Summary: light weight, thin, bright, crystal clear display at 1920x1080, I love this display. I use this thing everyday, I travel from customer to customer configuring system, so I normally have 2 to 4 terminals open and a configuration sheet so desktop real-estate is valueable, but while traveling 99% of...
Such an awesome monitor! 1920x1080 on a tiny portable screen
Robert M Sperandio, Amazon
21 June 2015
Summary: Such an awesome monitor! 1920x1080 on a tiny portable screen... Probably not good for gaming but who knows. I'm a computer programmer and I carry this screen all over the house. The stand it comes with folds out and I put a wireless keyboard on it in my lap, giving me super high res without a hot...
Awesome if you need it. Still cool if you don't really.
20 June 2015
Summary: This is a cool device! The color display isn't as good as my laptop (budget model ASUS) but it's a secondary screen so I'm not going to cry about it. To be more specific, the colors seem slightly faded compared to my computer.
Summary: To start with I will say I ended up returning it and getting an AOC e1659Fwu that I am much happier with. I got this monitor for two purposes. Mainly I wanted it to be a third monitor on my desk, but also to be a second monitor when traveling.
Excerpt: Setup was easy, but it looks like Mac support was an afterthought. The Mac version of the DisplayLink driver doesn't allow you to change any display settings (no control of brightness, resolution, autorotate, etc).
Pros: Brightness, Easy To Set Up, Easy To Use, Lightweight
Cons: 17" Laptop Sized Packout, Case As A Stand, Mac Drivers, Mac Drivers Suck
Excerpt: This thing is amazing. The quality of the picture is awesome, it is thin like my iPhone, and it works great. My only complaint is that the case makes a lousy stand. I solved that by buying an Anker Multi-Angle Portable Stand that works great.
Pros: Easy To Set Up, Easy To Use, Great picture, Light, Slim
Cons: Case Makes A Poor Stand, No Color Adjustments
Excerpt: I had looked for a travel monitor solution for years and found this MB168+. I was surprised it had been on the market already for a couple of years. I'm using it on a macbook pro to do graphic design and web design while traveling.
Wonderful, but there are some things to be aware of before buying.
Ketan J., Amazon
27 May 2015
Summary: Great display! Very light and thin and crisp. One thing to note is that the USB plug is on the left side of the display, which can be inconvenient for some people. The case it comes with doubles as a stand, but the angles are odd an it feels very flimsy.