Plug in the USB cable to your USB port (USB 3.0 is recommended); wait for a short time for automatic driver installation to finish. If your PC does not detect the external screen automatically, you may need to enable video output to external screen (procedure specific to different manufacturers; on Dell laptops, use Fn+F8 keys combination)
Connection for Macs:
Prior to first use, please download and install the driver; reboot will be required after installation. Then plug in the USB cable to your USB port; wait for a short time for hardware to be detected. Large monitor should become a second extended screen, where you can move open windows from your laptop.
Connection for Linux:
Vendor only provides support for Ubuntu at this time; please visit their site for Ubuntu driver download, and additional information.
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