Nov 14, 2008

Get Schooled in DisplayLink

InFocus, the first company to deploy DisplayLink USB graphics enabled projectors that connect in a snap, introduced a new classroom version of their projector.

The InFocus IN3104EP digital multimedia projector provides classroom presenters with a bright of 3500 lumens with a 2000:1 contrast ratio and the true-to-life colors of DLP® with BrilliantColor™ technology. This XGA native projector features DisplayLink content-over-USB for fast setup and the subtle sophistication of LiteTouch™ control to stealthily blend into your classroom.

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Nov 7, 2008

DisplayLink Rocks Windows 7

When Windows 7 begins shipping to customers, DisplayLink Corp. plans to be ready to support it.

Innovators at DisplayLink have started working on driver development for Windows 7, aiming to ensure that the next-generation of DisplayLink-enabled monitors, adapters, docks and projectors will be compatible with Windows 7-based PCs.

Here's what Microsoft had to say:

“DisplayLink is a valuable partner in ensuring a smooth and seamless experience for customers connecting multiple monitors to Windows PCs via USB,” said Gary Schare, Director of Hardware Ecosystem Product Management at Microsoft Corp. “Microsoft is excited by DisplayLink’s early work to ensure compatibility with Windows 7.”