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Pros: My priorities were price, performance, 1920x1080, 3 monitors and weight.
I bought this open box for under $1.2 and am very happy using it as a desktop replacement at home (running a couple of instances of Visual Studio 2013 Ultimate, multiple browsers, office, etc with a usb hub for external keyboard and mouse across three monitors) or using it to code on the train.
Cons: The drive was more than 1/2 full when I got it.
I haven't spent the time removing bloatware yet, but I already regret not buying the 256 gig version.
Other reviews mentioned the paint scratching. No big deal, but it would have been nice if it had looked new a little longer.
This review is from: SIIG USB2.0 to VGA Pro External Video Card Display extender JU-VG0012-S1
Pros: At work, three monitors ( one for coding, one for browser, email and IM, and one for servers and disks) is a big time saver and spares me from many headaches.
This device attached a third monitor to a laptop with zero effort.
Cons: Twice in the past month the third monitor has not woken up from sleep and required re-starting the machine.
Other Thoughts: It's a little dimmer than the vga-connected monitor.
I only used it to show ftp windows and network directories so don't know how it would be for video or games.
Pros: Cloned my old disk this to this using an external enclosure. Everything went smoothly and it has been running fast and fine ever since.
Cons: None so far.READ FULL REVIEW