Jan 27, 2010

Dock This Way

For those of us who use a universal docking station, we understand its benefits of a single USB cable to any computer to manage USB peripherals including additional displays, a less cluttered desktop, and a hot-desk environment for remote workers.

HP and DisplayLink have teamed up on a site that describes the benefits of universal docking, and why it can be one of the best additions to your notebook, netbook or PC setup. Check it out here:

Jan 19, 2010

Fall In Love with Your Notebook Again

Samsung Lapfit is an innovative form factor monitor that is designed specifically to add workspace to your notebook computing experience. With a simple USB cable, gorgeous multi-display productivity is at your fingertips.

Check out this fun YouTube video to see how you too, can fall in love with notebook computing again.

Jan 15, 2010

DisplayLink USB 3 on TV

Did you miss us at CES 2010?

If so, check out this simple snapshot of our USB 3.0 virtual graphics technology demo. That's right, a development system was running smooth, high quality video over USB 3.0 and displaying it on a 1080p HDTV.

You can view the CES demo if you missed it on a video by Synopsys.

Rock the Dock

At CES 2010, HP unveiled its HP USB Media Docking Station with DisplayLink USB virtual graphics technology. This dock is a sweet addition to any laptop up to 17", featuring one simple USB connection to four USB ports, Ethernet, audio jacks for microphones and headphones, and a VGA monitor port. The entire dock slides neatly into the notebook stand to provide a sleek workspace and has four Altec Landsing speakers and a sub woofer for 2.1 channel high-def audio.

This rocking dock is available at http://www.hp.com/ in March for just $179.

Jan 7, 2010

USB 3.0 In Action at CES 2010

Lucky CES attendees are today getting a sneak peak of the next generation DisplayLink USB 3.0 virtual graphics technology.

DisplayLink USB 2.0 virtual graphics technology is found in peripherals from dozens of of vendors today, providing excellent support for productivity applications and even full-screen video playback.

USB 3.0 will take USB virtual graphics to the next level, providing:

  • Ultra-high resolution support across multiple monitors
  • Full HD (1080p) video playback
  • Support for 3D gaming over USB
  • Plenty of bandwidth for other peripherals, such as hard drives, gigabit Ethernet, MP3 players, and video players, without any impact on video performance
  • Seamless fall-back support to USB 2.0 for legacy platforms
The USB 3.0 graphics technology at CES is expected to be included in future DisplayLink chips, being released later this year.

Jan 6, 2010

HP and DisplayLink Create a Buzz at CES 2010

At CES Unveiled, a press only event in Las Vegas, DisplayLink and HP demonstrated HD resolution USB graphics adapters and the HP USB 2.0 Docking Stations. Our friends at PC Perspective took a great shot of the product in action.

DisplayLink will be showcasing USB 3.0 innovations and new docking stations, adapters and other peripherals in the USB Tech Zone (30769 South Hall) this week at CES 2010.

Visit the booth, mention this blog, and nab a USB graphics adapter while supplies last.