Sep 25, 2008

DisplayLink & EVGA Hit Laptop Magazine

There's no easier way to add an additional display than a USB graphics adapter. Well, of course we think that. But we chose to put our money where our mouth is and tell that story to the world.

Check out the new EVGA UV Plus+ and DisplayLink ads in the October issue of Laptop Magazine.

Sep 15, 2008

Multi-Display Goes Wireless


To the delight of those who relish a clean desktop, IOGEAR has introduced a wireless USB graphics adapter and Kensington unveiled a new Wireless USB docking station.

Kensington Wireless USB Docking Station
Why deal with plugging and unplugging your USB peripherals each time you want to use them? Simply connect all of your USB devices and external monitor into the Kensington Wireless USB Docking Station and gain quick access to them from your Wireless USB enabled notebook. No need to waste time getting yourself connected-print, access a hard drive and use your external monitor in seconds.
The Kensington Wireless USB Docking Station (model number 33920) is available now on the Dell website for $219.

IOGEAR GUW2015
Don’t care about your messy desk? Well the new IOGEAR adapters are also great for transmitting 720p video, presentations, spreadsheets and more across the room to standard displays, projectors and even HDTVs.

The IOGEAR GUW2015V is expected to be available in October 2008 for $229.95 (MSRP) from all major catalog and online resellers, as well as select retail outlets.

Sep 3, 2008

Intel Demos Quad Displays at IDF



Multi-tasking aficionados have a chance to rejoice as DisplayLink and Intel introduced quad monitor support for next generation systems featuring Intel®4 Series Express Chipsets. Quad-monitor technology combines DisplayLink’s USB network display software with the Intel® 4 Series Express Chipset Family for desktop and notebook PCs, where, the technology outputs images on up to four displays at the same time - two integrated displays plus two DisplayLink (USB) enabled displays.



No extra graphics cards are required, making it easier, faster and less expensive for desktop and notebook users to achieve the benefits of multi-monitor computing. People can rely on a familiar USB interface to simply plug and view in multi-monitor mode, gaining more capabilities and productivity since they can spread several applications over four displays while viewing everything at once.



With DisplayLink USB graphics connection technology, users with PCs based on the Intel® 4 Series Express Chipset Family can easily connect to external peripherals they need without sacrificing performance, mobility or cost.



The DisplayLink graphics solution supported by the Intel® 4 Series Express Chipset Family is optimized for Windows Vista Basic and Ultimate Windows Vista Aero where accelerating video playback and high-definition images look more realistic. In addition, DisplayLink is optimized for DVD playback without compromising performance.



“Together with DisplayLink USB graphics technology, PC users now have the added capability to multitask and increase productivity with multiple screen outputs using PCs based on the Intel® 4 Series Express Chipset Family,” says Eric Mentzer, Graphics Development Group General Manager, Intel Corporation.