|Those USB to Video things absolutely suck. They're OK for basic 2D, but not much else. They burn CPU cycles, because the PC's video signal has to be compressed before it can be transported over USB. And because the OS recognizes the USB device as a (very limited) display adapter, 3D acceleration is usually disabled or severely crippled.|
You're much better off using VGA, which all laptops and most LCD TVs (but not plasma) have.
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