Nov 23, 2011

Engadget touts DisplayLink enabled I-O DATA USB 3 DVI Adapter

Engadget reports that now there is no need to throw out the old to bring in the new. Your aged monitor can get a reprieve with I-O DATA's DisplayLink enabled USB 3 DVI adapter. Available in Japan, the I-O DATA USB-RGB3/D USB 3.0 to DVI display adapter pushes video up to 2048x1152 resolutions, enabling high-performance, full-screen HD video, 3D games, rich 2D graphics and multi-channel audio.

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Nov 21, 2011

DisplayLink Chip Powers Japan’s First USB 3 Graphics Adapter from I-O DATA


DisplayLink and I-O DATA DEVICE (www.iodata.com) today announced the availability of  the I-O DATA USB-RGB3/D USB 3.0 to DVI display adapter. Incorporating the DisplayLink DL-3100 chip for connectivity and virtual graphics, it is the first USB 3.0 enabled display adapter to ship in Japan.

Featuring the robust DisplayLink 3.0 video comperession and support for resolutions up to 2048x1152, including 1080p, even the newest notebooks, netbooks and PCs can enjoy the benfits of multi-screen computing. And with the throughput of SuperSpeed USB 3.0, those monitors will display high-performance, full-screen HD video, 3D games, rich 2D grpahics and multi-channel audio.

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Nov 8, 2011

3D Rendering Made Possible on GPUs and DisplayLink Adapters

Thanks to the researchers at Bell Labs, an experimental Linux infrastructure can now enable 3D rendering  to be performed on a GPU and displayed on DisplayLink adapters.

Read entire post on Slashdot "Experimental Virtual Graphics Port Support For Linux."