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EVGA 100-U2-UV19-TR UV Plus USB VGA Adapter for Multiple Displays Supporting Up to 2048x1152 Resolution (Black)
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- Converts any USB port to an additional video output
- DVI and VGA support
- Uses a virtual driver, works with your existing graphics card
- Stackable by design with a small footprint
- Completely silent operation
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I'm an iMac OS X user who recently upgraded to Mavericks (bad move). EVGA UV+19 no longer works. Well... one does. But, I use these so that I can have two peripheral monitors flanking my iMac. It's been almost a month now, and customer support at EVGA suggest I wait patiently until Apple comes around to resolving the issue (as it appears to be on the Apple side of the equation that there lies a problem).
Anyways.. it stinks. I'm looking into alternative solutions. This isn't the first time an OSX update has caused me grief with my EVGA UV+ 19. Granted, it's not a common thing. But, it's become annoying enough that I now have a stress that my setup will be limping along for who knows how long whenever an "upgrade" happens.
So.. I am on an older machine. It's a mid-2010 27" iMac. But, the machine works very well still. Should I buy a new iMac for these things to work, or format my system ... again, and go back to Mountain Lion? The former is likely the route I'll have to go, unless I find a better alternative.
I tested the two EVGA UV+ 19's on my 2013 Macbook Air and everything works fine. So, if you have the latest Mac hardware with Mavericks, it looks like you'll be fine. If you have an older machine... be weary.
EDIT: Jan 23rd, 2014
With zero news or updates from either EVGA nor Apple, I decided to bite the bullet and regress to Mountain Lion. BIG pain in the butt. However, all is back to normal. I've lost iPhoto ... but, managed to recover Pages and Numbers. What a headache. I loathe Apple for sending those of us with mid-2010 hardware the Mavericks update. And, EVGA's laissez fair attitude in all of this has not been appreciated. Will think twice before buying another product from them in the future.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great buy! Works with Windows and Mac; I've used with docking stations, usb hubs and plugged in directly. Very rarely notice any lag or any issues. Read morePublished 18 months ago by msmulski
So if you bought a crappy computer which doesnt have one extra vga port, this a quick solution, but i warn you, refresh rate is not exactly great, when scrolling you get some lagPublished on November 4, 2012 by emmh
product works just as described. very easy install, no issues. resolution matches other monitor, no noticeable difference for my applications.Published on August 19, 2012 by slgg
What a great little item! I plugged it into a USB port on my 27" iMac, downloaded the driver from the company's website and was up and running in less than 5 minutes. Read morePublished on July 27, 2012 by W. Taubman
I'm using a MacBook Pro as my primary software development machine, and had pretty much given up on being able to run a 2-monitor set up. Read morePublished on July 13, 2012 by Bay Area, CA
I am so happy to have found this product!!! I have a slimline PC that won't fit a second video card so I couldn't utilize two screens. Read morePublished on July 13, 2012 by mml24aqua
I use a MacBook Pro to connect to two monitors and this little adapter does the trick. I've used other adapters that took a good 15min for the computer to recognize the second... Read morePublished on June 21, 2012 by TheBobBlog
I work remotely from home and my work laptop only has 1 VGA out. With this, I can now use my two 32" monitors (rather than just the single 32" and the laptop's own 15"... Read morePublished on June 6, 2012 by LetMeBeFrank
Downloaded the Drivers from their website and presto dual monitors on my macbook need I say more.
Okay video quality is excellent, I am very pleased.