• Star Tech.Com Usb To Dvi Adapter   1920x1200   External Video & Graphics Card   Dual Monitor Display
  • Star Tech.Com Usb To Dvi Adapter   1920x1200   External Video & Graphics Card   Dual Monitor Display
Star Tech.Com Usb To Dvi Adapter   1920x1200   External Video & Graphics Card   Dual Monitor Display
Star Tech.Com Usb To Dvi Adapter   1920x1200   External Video & Graphics Card   Dual Monitor Display

Star Tech.Com Usb To Dvi Adapter 1920x1200 External Video & Graphics Card Dual Monitor Display

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  • Connect a DVI display for an extended desktop multi-monitor USB solution
  • Compatible with Windows 7 & 8 USB equipped computers such as HP PRO 4300 and DVI equipped HD monitors
  • USB Video / Multi Monitor Adapter / USB Video Card / USB to Video Adapter Converter
  • Compatible with Windows 7 & 8 USB equipped computers such as HP PRO 4300 and DVI equipped HD monitors
  • Triple screen work station

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Exceptional tech support and customer service. The adapter works great for newer monitors. Does not work so well with older 22" (~7yrs old) monitors.I gave it 5 stars because StarTech's support was awesome, talk about exceptional tech support and customer service. 5StarTech.com USB to DVI External Video Card Multi Monitor Adapter with 1920x1200 Graphics Cards USB2DVIE3 (Black)It works, but not well enough with my video card apparently, because one of my connected displays turn off, while this USB video adapter is connected, so I have absolutely no use for it. I should have visited http://www.startech.com/AV/USB-Video-Adapters/USB-to-DVI-Multi-Monitor-Adapter~USB2DVIE3 to read StarTech's FAQ Common Issues under Support, before my purchase. This adapter still requires some resources from my internal video card, so adding this USB Video Adapter exceeded the limit of available resources, causing one of my connected displays to turn off. This product limitation and hardware dependency on my existing video card, totally defeats it's purpose. I purchased this 1920x1200 USB2DVIE3 adapter as an upgrade to my old StarTech USB 2.0 to DVI 1600x1200@32 Bits adapter, which still works extremely well, and with all my connected displays simultaneously.2objective reachedI wanted to boost the resolution of my 12" laptop from 1359 x 768 to full HD, 1920 x 1080, to go with the 27" HD monitor I got, and not break the bank. This did exactly that, using one of the USB 2 slots. Nice trick. I did need an additional DVI to HD adapter ($5) to make this work. But work it does, so, for getting the job done, and relatively cheaply as well, I give 2 thumbs up!5Product works great, advertising was a little unclear great way to add an extra monitor... I used this to add a third monitor to my mac mini.... my only complaint with this product is that I went out of my way to get a USB 3.0 video card, because I heard USB 2.0 is not really fast enough to support video properly... this product is advertised as fully compatible with both Mac OS and Windows... however, when I received the product I noticed on the box it says that with Mac OS it is not compatible with USB 3.0 and therefore runs at 2.0 speeds. 4Inconsistent & Buggy Product got this product sometime go and used on two computer - old was windows 10 and it was working buggy - mainly doesn't recover from sleep mode and I had to unplug and plug again. Customer service picks the phone but is not helpful. told me it was something wrong with my computer. I bought a new one with windows 12 - same issues. Save you self time and a lot frustration - get a different product. finally got HDMI to VGi for my new PC... works great! 2Stops working at least 2-3 times a week - using 40 hour work week - but easy fix by unplug and replugI have been using this for 10 months 5 days a week for my office set up. I set as 4 star due to the fact that it has a tendency to stop working. It is an easy fix by unplugging and plugging back into the laptop. But if the place to plug is in an awkward place, then it could be a bigger problem. I have had to be sure to not share the monitor that is connected through this when using Skype. It happened twice and so I demoted this monitor to secondary. The first time I lost the monitor display while using this while sharing via Skype, I was not able to reconnect the sharing capability via Skype. Bad news when you are the person who needs to share their computer and it is your meeting. Embarrassing!4Great USB 3 to DVI adapter for my MacBook Another great Startech product. I am using this to connect an older Samsung 24" monitor to my MacBook Air (2013). I have a Dell 24" connected through the display port and the Samsung using the Startech USB 3 adapter. This gives me a three monitor (counting the MacBook display itself) setup and lots of screen space. The adapter is fast over the USB connection. I am experiencing no noticeable lag--even playing videos. I tried this same setup using an older USB 2 video (VGA) adapter but the lag was too annoying to be useful. Upgrading to this new USB 3 adapter has made all the difference!Installation was fairly easy. You must install the latest driver from the Startech site for the adapter to work. This is easy to do and there are directions included in the packaging. 5I bought this adapter because I need a cheap way ... I bought this adapter because I need a cheap way to add a second external monitor to my Macbook Pro, which only has one Thunderbolt port. I'm very satisified with this product. Installation of the drivers was quick and painless. The adapter worked right away. When you plug your monitor in via this adapter, there's a momentary delay of probably half a second, then your external monitor comes to life. I connect my monitor's DVI port to this thing, and I get full screen resolution. I only have two quibbles, which together prevent me from giving this 5 stars:1) I don't know why but my Mac seems to slow down slightly whenever I'm driving a second monitor via this adapter.2) Unlike with an external monitor connected via Thunderbolt/mini-DisplayPort, which remembers all of the windows that "live" on that monitor's desktop, this one forgets all of the window placements. Every time you unplug this from the USB port of the laptop, all of the windows in snap back to the laptop screen and they do NOT move back to the external monitor automatically when you plug the adapter back in.Other than those two annoyances, it works perfectly well. The price is definitely right. 4Works but installation is trickiI installed USB2DVIE3 on Toshiba Satellite L355 laptop with Vista Home Basic. I started installation with CD provided (the newest driver version) and external monitor connected. Computer started installation normally but after short time it became unresponsive. I couldn't call Task Manager or shut down computer using Start->ShutDown screen. Only hard shut down worked. I repeated this a few times without better result. It took me more than one hour. Finally, I copied setup file from CD to hard drive, disconnected external monitor and restarted computer again, this time in safe mode. Lo and behold, installation was flawless and quick. Then I restarted computer normally with USB2DVIE3 device attached. It took another 15-20 minutes to load or recognize (?) driver and I restarted computer another couple of times before everything started work properly. I do not know what to blame: Vista or Startech software. I'm giving 4 stars because finally it works well for me, an experienced computer user.4Returned the productI used the product for 2 weeks. During that time, while unlocking the computer or resuming from hibernate it would hard lock the computer until I disconnected it from the USB port. I tried various troubleshooting steps including installing the updated driver. Nothing worked. I made several attempts to contact StarTech technical support with no response. I finally returned the item and replaced it with EVGA UVPlus+ 39. I have had no issues at all with the EVGA UVPlus.1Good VGA AlternativeHave overall been pleased with this device. It is very easy to install/use. I have two monitors, so it's a little space consuming because I have two units. I don't have USB3.0 which would probably be an asset, although the performance has been pretty good on the USB2.0 slots. I use Photoshop CS6 on this laptop, and it works well. I'm not a gamer so can't comment. I did upgrade my laptop from 4 > 8GB memory and that seems to have helped. Also notice that when playing video it seems to place more demand on laptop as I can hear fan speed increasing to kick out heat the longer the video plays. Not sure that's a function of using USB, but I have to guess that that the demand on memory/disk is higher with USB when you don't use the integrated graphics card...5Great video option I recently was issued one of those "ultrabook" style laptops and no longer can use my laptop port replicator. With the port-rep, I used a two monitor setup and never had to open the laptop screen. The ultrabook cannot be used this way. I haven't found a way to keep the laptop screen closed, but I am using this product as the video card for monitor two. The performance with my Dell Ultrasharp monitor has been super. No video problems at all. Easy install; up and running in just a few minutes. I was a little nervous about it because of the signal chain I'm using. Monitor to StarTech.com video card to USB 3.0 four-port hub to the laptop. So far, all is good. (Also, three other devices are plugged into the hub.) The only reason I'm not giving it a 5 star rating is that I have had to unplug/replug it from the USB hub a few times to get it to wake up. If I discover that is really the fault of the hub or the laptop, I'll change to 5 stars. I would definitely buy this product again. 4Pretty Nifty DeviceI debated whether to give this 4 or 5 stars. It gets 5 stars for value-for-money. But I wanted to knock off a star to warn people that you aren't getting a top-of-the-line graphics card with this device. I connected this to an extra 1600x900 monitor that I have. It works great for basic productivity tasks--surfing the internet, checking email, writing documents, etc. Running undemanding applications, I wouldn't be able to tell which monitor is connected to this device and which are connected to my internal graphics card.It sputtered a little with 480p video, and there was noticeable lagging with 1080p video--so much that you wouldn't be able to watch high-definition video through this device. (Obviously, my display is not a full 1080p, so it had to downconvert; I don't know if that impacted performance at all.) However, the device did not slow my computer down, and there was no impact on 1080p video performance on my other two monitors. (In fact, I placed half the video on the monitor connected through this device, and half on another monitor, and could see half the video stuttering and the other half running smoothly.) I didn't even both trying to run any games with demanding graphics. If it struggles to play standard definition video, it ain't playing Crysis.So. . . . It's good for its purpose, but don't expect miracles.4Works as advertisedI installed this for use with a Windows 8.1 laptop needing two external monitors, one on the HDMI port and one on the USB through this adapter.I opened the package with the adapter, downloaded the drivers per the info on the startech.com site (trigger.zip), installed the drivers, plugged the DVI cable from the monitor onto the adapter and the USB into one of the USB ports on the laptop.Rebooted, per the driver install. When it came up, all I had to do was right-click on the desktop, choose 'Screen Resolution' and configure all 3 monitors (laptop screen, monitor 2 and monitor 3 as extended displays. (Click the Identify button and you can drag them in the order you want them left to right within the dialog) and click Apply and OK... voila!!I iced the cake with a panoramic desktop background and stretched it across all monitors.5Plug-N-Play multi-monitor goodnessI spend all day on the computer at work and at home, usually with several windows opened for reference on the same project. My laptop (Dell E5410) only supports two monitors through its built-in graphics card and I wanted a third to avoid all the window switching I do now.I received the adapter, downloaded and installed the latest drivers from Startech (as explained in the package), I plugged-in the adapter and connected the cables. 5 or less minutes later I had 2048x180 on 3rd monitor. No problems with performance or app errors, seems very stable.5It does the job but can be a little flaky.If you're only choice for adding another monitor to your computer is via an USB external video card, this will do the trick. The problem is I found its driver to be a little flaky at times and if the computer's screen locked or shut off it would take a little flashing of the monitors before the one attached to this device "woke up". Once the monitor did wake up, anything that was on this display had been moved to a different monitor. On occasion this device would totally flake out and have to be unpluged and then plugged back in to get it to work properly.I have since moved on to a DisplayPort splitter that turns a single DisplayPort into two DisplayPorts. The advantage of using a splitter like this is that it didn't require any driver install.3
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Exceptional tech support and customer service. The adapter works great for newer monitors. Does not work so well with older 22" (~7yrs old) monitors.I gave it 5 stars because StarTech's support was awesome, talk about exceptional tech support and customer service. 5StarTech.com USB to DVI External Video Card Multi Monitor Adapter with 1920x1200 Graphics Cards USB2DVIE3 (Black)It works, but not well enough with my video card apparently, because one of my connected displays turn off, while this USB video adapter is connected, so I have absolutely no use for it. I should have visited http://www.startech.com/AV/USB-Video-Adapters/USB-to-DVI-Multi-Monitor-Adapter~USB2DVIE3 to read StarTech's FAQ Common Issues under Support, before my purchase. This adapter still requires some resources from my internal video card, so adding this USB Video Adapter exceeded the limit of available resources, causing one of my connected displays to turn off. This product limitation and hardware dependency on my existing video card, totally defeats it's purpose. I purchased this 1920x1200 USB2DVIE3 adapter as an upgrade to my old StarTech USB 2.0 to DVI 1600x1200@32 Bits adapter, which still works extremely well, and with all my connected displays simultaneously.2objective reachedI wanted to boost the resolution of my 12" laptop from 1359 x 768 to full HD, 1920 x 1080, to go with the 27" HD monitor I got, and not break the bank. This did exactly that, using one of the USB 2 slots. Nice trick. I did need an additional DVI to HD adapter ($5) to make this work. But work it does, so, for getting the job done, and relatively cheaply as well, I give 2 thumbs up!5Product works great, advertising was a little unclear great way to add an extra monitor... I used this to add a third monitor to my mac mini.... my only complaint with this product is that I went out of my way to get a USB 3.0 video card, because I heard USB 2.0 is not really fast enough to support video properly... this product is advertised as fully compatible with both Mac OS and Windows... however, when I received the product I noticed on the box it says that with Mac OS it is not compatible with USB 3.0 and therefore runs at 2.0 speeds. 4Inconsistent & Buggy Product got this product sometime go and used on two computer - old was windows 10 and it was working buggy - mainly doesn't recover from sleep mode and I had to unplug and plug again. Customer service picks the phone but is not helpful. told me it was something wrong with my computer. I bought a new one with windows 12 - same issues. Save you self time and a lot frustration - get a different product. finally got HDMI to VGi for my new PC... works great! 2Stops working at least 2-3 times a week - using 40 hour work week - but easy fix by unplug and replugI have been using this for 10 months 5 days a week for my office set up. I set as 4 star due to the fact that it has a tendency to stop working. It is an easy fix by unplugging and plugging back into the laptop. But if the place to plug is in an awkward place, then it could be a bigger problem. I have had to be sure to not share the monitor that is connected through this when using Skype. It happened twice and so I demoted this monitor to secondary. The first time I lost the monitor display while using this while sharing via Skype, I was not able to reconnect the sharing capability via Skype. Bad news when you are the person who needs to share their computer and it is your meeting. Embarrassing!4Great USB 3 to DVI adapter for my MacBook Another great Startech product. I am using this to connect an older Samsung 24" monitor to my MacBook Air (2013). I have a Dell 24" connected through the display port and the Samsung using the Startech USB 3 adapter. This gives me a three monitor (counting the MacBook display itself) setup and lots of screen space. The adapter is fast over the USB connection. I am experiencing no noticeable lag--even playing videos. I tried this same setup using an older USB 2 video (VGA) adapter but the lag was too annoying to be useful. Upgrading to this new USB 3 adapter has made all the difference!Installation was fairly easy. You must install the latest driver from the Startech site for the adapter to work. This is easy to do and there are directions included in the packaging. 5I bought this adapter because I need a cheap way ... I bought this adapter because I need a cheap way to add a second external monitor to my Macbook Pro, which only has one Thunderbolt port. I'm very satisified with this product. Installation of the drivers was quick and painless. The adapter worked right away. When you plug your monitor in via this adapter, there's a momentary delay of probably half a second, then your external monitor comes to life. I connect my monitor's DVI port to this thing, and I get full screen resolution. I only have two quibbles, which together prevent me from giving this 5 stars:1) I don't know why but my Mac seems to slow down slightly whenever I'm driving a second monitor via this adapter.2) Unlike with an external monitor connected via Thunderbolt/mini-DisplayPort, which remembers all of the windows that "live" on that monitor's desktop, this one forgets all of the window placements. Every time you unplug this from the USB port of the laptop, all of the windows in snap back to the laptop screen and they do NOT move back to the external monitor automatically when you plug the adapter back in.Other than those two annoyances, it works perfectly well. The price is definitely right. 4Works but installation is trickiI installed USB2DVIE3 on Toshiba Satellite L355 laptop with Vista Home Basic. I started installation with CD provided (the newest driver version) and external monitor connected. Computer started installation normally but after short time it became unresponsive. I couldn't call Task Manager or shut down computer using Start->ShutDown screen. Only hard shut down worked. I repeated this a few times without better result. It took me more than one hour. Finally, I copied setup file from CD to hard drive, disconnected external monitor and restarted computer again, this time in safe mode. Lo and behold, installation was flawless and quick. Then I restarted computer normally with USB2DVIE3 device attached. It took another 15-20 minutes to load or recognize (?) driver and I restarted computer another couple of times before everything started work properly. I do not know what to blame: Vista or Startech software. I'm giving 4 stars because finally it works well for me, an experienced computer user.4Returned the productI used the product for 2 weeks. During that time, while unlocking the computer or resuming from hibernate it would hard lock the computer until I disconnected it from the USB port. I tried various troubleshooting steps including installing the updated driver. Nothing worked. I made several attempts to contact StarTech technical support with no response. I finally returned the item and replaced it with EVGA UVPlus+ 39. I have had no issues at all with the EVGA UVPlus.1Good VGA AlternativeHave overall been pleased with this device. It is very easy to install/use. I have two monitors, so it's a little space consuming because I have two units. I don't have USB3.0 which would probably be an asset, although the performance has been pretty good on the USB2.0 slots. I use Photoshop CS6 on this laptop, and it works well. I'm not a gamer so can't comment. I did upgrade my laptop from 4 > 8GB memory and that seems to have helped. Also notice that when playing video it seems to place more demand on laptop as I can hear fan speed increasing to kick out heat the longer the video plays. Not sure that's a function of using USB, but I have to guess that that the demand on memory/disk is higher with USB when you don't use the integrated graphics card...5Great video option I recently was issued one of those "ultrabook" style laptops and no longer can use my laptop port replicator. With the port-rep, I used a two monitor setup and never had to open the laptop screen. The ultrabook cannot be used this way. I haven't found a way to keep the laptop screen closed, but I am using this product as the video card for monitor two. The performance with my Dell Ultrasharp monitor has been super. No video problems at all. Easy install; up and running in just a few minutes. I was a little nervous about it because of the signal chain I'm using. Monitor to StarTech.com video card to USB 3.0 four-port hub to the laptop. So far, all is good. (Also, three other devices are plugged into the hub.) The only reason I'm not giving it a 5 star rating is that I have had to unplug/replug it from the USB hub a few times to get it to wake up. If I discover that is really the fault of the hub or the laptop, I'll change to 5 stars. I would definitely buy this product again. 4Pretty Nifty DeviceI debated whether to give this 4 or 5 stars. It gets 5 stars for value-for-money. But I wanted to knock off a star to warn people that you aren't getting a top-of-the-line graphics card with this device. I connected this to an extra 1600x900 monitor that I have. It works great for basic productivity tasks--surfing the internet, checking email, writing documents, etc. Running undemanding applications, I wouldn't be able to tell which monitor is connected to this device and which are connected to my internal graphics card.It sputtered a little with 480p video, and there was noticeable lagging with 1080p video--so much that you wouldn't be able to watch high-definition video through this device. (Obviously, my display is not a full 1080p, so it had to downconvert; I don't know if that impacted performance at all.) However, the device did not slow my computer down, and there was no impact on 1080p video performance on my other two monitors. (In fact, I placed half the video on the monitor connected through this device, and half on another monitor, and could see half the video stuttering and the other half running smoothly.) I didn't even both trying to run any games with demanding graphics. If it struggles to play standard definition video, it ain't playing Crysis.So. . . . It's good for its purpose, but don't expect miracles.4Works as advertisedI installed this for use with a Windows 8.1 laptop needing two external monitors, one on the HDMI port and one on the USB through this adapter.I opened the package with the adapter, downloaded the drivers per the info on the startech.com site (trigger.zip), installed the drivers, plugged the DVI cable from the monitor onto the adapter and the USB into one of the USB ports on the laptop.Rebooted, per the driver install. When it came up, all I had to do was right-click on the desktop, choose 'Screen Resolution' and configure all 3 monitors (laptop screen, monitor 2 and monitor 3 as extended displays. (Click the Identify button and you can drag them in the order you want them left to right within the dialog) and click Apply and OK... voila!!I iced the cake with a panoramic desktop background and stretched it across all monitors.5Plug-N-Play multi-monitor goodnessI spend all day on the computer at work and at home, usually with several windows opened for reference on the same project. My laptop (Dell E5410) only supports two monitors through its built-in graphics card and I wanted a third to avoid all the window switching I do now.I received the adapter, downloaded and installed the latest drivers from Startech (as explained in the package), I plugged-in the adapter and connected the cables. 5 or less minutes later I had 2048x180 on 3rd monitor. No problems with performance or app errors, seems very stable.5It does the job but can be a little flaky.If you're only choice for adding another monitor to your computer is via an USB external video card, this will do the trick. The problem is I found its driver to be a little flaky at times and if the computer's screen locked or shut off it would take a little flashing of the monitors before the one attached to this device "woke up". Once the monitor did wake up, anything that was on this display had been moved to a different monitor. On occasion this device would totally flake out and have to be unpluged and then plugged back in to get it to work properly.I have since moved on to a DisplayPort splitter that turns a single DisplayPort into two DisplayPorts. The advantage of using a splitter like this is that it didn't require any driver install.3
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