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Plugged in. Restarted headless MacMini. Seconds later ... I could TeamView into a 1920x1080 session. So, it allowed the MacMini running Debian to boot without a monitor attached, which is what I was hoping for. Worked equally well on a PC running Debian.
Works as expected for remote desktop/screen sharing purposes, without the need to keep a display connected to the remote computer. Using this on an Apple Mac Mini its display options are the same as with a connected display, up to 1080P (might be a function of my ~2011 era computer). Screen sharing is as fluid as with a display connected. While the plug's black plastic design not as aesthetically attractive as some of the other equivalents dummy plugs available here, you get a three-pack for about the same price as one of those other ones. I really only needed one and would have preferred that option if available.
As i am running both Nvidea and AMD video cards, and my display is hooked up to the Nvidia cards, these little guys work excellent for allowing my video AMD video cards to become recognized by MSI Afterburner. Only need one plugged into one (AMD) card and then all AMD cards show up in the Afterburner application.
Does what it says. Used this on a headless server so splashtop would display an appropriate resolution (1920x1080). Only thing I'd like to see would be a way to tighten the adapter so it won't get bumped/fall off. Will be buying more!
Seems to be working just fine, especially with a system I had that does not post without a connected display. Build quality and finish is rather good, although one of them had a dirty connector. The problem with this pack is that I had only received 2 dongles in the 3 pack that I had purchased.
Edit: Upped to 5 stars, was sent an additional 3 pack after contacting customer service. They also work well.