StarTech USB to VGA External Video Card Multi Monitor Adapter - 1920x1200 - USB to VGA External Graphics Card
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- Product Type: Cables & Interconnects
- Compact, USB powered USB to VGA adapter provides the easiest way add a secondary or additional display to your PC
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Description for StarTech.com USB to VGA External Video Card Multi Monitor Adapter - 1920x1200 - USB
Connect a VGA display for an entry-level extended desktop, multi-monitor USB solution The USB2VGAE3 USB VGA Multi-Monitor External Video Adapter lets you add a high-resolution (1920x1200) external VGA output to your desktop or laptop computer, using an available USB 2.0 port.A cost-effective solution for systems that lack the outputs required for a multi-monitor setup, this high-performance USB to VGA adapter can be used to mirror your primary display and show the same image on both screens, or extend your desktop to double your workspace.This small form factor USB video adapter can be used with up to 4 additional (5 total) USB2VGAE3 USB video adapters, creating multiple VGA connections to add displays quickly and easily all without having to open the computer case to add extra video cards.Backed by a StarTech.com 2 and free lifetime technical support.
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You should know that this is a graphics card that connects on a USB port and capabilities are limited even compared to on-board graphics cards found embedded in a computer's mainboard. Over the past couple of years I purchased a few of these for work because our employees keep asking for a dual monitor setup. It works well for things like spreadsheets and documents but if you are looking for a second monitor to play games on, this will not be for you.
Finally, note that this will work with Windows 10 but previous versions of this device from Star Tech that I purchased for Windows 7 do not work with Windows 10 and Star Tech does not offer drivers for them. Hopefully, this being USB 3.0 will be supported by future versions of operating systems and Star Tech will produce drivers for them. This is not a plug and play device so before you connect it to your USB port, make sure you download the latest drivers for it from startech.com and install them. Then plug it in.
EDIT 6-2-17: When I switched to an older Samsung SyncMaster 171s flat screen LCD monitor for the 2nd screen, the pointer problem mentioned above goes away. I am thinking about getting a new ASUS monitor and trying that since the SyncMaster is basically square and not wide-screen.
I searched and found the following possible solution for the pointer issues with the Dell Monitor (but it did NOT help or improve anything):
a. Remove the check from the Display Pointer Trails box.
b. Remove the check from the Enhance Pointer Precision box.
c. Click "Apply".
PC is a HP Pavilion Slimline S5220Y running Windows 10 Home........also I did get the latest driver off the Startech website and I was logged in as the Administrator for the driver install (before plugging in the Startech).
Edit 7-24-17: Well, I did not get a new monitor, ended up returning this StarTech - it was just too finicky and not reliable for my Windows 10 Home. Ended up getting a Plugable USB 2.0.
I would give it five stars if I didn't have to go hunt for the right driver and then download several to see which would work.