Jan 16, 2008
Jan 15, 2008
The Kensington sd200v Notebook Docking Station with Video allows a user to connect speakers, a VGA display and up to five USB peripherals to their Mac with a single USB 2.0 connection. DisplayLink’s network display technology is used in the docking station to provide high performance graphics over USB. The docking station’s DualView feature provides an easy access front-panel button to instantly enable multi-monitor computing by switching the external display between mirror and extended desktop modes.
As an alternative to the sd200v Notebook Docking Station with Video, Mac users can also utilize the recently announced Kensington Dual Monitor Adapter to add up to four additional displays to their computer over a single USB 2.0 connection for a powerful desktop “command center” with immersive access to digital multimedia content at work or home. The adapter is unique in that it has both VGA and DVI connectors and can be used interchangeably with either type of display. Kensington Dual Monitor Adapters are ideal for individual travellers who need to connect to a wide range of displays and for businesses that want to offer their employees complete connectivity flexibility.
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.
Jan 10, 2008
DisplayLink congratulates Berdnadyne and Marcello and their recent wedding proposal that took place during CES 2008 at the DisplayLink exposition area in the South Hall of the LVCC.
When Marcello asked us put his marriage proposal up on our 6 display demonstration to surprise his bride to be we were more than happy to help. The happy couple was also presented a DisplayLink shirt and USB Graphics Adapter to help start their happy lives together. We could not have thought of a better way to end our great times at CES, “Expanding your view” and now “Linking your lives”, congratulations again from all of us at DisplayLink!
Jan 8, 2008
If you were to take a walk around the show floor at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, you'd probably think that big flat panels and wireless distribution of audio and video are the big stories of this year's show (also, wireless in general). But behind the scenes, DisplayLink is showing off what could be the most killer technology of all because of how practical it is: a multidisplay system for PCs and Macs that works off of USB. In other words, the video from your PC can be distributed across as many as six displays with little more than one USB cable from your system. Read The Full Article
Jan 7, 2008
IOGEAR IOGEAR booth 36526
Alereon WiMedia Booth South Hall 3, Booth #31642
Alereon Wireless USB Pavilion, South Hall 4, Booth #35625
Samsung Central Hall Booth #11033
LG South Hall 4 Booth #35557MP CES meeting place.
Kensington Private Meeting Suite at the Venetian
Toshiba Central Hall Booth #12814
Jan 6, 2008
Jan 5, 2008
Congratulations Kensington & Samsung, CES Innovations Honorees! We are proud to be a part of your innovative new products.
Computer Accessories – Kensington Docking Station
The Kensington sd200v Notebook Docking Station with Video, an easy docking solution that connects a monitor and peripherals with one USB plug.
Computer Peripherals – Samsung LCD Monitor
The SyncMaster 2263DX widescreen 22-inch LCD monitor allows screens to be connected via 2.0 USB rather than VGA and/or DVI.