July 2015
Summary: This thing is awesome! I just opened it up, using it with OSX 10.10.3. Downloaded the latest drivers available on the ASUS downloads page and installed, works like a charm! No issues getting it to work. I got this thing so I wouldn't have to sacrifice the dual monitor setup while on the road.
Summary: I'm concerned about it's overall longevity, the connector that attaches to the monitor is very flimsy and doesn't stay attached unless you are very careful with it, still I need a second monitor in the field and this is the only one that appears to be worth the trouble so unfortunately I will...
Pros: Works good with my Windows 7 laptop (HP Elite Book 8560w and 8530w)
Cons: Driver is tempermental to install, and won't work on my Linux (OpenSuSE) laptops. Linux and MAC support is terrible/non-existent unless you want to play around for hours with some of the tips you find on UBUNTU sites, not worth the bother, please just give us drivers for Linux/BSD