Max Value USB 2.0 to Widescreen SVGA Adapter (MV42431)
This week I bought the “Max Value USB 2.0 to Widescreen SVGA Adapter” from Amazon. Â Â£31 for a additional monitor extension is not bad value and allowed me to have three monitors working together, one for code, one for email and firebug and the other for a browser. Â So far the product is doing fairly well though it basically kills Windows 7 Aero feature but I suspect this is more a driver issue than hardware.
Overall the device is good.. It’s small, easy to install and does the job. It’s not fast, it doesn’t have the best picture but I didn’t buy it for this reason. Overall I’m pleased and it increased my productivity - but not as much as the transition of one to two monitors.