DisplayLink today at Macworld, Booth 4238, announced the availability of its USB network display technology for Mac OS X, allowing Intel-based Mac users to, for the first time, connect additional displays to their computers using USB 2.0.
USB multi-monitor capability expands a computer’s work area freeing users to be more creative, productive, and to enjoy the full capabilities of their Mac. For example:
- Mac mini users can, for the first time, view their content on up to four displays.
- MacBook and MacBook Pro users can experience desktop convenience with the first ever USB graphics universal notebook docks.
- iMac and Mac Pro users can use DisplayLink-based products to expand their visual workspace by adding up to four additional displays with the ease of USB and with instantaneous mouse and keyboard response, 32-bit true-color graphics and DVD-quality video performance.