Ordered this product to use with a Razer Blade 15 laptop for live broadcasting. It's been a perfect solution paired with vMix or LiveStream Studio 6.
Having a screen available for the broadcast rundown and a second for the camera feeds was the exact functionality I was looking for and this product delivered it 100%.
The USB-C connectors worked perfectly out of the box, it was just plug and play. The form factor matches the laptop, meaning it's easy to transport them together in the same bag. I was concerned about possibly having to take it out at the airport but they didn't even flag it.
There is also a "kickstand" which helps take the weight off the laptop hinge, which is a thoughtful feature I really appreciated.
It's also great for enabling an efficient media production workflow while traveling. Being able to bring up Audition, Premiere, and After Effects simultaneously on a laptop in a hotel room is something that's never been possible before.
All in all, we've had a great experience with this product!
Duel monitors are a must have for me, as a remote worker buying this has enabled me to leave the house and work from wherever my family wants to be and keep the productivity increase that comes from having multiple monitors.
The monitors fit both my laptops (work and gaming). Laptops I use it on are a Dell Latitude 5300 and a HP GU502G.
It was delivered quickly and was well packaged. It came with all the cables I could need for set up.
Set up takes < 20 seconds.
I like that I can attach it landscape to my laptop monitors or portrait as a standalone vertical monitor. I use it with my 15 inch work laptop and my 13 inch personal laptop. I really love it.
Used Spacedesk for years with my laptop as another monitor, as I usually carry a tablet in my backpack. One disadvantage of it is that it is 720p or, with my tablet at least, 2k on a 10in screen, far too big of a resolution to be readable.
Then I found this while looking for an alternative. I don't need a stand, or at the very least need to 3d print one, to use it at a comfortable viewing angle, and they're not too high res for the screen size.
The way to use it varies by your laptop and almost any laptop made after 2016 should be usable, particularly gaming laptops, like mine. Needing 1HDMI, 1USB A to C, and 1 USB C to C, cables to use them both, and they're long enough to reach over to the left side from the right. Would I game on them... considering I don't care about refresh rate, probably, but that might not be ideal for everyone.