Author: Bob Buskirk
Installation & Use
Getting the On-Lap 1301 installed on your monitor is pretty easy. You first want to install the suction cups on the back of the frame. They screw right in a lock into place. Next you are going to want to place the screen on the lid of your laptop. The display does comes with adhesive stickers that create a smooth surface to stick the suction cups on. These definitely come in handy on possible logos that may be on the top of the lid.
Before you turn you system on you are going to want to plug in the display and connect it to your laptop. First connect the USB cable to give power to the display then plug in either the VGA or HDMI connector to your laptop.
Now you are ready to turn your system on. Since there are no drivers to install or anything like that you will see your system desktop on the On-Lap 1301 display. In Windows you can set it up to mirror or extend your desktop.
The display itself is nice and bright and easy to read. I mainly used it to either watch videos while I was working or have twitter up. The mirror setup would be great if you were trying to show someone something and had this display on the back of your laptop. Besides having the display connected to your laptop you can also have it just sitting on your desk,so this brings up many different possibilities.