If you're somehow stuck with a notebook that doesn't sport a video or a D-Sub output but are feeling that multiple-monitor itch (for "productivity," right?) as long as you've got a USB port, you're in luck. The USB-RGB is a dongle that lets you add an extra monitor to your system via USB. The $87 price tag strikes me as a bit high, but I'm kind of a cheapskate—I'm good with one monitor per computer.
USB-RGB Dongle Adds More Screens to Your Laptop, No Video Output Required
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