May 13, 2011
Shopping has never been more entertaining or informative. Coming soon to a retail shelf near you, Display Solutions AG, experts in the areas of LCD TFT special solutions, and Impuls TV, an operating company for Digital Signage projects at POS/POI has introduced the world’s first Mini USB/Multi Cell LCD TFT module that allows informative, entertaining and accurate product information to be displayed on retail shelves.
Using DisplayLink's USB virtual graphics technology, a single computer can enable connectivity of up to 6 units and up to 66 displays, giving retailers the ability to visually and verbally connect with their consumers like never before.
DisplayLink Announces OEM Availability of the World’s First Single Chip SuperSpeed USB 3.0 to Dual 1080p Display Controller
The award winning SuperSpeed USB (USB 3.0) DL-3000 series of display controller chips with virtual technology is available now to OEMs, but consumers and business alike won't have to wait too much longer. Devices are expected to reach the market in Q3, 2011.
Incorporating USB 2.0, 3.0, HDMI, DVI, VGA DAC, and Gigabit Ethernet, the DisplayLink DL-3000 delivers true USB plug and play connectivity, allowing the seamless sharing of media content between notebooks and other HD devices that is rich in performance and resolution.
"This is an exciting time for our OEM partners and for the consumers that will benefit from a new host of next-generation of entertainment and business PC devices," said Dennis Crespo, executive vice president of marketing and business development at DisplayLink. "The DisplayLink DL-3000 series further strengthens our leadership position in the USB graphics market as we continue to produce innovative, high-quality products that customers have come to rely upon.
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May 12, 2011
DisplayLink joined Targus in a technology partnership that supports Targus' new Zero Client Mini Docking Station. Incorporating DisplayLink's USB virtual graphics, the Mini docking station enables multi-seat computing for up to 14 users to simultaneously share the processing power of just one computer. Businesses can now run multiple user workstations from one dedicated PC, thus reducing the host hardware equipment, as well, decreasing cost.
"Targus is a major global player and its commitment to the zero client market is proof that shared computing is on the rise," said Dennis Crespo, DisplayLink executive vice president of marketing and business development. "We are excited to team with Targus and provide easy to use enterprise computing solutions."
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May 6, 2011
If you're in Las Vegas next week, May 8-12, stop by the DisplayLink booth (#2327) during Interop Las Vegas, see what everyone is raving about.
May 3, 2011
For everyone looking for a docking station and would like to get one at no cost, HP is having a great 3 DAY SALE! Just purchase a selected ProBook notebook and you can get a USB Docking Station for FREE! Now that's a deal.