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  1. I purchased this to use as a second monitor for my laptop while on the go. It works very well with my MacBook Pro and my Windows 8.1 tablet. The ability to power it off of a usb power supply makes it very portable and functional. I have also tried it with a Fire TV stick and it works very well. It will work with anything that can plug into a hdmi port. You will just need some external speakers or headphones. (They did not include speakers to decrease the weight of the device.) The overall feel and look is good. Some may say it feels “cheap” because it is so light, but that is one of the benefits of the unit. It is very light and very portable. One of the complaints is the cords that come with it are very short. But it runs off of a micro usb cable and comes with a 10 watt usb plug. I just use one of the many micro usb cords I have here to power it. Most will work as long as the gauge on the cord is large enough. (The longer the cord, the smaller the gauge to minimize any power loss, simple physics.) I don’t play games that often, so I can’t give any feedback on the monitor with an xbox or ps4, but I can see why many people complained about the viewing angle. Even working on the computer, if I change my position in the chair just a little, I have trouble seeing the screen. You basically have to be directly in front to see it clearly. That is why I’m giving it 4 stars instead of 5. Otherwise, it is a great portable monitor with a lot of potential.

  2. This is a barebones monitor, as such it does not have a whole lot of features more expensive monitors would have.There is only one option for video connectivity; HDMI (however there are two ports). There are no speakers built into this unit, instead a 3.5 millimeter jack is provided to act as an audio passthrough with volume control.This monitor does not have freesync or gsync.if the lack of variance for connectivity or fancier refresh rate processing is a deal breaker then this is most certainly not the monitor for you.That being said the display itself is beautiful, there is no hint of pixelation, the colors are very nice and there is not much noticeable back light bleed. Compared to a retina display or a thunderbolt display this monitor stands up. It looks very much like a matte version of a Dell ultrasharp.Before purchasing this i’ve read that 21:9 isn’t “worth” it for screens smaller than 29 inches. I would have to disagree, this screen is excellent for productivity. I am able to have multiple text editors open at once, and they each feel like they are on their own display.It is true that these montiors are a little short compared to what you might expect. However that loss in vertical real-estate is more than made up for in terms of horizontal real-estate. Before i used the monitor i was a bit concerned though those fears left as soon as I began to use the monitor.I did buy two of these right off the bat, and in hindsight it might have been a better call to get a singe 29 or 34 inch display. Two of these is a lot of screen space to use to the point that it is almost overwhelming.Physically the two next to each other are almost as wide as my 50 inch plasma TV.They do have vesa mounting holes, spaced at 75 x 75 mm and I have mounted my displays. My vesa mount is rated up to two 27″ monitors. I didn’t think about the fact that these are wider than the usual display and as a result these monitors are pushing that limit.I do not think my vesa mount would work with two 27″ 21:9 monitors.Neither display has any dead pixels, discoloration, or any other abnormalities to them.Like i said this screen is beautiful, and the low cost is almost certainly due to the lack of other features like multiple input types, and not a result of the screen itself being of low quality.

  3. I bought this to play my PS4 in my college dorm back in 2015. It is extremely light, and the backpack easily holds my PS4, all of the wires associated with it, the monitor, a dualshock controller, and a few games.I bought the monitor with an anti-glare screen protector, and I have had no issues with angling the monitor or glare (obviously). The image quality is not amazing, but it was good enough for what it was. The low resolution was only glaringly obvious to me when I used it as a second monitor to my laptop every now and then.I personally have not had any dead pixels during the two years that I used this monitor for, though many other reviews seem to state otherwise. I am of the opinion that this should not be an issue as long as you are careful while handling the monitor.Turning the monitor on did become a slight issue after the first few months (it simply would not turn on or it would go through the GAEMS screen and then remain blank), but I generally found that it worked after fiddling a bit with the usb power cable. I also found that it was easier to successfully turn on the monitor while using it with a PS4 when I turned the monitor on AFTER the PS4 had fully started up (i.e. the power strip was white and the PS4 was at the home screen). The monitor’s USB must be plugged into the 3.0 port in the PS4 for it to work (if you are using it with a PS4. It worked just fine with all of the ports on my laptop). However, I have never had to use both usb ports at once in order to power the monitor, on the PS4 or otherwise.I have not used the monitor’s audio jack and thus cannot comment on its quality. As I only used one of my PS4’s usb ports to power the monitor, I used the free one for my usb headset.The monitor only broke recently, after 2 years of decent, continuous use (~4-8 hours/week). The micro usb port on the monitor had somehow been pushed into housing unit. As there is no way to open up the unit itself for repairs without literally wrenching the entire thing apart with brute force, this effectively bricked it.Overall, I was happy with this purchase, and have ordered a replacement. I only expected for it to last a couple of years to being with, and its quality of use has been generally constant throughout.

  4. This monitor is a decent monitor. This screen is a bit light but i’m sure if you roll around with it, it’s an easy fix. The quality of the screen is actually very good though. The material on it is a bit flimsy but is good, and the stand is not my favorite. The stand has already got a scratch in it.

  5.  Perfect touch screen smart watch for kids. It has so many features my favorite being the camera, stopwatch, and 10 built in games. My friends four year old loves fruit ninja and had a blast with it. Battery last roughly 5 days before you need to recharge. It’s a great birthday or Christmas present for girls or boys.

  6. I bought this smart watch for my co-worker daughter, who is 5 years old now. She was so happy to receive this gift and hugged me so many times! The little guy said she liked the camera function best because right now she was so obsessed with taking pictures, and her mother wouldn’t let her take the pictures with her cell phone. The only thing that makes little one unhappy is that the storage space of smart watches was not large,so that she can not save too many photos.

  7. I love this gaming watch! This watch has been great for my 5 year old son. It’s easy for him to navigate and the games are age appropriate. The screen is bright and has been easy to see. The watch itself seems to be made of quility products. It also seems to be durable. It’s been a wonderful thing for our son on trips or just killing time in the waiting room at the doctors office. I highly recommend this watch!

  8. I bought this for my mom, because her laptop is 13.3″ and she does a lot of business stuff and needed more screen real estate. I’ll start with the positives.+ Ultrawide: obviously this is the reason why you would get a 21:9 monitor, and this is great for that purpose. I used it briefly with Premier Pro and the long timeline scrubbing is simply beautiful. Not having to scroll to edit very different pieces of the video is really nice. I can have multiple files open with video clips and transitions. I need to get an ultrawide for myself.+ Lightweight: its probably not the lightest monitor on the market at this price range, but my mom is 56 years old (Im 23) and has had 2 surgeries on her wrist. She can pick this up with both hands rather easily if she needs to move from one side of her desk to another.+ 2 HDMI ports+ Matte screen: my moms desk is under a sun roof, and this thing is great at reducing glare and reflection.Now some critiques and negatives, but not all of them are negatives, just some oddities to note:- Biggest actual negative: Glossy finish (of exterior and base/mount) The black glossy finish of the mount and backside is a dust magnet. We only bought this for a week and its already collecting a significant amount of dust. Youre going to be wiping this thing down pretty often.- Not height adjustable: This isnt really a negative as we knew this before buying it. But it does kinda suck. Obviously if you want height adjustable, youre gonna have to spend more. But still. My mom has it on a monitor stand which helps.- *WEIRD THING* In the screen menu when using the little joystick under the screen, there is an option for volume from 0-100 and it is adjustable. You can turn it all the way up or down, but if Im not mistaken, this thing doesn’t have any speakers? We have tried numerous times to get any sort of sound out of it, but I am certain there are not speakers. Its odd that there would be a feature in the settings menu to adjust the volume then.- SKINNY LATERAL: 25″ ultra wide is really narrow. This is one thing we didnt anticipate before buying. Reading the dimensions on paper and watching video reviews of this monitor on youtube doesnt actually prepare you for how skinny this thing is when you use it. For future reference, I myself would go for at least 29″ ultrawide, because while my mom does not have a problem with it, my dad and I both notice that the vertical space you have on this is really small. It is plenty wide, but just feels cramped in the y axis. You really cant understand what I mean by this until you try it out for yourself.Overall, if you just want a decent ultrawide in 1080p and dont have a budget of $250+, this is a great introductory monitor to the ultrawide field. Cant say any comments on how it is for gaming, but for productivity and some media consumption, this is awesome. 4/5

  9. I bought this portable monitor for two purposes: (1) Gaming with Xbox & PS4 (2) Second monitor for laptop:(1) Gaming console: The screen size is awesome and works well for at home or hotel gaming. It’s easy to set up since all the wires are included and I think the wires are all a good length if you’re with your console in close proximity. I don’t think that there’s any input lag (I tested this using a mirrored HDMI splitter). I have never used the sound since I’m always hooked up to my headset. I would never rely on an external monitor’s speakers for quality sound.(2) Second monitor: The 720p resolution is pretty obvious when used as a second screen for a laptop. Be sure to change the default from 16:9 ratio to PC Mode (which also works the best for gaming consoles too). The poor resolution causes the text to be a bit blurry and images become pixelated. I can still read everything but the sharpness is definitely lacking. The color of the images is also very apparent. I would have definitely shelled out more money for the same product at 1080p.The angle of the screen kind of sucks with the leg stands included because it makes you cringe your neck downward and is not sustainable for long durations. I actually utilized the ¼” socket in the back to elevate the screen. Instead of buying a pricey monitor stand (which are like upwards of hundreds of dollars) and to keep the portable element intact, I am using a selfie stick (which I had lying around) and bought a tripod stand for $6. The screen is light enough to keep it upright and stable. I would highly recommend doing this.

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