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I use it with both my iMac and MacBook Air (both bought this year). Had to download the driver software but no issues.
By Fred J. Waltman on October 15, 2013
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Yes it does now! Display link released drivers for Ubuntu in 2015, although it does not look like they support any other distributions. It took me some digging to find installation directions so I am posting links to what worked for me below to help others. I am using the monitor on a Lenovo T420 with Ubuntu MATE and… see more Yes it does now! Display link released drivers for Ubuntu in 2015, although it does not look like they support any other distributions. It took me some digging to find installation directions so I am posting links to what worked for me below to help others. I am using the monitor on a Lenovo T420 with Ubuntu MATE and it is working great so far, it does not need USB 3 to work.
Download the driver: http://www.displaylink.com/downloads/ubuntu
Follow these directions: http://support.displaylink.com/knowledgebase/articles/684649-how-to-install-displaylink-software-on-ubuntu see less
Yes it does now! Display link released drivers for Ubuntu in 2015, although it does not look like they support any other distributions. It took me some digging to find installation directions so I am posting links to what worked for me below to help others. I am using the monitor on a Lenovo T420 with Ubuntu MATE and it is working great so far, it does not need USB 3 to work.
Download the driver: http://www.displaylink.com/downloads/ubuntu
Follow these directions: http://support.displaylink.com/knowledgebase/articles/684649-how-to-install-displaylink-software-on-ubuntu

By Kevin W. on September 1, 2016
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The neoprene sleeve that it comes with is good enough for protecting the monitor, if you carry the monitor in a laptop bag. But I would not recommend carrying the monitor in its case in checked-in luggage unless it's the hard-shelled type luggage. My first monitor shattered in a checked in bag, even protected with laye… see more The neoprene sleeve that it comes with is good enough for protecting the monitor, if you carry the monitor in a laptop bag. But I would not recommend carrying the monitor in its case in checked-in luggage unless it's the hard-shelled type luggage. My first monitor shattered in a checked in bag, even protected with layers of clothes and positioned in a way that I thought the screen would experience no pressure from luggage stacked on top of mine. see less The neoprene sleeve that it comes with is good enough for protecting the monitor, if you carry the monitor in a laptop bag. But I would not recommend carrying the monitor in its case in checked-in luggage unless it's the hard-shelled type luggage. My first monitor shattered in a checked in bag, even protected with layers of clothes and positioned in a way that I thought the screen would experience no pressure from luggage stacked on top of mine.
By RThompson on October 10, 2016
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edit: 2.4 lb. i still think this is a great (though not perfect) product.
By EA on February 3, 2014
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I purchased a replacement cord from Amazon. Digital USB 3.0 Y-Cable (USB 3.0 Micro-B to Standard Male A) 1.5FT
By TLS on January 15, 2015
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I've used both. I think the newer model is worth the extra money. The screen resolution seems better to me, and the newer model is more adjustable. Also, the auto-rotating screen is a nice feature.
By JLB on March 4, 2014
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The Brightness is adjustable from the menu, if you load the software. I have adjusted mine to full brightness
By Keith Stephens on July 6, 2014
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Yes look at the tutorial here
http://imkiyoung.wordpress.com/2012/09/18/raspberry-pi-and-aoc-e1649fwu-usb-powered-led-monitor/

By Liang H. on March 10, 2014
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I carried it in an overnight bag on the plane with two laptops and and iPad Mini. You can't go slamming your back pack down. It's a typical monitor. It does come with a padded sleeve which is nice for protection. However, bare in mind it's still a monitor like any other typical monitor and it should be treated as such.… see more I carried it in an overnight bag on the plane with two laptops and and iPad Mini. You can't go slamming your back pack down. It's a typical monitor. It does come with a padded sleeve which is nice for protection. However, bare in mind it's still a monitor like any other typical monitor and it should be treated as such. If you are doing basic travel and not slinging your bag around it should be fine and the protective cover should work. Make sure you check the measurements of your bag against the monitor. see less I carried it in an overnight bag on the plane with two laptops and and iPad Mini. You can't go slamming your back pack down. It's a typical monitor. It does come with a padded sleeve which is nice for protection. However, bare in mind it's still a monitor like any other typical monitor and it should be treated as such. If you are doing basic travel and not slinging your bag around it should be fine and the protective cover should work. Make sure you check the measurements of your bag against the monitor.
By Candice Dean on November 22, 2015
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Any USB monitor would not make a gaming monitor. Only made for basic applications.
By kaori on October 16, 2015