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This is a total failure buy on my part. I didn't understand the concept of "Tiny In One " and bought this monitor thinking it would work with my Dell PC. Wrong. It didn't work, no matter what cables I tried. And I tried many of them. I googled and googled, and then contacted Lenovo to find out what I should do. Lenovo decided the monitor I had received was faulty and sent me another one. Received that one, but no improvement. Same problem. I don't think it was faulty at all. I think it simply doesn't work with a regular PC, despite what one use wrote on a site I found. I bought $75 worth of cables to try and all failed. I have two useless monitors now.
Yesterday I wrote a one-star rating and then proceeded to write a review. I still maintain the one-star rating but I have something to add. Many people can't seem to get the camera and mic to work when they only purchase this monitor. That was my problem with yesterday's review. I now have the answer. Not only do you have to purchase a DP to HDMI cable with an adaptor to view the screen (assuming you don't have a DP plug in your computer) you also need to purchase a USB Type-A to Type B cable to plug into the monitor than your computer. Then go to the program button, click on it, then click on the camera icon then bingo the camera works. I am keeping the one-star rating because Lenovo Tech Support did not offer this solution. In fact, they couldn't tell me how to hook up the monitor to my Acer computer in the first place, and they wouldn't accept a return because they only accept returns if the item is purchased through the Lenovo web site. I am a Techno dope but with the help of some blogs, I got the monitor and camera and mic working.
I'm about to return this thing. It has a DisplayPort output and all I want to know if what sort of converter is needed to plug the monitor into a standard HDMI input on a laptop. I've been searching Lenov's site and forums and there is NO clarity on this. CAN what I'm describing happen with this display? If so, is there an adapter here on Amazon that works? This one doesn't work: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B015OW3P1O/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1
This product is a piece of trash. I was under the impression that when I received it, it would work like a regular computer, nothing extra needed. That wasn't the case, even after I bought a desktop in hopes that it would work, IT STILL DIDN'T WORK. This is a scam and I would not recommend this to anyone EVER
This monitor does not come with the audio/visual adapters or cords. Instructions are not clear. No reference as to which cord to purchase. The support center is worthless and clueless. I would NOT recommend this product
After purchasing this Monitor to be used as a 2nd monitor, it would not adapt to my PC. After purchasing several different cables to try to connect my Lenovo PC - we learned that this monitor is ONLY to be used with a Tiny PC and NOTHING ELSE. DO NOT PURCHASE!!!
Its the year 2020 Virtual Reality Training the Industrial Internet of things, curved displays etc. But can you imagine a monitor that is not plug and play...yes that is right not plug and play and unless you call the sales group to vet your choice to see if it is compatible, shame on you. Yes shame on me, I believed it would be a plug and play issue....nope
Be careful, this product will sell without the support and without the required cable. Too many adaptors and connectors and cables which normally should supply by seller and manufacturer, and now we have to buy by ourselves. You have to buy a Display port to HDMI and USB and some other printer cable