ONLY 1366 by 768, and LOW COLOURS, BUT OK FOR EXTENDED DESKTOP USE.
Amazon Customer, Amazon
26 February 2015
Summary: I got this little 14 inch monitor because it fits nicely on my console, just below my main monitor, which is 46". The only things I don't like, are the low resolution of only 1366 by 768, or lower. My main monitor is set at 1920 by 1080P.
Good enough for Powerpoint presentations to 1 or 2 people
Rene Tenazas, Amazon
20 November 2013
Summary: I needed a way to make (sales) presentations to 1 or 2 people at a time, typically across a desk or a restaurant table. A pocket projector is not useful in those situations because you need a lot of space between the projector and the screen (and you need a small screen to go with it).
Summary: I bought this for an external monitor for my Dell latitude 6410 work laptop. The unit is terrific once you realize the on /off button on back is a brightness button. It took a couple minutes to figure that out when out of the box the unit was very dimly lit.
Summary: This monitor works great for a travel notebook monitor. It fits perfectly in the briefcase next to the notebook computer. It's not extra bright but that doesn't seem to be a problem. It would be great if they would make the software and drivers for the Microsoft Surface RT.
Very handy if you are spoiled by 2 monitor setup at home and would like same for travel
J. Cocuzzo, Amazon
3 October 2012
Summary: I have two monitors at home and miss that setup when I am traveling. This Lenovo product works well because it is about as compact and simple a setup as you could imagine. If you could remove the screen from another Lenovo by cutting the hinges and figure out a way to drive it via a USB cable, you'd...
Pros: It's a DisplayLink device, so you can run it on both Windows and Mac, and the drivers/firmware are updated frequently and made available at displaylink.com. Performance on Windows 7 was surprisingly good. I was able to play a 1080p video in VLC full-screen with no lagging/frame dropping. On every...
Cons: Performance on Mac is not as good as on Windows; on the Mac, it is fine for office productivity/web browsing/text, but video is fairly laggy to the point of being unpleasant to watch. Included plastic stand does the job, but feels flimsy for a $200 product. Display makes a high-pitched buzzing no...
Summary: I purchased this as was happy with. I lost it when my luggage got lost. I bought if for 159.89 in June 2013.. Now it costs over 200 dollars. Wow inflation must be zooming for those CEO's! :) That is too much. But it does work great for what does. Just too pricey now.
Summary: Monitor has proven to be very resourceful, allowing me to work on multiple projects while barely taking time to re-configure the desktop due to inadequate screen space. The functionality with a MacBook Pro is a little slower but overall, this is a great product that is worth every penny.
Summary: I really like it; only needed one USB for me (it has a wire that allows to go into two ports, I suppose to get more juice). I use a Dell x12 laptop, which is very small, so I'd think only one USB will work for most laptops.