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J5 Create JUA210 USB 2.0 VGA Display Adapter

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  • Supports display resolution 1920x1200 32 bit
  • Plug and play USB connectivity
  • Allows up to 4 adapters in Windows
  • Allows up to 2 adapters in Mac
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4.9 x 1.5 x 7.6 inches ; 5.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00581F43Y
  • Item model number: JUA210
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (43 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Looking for an easy way to add a second monitor? Let's get to multitasking! The JUA210 USB 2.0 Display Adapter from j5 create works as an external video card, instantly allowing users to attach additional displays via a VGA connection without the hassle of a lengthy setup or having to install additional internal hardware. The j5 create USB 2.0 Display Adapter can support up to four displays running on the same Windows computer (or up to two displays for Mac), turning your workstation into a fully functioning multi-display powerhouse. This video over USB adapter works as an external video card, instantly allowing additional displays, without the hassle of opening the computer casing and installing an external graphic card. You can have your 2nd monitor with an extended display, a mirrored display, a rotational display (rotation mode not available for MAC), or make it your primary monitor. The video playback will perform in 720P HD with a resolution up to 1920X1200, providing a low latency connection. Simple "Plug and Play" operation allows you to connect your computer to a second monitor or projector and within seconds to create a new visual environment.

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Customer Reviews

Shame on Best Buy for selling me this piece of crap.
K. Watson
When my laptop goes into screen saver mode ( which is just a black screen for me ) it sometimes won't come out.
George S. Mitchell
So I tried to install driver manually with CD but did not work either.
Jongin Kim

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Briant Gale on March 3, 2014
I purchased this device on black friday to add a third display to my Mac laptop. The packaging indicated that they support Mac systems. From Day 1 I had nothing but problems. I expected lower quality since it is a USB 2 device, but I did not expect to have to reboot my computer to get it to work right. If you plug it into a computer that is already running, the display only shows fuzz. I tried contacting customer service, but they didn't have any idea what to do. I figured out on my own that you have to reboot your machine with the device plugged in to get it to work.

I used the device for about 2 months and my computer started freezing. I thought it was a memory issue, but I decided to unplug the device from my computer. I used the computer for about a week with no problems. I plugged in the third display again and within an hour my computer froze.

Working with their customer service has been horrible as well. I would email them once every few weeks for an update. Their best answer was that I needed to wait for their development team as they work on developing a new driver. They didn't do anything to help me tweak settings to get the device to at least hold me over.

This is the worst experience I've had with any piece of technology, and I would recommend staying away from these devices if you use a Mac.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Rog on March 19, 2014
Unit is buggy with windows 8.1, driver issues. Customer support is good when you call them directly. Known issue with Microsoft Office causing crashing. They can set you up with an older driver that seems to work but still locks up many times.

Make sure you buy a computer with several monitor outputs, preferably HDMI at least two so you do not have to go through this aftermarket stuff.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Jason Almazan on June 6, 2013
The reason I bought this, is because I normally run 3 monitors when working on my photos. My main video card can only do 2 monitors at once, and my secondary video card ran the third. The secondary fried, and I really wanted 3 back. I picked this up, and it works great. I am running it on Windows 7 64-bit Enterprise Edition. I put the install CD, it asked if I wanted to install the drivers from the disc, or search the company website for the latest drivers. I opted to let it search for the latest drivers and did that. Once the drivers completed, I plugged in the device, a few screen flickers (basically from the system noticing another monitor was detected from the new USB device), and it worked like a champ. It does run full 32-bit up to the max res it stated, but you will need to make sure that you have a fast multi-core/hyper threaded cpu. Reason being, is that it runs off of your CPU and not the GPU from your other card. I can play HD movies decently on the new USB device, but it's not perfect. You can noticed some "jittering" when moving windows around really fast on that screen, but it doesn't bother me. Since this is the screen where I place all my Photoshop tools, and other stationary items, it works great. So far I haven't had any problems. Just having a fast cpu is the key here.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By kjr on February 22, 2013
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Works as advertised. Took me awhile to get all three monitors going but once I downloaded whatever it was I needed to download it has worked like charm.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Craig Rotzien on December 3, 2013
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Pricey, but clear picture on the Dell laptop to 23" monitor we tried it on. Tried other cheaper ones that were either fuzzy or no picture at all.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By George S. Mitchell on July 16, 2014
I use this with a fairly typical work laptop so that I can have 2 larger monitors ( with laptop screen off ) at home.

The Good:
1) The resolution and the performance are fine for a work laptop.

The Bad:
1) The USB cable is way too short. Way.
2) Tech support at J5 consists of request for you to update your device drivers ( which requires a reboot! ), or update your USB drivers. Not much help there.
3) Screen saver mode issue. When my laptop goes into screen saver mode ( which is just a black screen for me ) it sometimes won't come out. This was not a problem I had with my EVGA device which is several years old ( I changed to get better resolution ) I think I have discovered the fix which is: put laptop in sleep mode, unplug J5, press any key to get screen back on, log into laptop, plug J5 back in, fume.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Midwestgate on January 20, 2015
I picked this up to use with my mid-2012 Macbook Pro running a 2.4 GHz Intel Core i7 processor with 8GB of memory. I have a NEC PA271W monitor connected via DisplayPort to the computer, and wanted an extra monitor to use for timelines and bins in Adobe Premiere and After Effects, realizing that the slight lag would not be tolerable for video playback. I installed the latest driver from the j5 Create website with no issues, restarted my computer, and then connected the adapter. I was running it to an HP w2338h monitor at 1920x1080 60Hz.

-The first issue was that the active pixels had shifted up about a quarter inch, so the top of the screen was not visible, and the bottom had a black line. When taking a screenshot it captured all of the missing pixels, but no matter what I tried it would not re-adjust.
-The second issue was that there were tons of black lines running vertically down the monitor and flickering pixels everywhere, this was just not tolerable to use at all.
-Third, the color reproduction was awful and not representative of the HP w2338h, the contrast was boosted, and certain colors clipped right away.

Do not buy this adapter, go with the Diamond BVU195 adapter, I hooked that up and it works flawlessly.
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