Too bad Lenovo has pretty much given up on these little guys
30 December 2014
Summary: These things have been plagued by problems since before release. They were pushed back a few months from their planned release and were about $100 more than they were announced at CES (was supposed to be $350 for wired and $450 for wireless).
Summary: I picked this up to monitor to provide touch input on my windows 8 desktop and as a cheaper alternative to a wacom cintiq for my wife. It has failed in both roles so far. We were hoping to use it either with her iMac or wirelessly with my desktop but the wireless is slow, laggy and basically...
Pros: Works with windows 8, Could perhaps be a decent addition to a windows 8 laptop
Cons: Wireless doesn't work acceptably., No pen input in wireless mode, Only works properly with windows 8. Display link provides MAC OSX drivers but Lenovo does not. I had heard displaylink had linux support but this is a giant lie the usb3 series has absolutely no linux support), Doesn't add very com...
Summary: I am used to using dual monitors at my office but when I travel I am so much less productive with a single laptop screen. I was looking for a large yet portable screen that I could travel with as a dual monitor. This product met my expectations.
Summary: It's a great bit of kit. Powered by USB. Great stylus which has a little circle on the display where its pointing to. You cannot just connect it up and it works you need another screen so you can see what's happening. This is because the USB Driver for it is in Windows.
Summary: Really impressed with this device after skepticism from certain quarters of the web. I find it works very well as a tablet for drawing and design and the build quality seems extremely good. I would like to point out though that for me it certainly wasn't "plug & play".
Summary: I’ve had one of these for about a week now, still settling in to it but here’s what I make of it so far… PROS: Half the price of a Cintiq 13HD! Great response, no lag and calibration is spot on. Nice solid construction. Feels sturdy and has loads of secures positions.
Summary: the additional screen works very well. the pen is precise and light (like the one on the Thinkpad Helix). The quality of the screen feels solid. It does not drain too much battery from your notebook.
Summary: To my surprise, this monitor can only work well when connected to a USB 3.0 port. Apparently it does not get enough power from USB 2.0 to work so the monitor puts brightness automatically to a minimum, which is almost unusable. I cannot use the monitor with any of my (not that) old equipment.