Summary: What a disaster this screen has been. ASUS describes it as portable, however, the case it comes in doesn't protect it at all. On my first time bringing the screen with me the screen cracked. The case needs to be made to protect the screen being that the screen is so thin.
Summary: I ordered this and another portable monitor from another company. The other one worked without much effort, extra software, and without any issue. This ASUS monitor came with a decent case/stand, software CD, and STILL does not work. A waste.
Excerpt: I have purchased the MB168B+ from B&H about 2 months ago. The product worked fine up until about 1 month later when I noticed a 1/2 inch diameter white spot on the screen. I figured this is normal to have a few bad products in a mass production.
Summary: Monitor worked well when I first bought it. Light weight, extremely portable, perfect for my all nighters (I'm a student). I did recommend it to everyone else I know but now ive stopped because the monitor stopped working.
Summary: Unit worked fine the first time I used it. When I attempted to use it a second time, it would not power up. Unsuccessfully tried different ports, systems, and cables. I am returning for refund.
I would strongly recommend finding a better resolution monitor
24 October 2014
Summary: I would strongly recommend finding a better resolution monitor. The stand it the protection case and is cheap. The connection is horrible. I plan on getting a different model from another company and giving this problem to someone for free.
Summary: It is a product that if it would work properly, would increase your productivity. The Issue I have ( and may be is because of my Computer and/or my Windows version) is that the windows in office (word, excel or outlook) turns black suddenly after being working for around 10 to 30 minutes with the...
Not impressed. Causes lots of eye strain. Very bad viewing angles. ZERO Linux support.
Victor Lin, Amazon
6 August 2014
Summary: To start off, I'm a professional photographer who has used a wide range of different monitors. Obviously IPS displays are ideal for photo work, but there are also very impressive TN displays that I wouldn't mind using as well. This monitor isn't one of them. 1.