With all the right cables and connectors, you can add one or more additional monitors either to your existing desktop computer or your laptop. Here is a USB monitor guide to give you an insight into the benefits of a USB monitor over the conventional monitors.
When it comes to adding extra displays to make a multi-display configuration be it at home or office, the popular choice is the USB monitor. These monitors are more portable versions of the conventional monitors and they come with a USB port for powering them. So you would not need an additional power outlet to power the monitor. Plug the USB cable and connect the monitor and install any required software to support the monitor and you are good to go.
Expandability is one of the main benefits that a USB monitor offers. You can easily connect multiple monitors at the same time without much of hardware and software modifications to your existing computer. This feature is particularly helpful in customer helpdesk kiosks. In point of sale and point of purchase terminals, the same display can be relayed on one monitor at the employee’s end and the other one at the customer’s end. As USB monitors come with straightforward setup process, you do not need any complicated connections or cables to get them installed.
Their portability makes them a great choice for the office scenario as well. And in case you wish to display something to a customer or a client, without a projector at hand, you can simply plug a USB monitor to your laptop and display your presentation etc. The portable USB monitors are also small and lightweight making them compact options to be carried along with the laptop. USB technology is also known for the security in terms of the file transfer. So you have a secure solution which is also compact and energy efficient.