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EVGA 100-U2-UV19-TR UV Plus USB VGA Adapter for Multiple Displays Supporting Up to 2048x1152 Resolution (Black)

by EVGA
3.6 out of 5 stars 42 customer reviews

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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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Product Description

UV PLUS+ UV19 USB TO VGA OUTPUTCPNT1920X1200 Adapter

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 2.5 x 10.5 inches ; 7.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B003L53C2E
  • Item model number: 100-U2-UV19-TR
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (42 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: March 7, 2010

Customer Reviews

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Super useful device - literally plugged in and went - delivers exactly what its specced to do - it doesnt get better. Use earlier version for multi monitor support 1680×1050 in my office at work from a laptop and use this one at home to allow me multi monitor support from same laptop when working in my home office on 1920 x 1080 screens.
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I work in the IT field and usually have several applications running simultaneously. I was already running a dual monitor set up but I was still cramped for space. The laptop I use would only support 2 monitors so I decided to pick up this USB VGA adapter. EVGA is one of my favorite graphics card companies so I decided to go with them. I've owned this adapter for about 3 months now and it's always performed perfectly. The installation process is very easy...I had my 3rd monitor up in minutes after I received the adapter. My 3rd monitor is only a 19" standard Dell monitor running at 1280X1024 but what I like about this particular adapter is that it will be capable of running at higher resolutions should I decide to upgrade to a larger or widescreen monitor.
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EVGA is a good way of adding additional monitor support to your laptop/desktop. I use it on a macbook pro 15 inch unibody and I am happy with its performance . Initially I had problems making it work after my laptop wakes up from sleep it seems like there is no power being supplied to EVGA , after adding a cheap USB to the setup I no longer have this problem. Don't buy this if you plan on using it for playing games or watching hi-def movies for all other cases I will highly recommend this product.
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I have been using this usb video adapter for a few months of testing. It has been connected to my PC at work since it arrived and has had no performance or reliability issues to date. I have utilized other brands of usb video adapters throughout the office, about 20 of them, and they have been in use for a almost two years. When I started seeing issues with the other brands of adapters (screen flicker/poor display performance/screen lockups), I decided to research another device. I chose the EVGA unit based on previous history I have with their video cards which I have used at home. I am glad to have paid the roughly $20 or so extra for this unit as opposed to the cheaper adapters I have been using. Right away I noticed higher resolutions supported and the display performance (moving windows around/images/text shown) was of much better quality than the cheaper units. So far it has never cut out or had any issues and has been worth the extra cash investment. The unit itself does run on the hot side but not much more than other brands. Also, from my experience EVGA has great customer service should anything pop up down the road. I would recommend spending the extra money if you don't want to deal with issues from cheaper models on a daily basis.
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I needed a dual-monitor for my laptop. This was my only choice. I had the older one that runs on lower resolution. Both worked fine when I was using them. Your computer will be slowed down a little bit.
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Excellent item for those looking to add multiple monitors. Works better then the Maxtor Dual2Go. Works automatically with Windows 7(loads software for you), and was able to download the driver for my Apple MacBook Pro. Have added two external monitors connecting both to a powered usb hub(key word, POWERED USB). It allows the new monitors to work independently, meaning you can play with the display arrangement(Dual2Go couldn't do that). I hear comments about video, but I'm watching Netflix on one of the monitors without the delay problems the other reviews are talking about. Key thing, I have them connected to a 'powered usb hub', which provides the extra juice that you are probably not getting with regular usb or attached to usb on computer. Great item, and best considering the price.
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I found most of the positive reviews for this item very accurate. The item works well with my iMac, but it does struggle a little bit with video. Though it is not unwatchable. Would advise to download the most recent software from the website. If you are considering it for an extra monitor and will use it mostly for non-video and non-gaming activities then you will have no complaints, it works perfectly.
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I've been using these for years, and have been thrilled with their performance. Not always 100% dependable. But, a good 90% reliability.

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.
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