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DisplayLink DL-5500 to support 4K video via USB 3.0 connection

DisplayLink DL-5500 to support 4K video via USB 3.0 connection

A few years ago if you wanted to run multiple monitors, you needed a video card with multiple outputs or multiple video cards in your PC. DisplayLink came along and offered a way to connect an additional monitor to your machine using a USB port. With the faster USB 3.0 ports common on PCs today, DisplayPort has been upping its resolution and performance.

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4K video transfer over WiGig to be demonstrated at Intel Developer Forum

4K video transfer over WiGig to be demonstrated at Intel Developer Forum

For the time being, consumers have gotten a look at WiGig technology through select vendors, with the technology having begun to pick up speed in recent times as more devices are offered with it. That speed increase will be coming in a different way in the near future, however, with DisplayLink and Wilocity announcing that it will demonstrate 4K video delivery with the technology at the Intel Developer Forum.

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AOC 16-inch portable monitor arrives with USB 3.0 in tow

AOC 16-inch portable monitor arrives with USB 3.0 in tow

A lot of us could use a second display nowadays, but if you travel a lot and rely on your laptop to get a lot of work done, not only are you limited to a small screen, but it's hard to take a second display around with you. However, AOC just outed a new 16-inch monitor that is powered by only a single USB 3.0 cable.

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Kensington unveils DisplayLink USB 3.0 docks for home and office

Kensington unveils DisplayLink USB 3.0 docks for home and office

Kensington has been making all sorts of accessories for computers and tablets for a long time. The company has unveiled a pair of new docking stations that notebook users who take their machine with them to and from the home or office frequently will find useful. Both of these docking stations use DisplayLink technology to allow users to add a secondary larger screen.

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DisplayLink debuts first USB 3.0 graphics adapter at IDF 2011

DisplayLink debuts first USB 3.0 graphics adapter at IDF 2011

DisplayLink has announced the first USB 3.0 graphics adapter this week at IDF 2011. DisplayLink has been offering USB graphics adapters making it easy to add more screens to your computer for a while now. The new adapter that has been announced is the first to take advantage of the faster USB 3.0 port. The adapter using USB 3.0 that has been unveiled is by a company called Winstars and is dubbed the SuperSpeed USB 3.0 to HDMI adapter.

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Sunix VGA2788 USB 3.0 to HDMI adapter supports Full HD

Sunix VGA2788 USB 3.0 to HDMI adapter supports Full HD

DisplayLink's USB graphics technology has made adding multiple screens to notebooks straightforward, but there's always a limit on performance thanks to the throughput potential of USB 2.0. Unsurprisingly, then, the latest breed of USB display adapters, such as Sunix's imminent VGA2788, turn to USB 3.0 to allow for Full HD 1080p support.

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DisplayLink turns iPad into second display for computers

DisplayLink turns iPad into second display for computers

DisplayLink has announced a new app for the iPad that turns the Apple tablet into a secondary screen for your display. This isn't the first app for this type, but it’s the first to come from DisplayLink App and it makes the iPad a secondary screen for Windows notebooks.

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MMT Monitor2Go 15.4-inch USB secondary display ideal for road-warriors

MMT Monitor2Go 15.4-inch USB secondary display ideal for road-warriors

MMT has outed a new USB external monitor intended for road-warriors desperate for extra screen real-estate. The MMT Monitor2Go is a 15.4-inch, 1280 x 800 folding, twisting secondary display using DisplayLink's virtual GPU technology to hook up via your laptop's USB port rather than a graphics output. It has a built-in stand or can be propped in portrait or landscape orientation.

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Sewell unveils cool HDdeck to convert USB to HDMI

Sewell unveils cool HDdeck to convert USB to HDMI

If you have a notebook or other computer that lacks an HDMI output and you are really hankering to get the content from the computer onto the big screen in your living room, Sewell has the perfect adapter for you. The adapter is called the HDdeck USB to HDMI adapter and it is part number SW-31000.

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Pixel Qi wired/wireless d-screen-Qi10 companion displays outed

Pixel Qi wired/wireless d-screen-Qi10 companion displays outed

Pixel Qi already offer their 3qi multi-mode display as a bare panel for those wanting to upgrade their 10-inch ultraportables, but now the company has confirmed that Display Solutions AG have used their panels for a range of USB and wireless USB companion displays.  The Display Solutions d-screen-Qi10 pairs a 10.1-inch 1024 x 600 3qi display with the company's own d-screen-HYBRID driver board, which can be hooked up via USB, wireless USB or ethernet.

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DisplayLink USB 3.0 Chip Focusing on Any Device, Any Display Connectivity

DisplayLink USB 3.0 Chip Focusing on Any Device, Any Display Connectivity

At this year's IDF, it looks like one of the main focuses is connectivity. After Intel outlined their own plans to feature "smart devices," with a focus on their connectivity, it looks like it's time for DisplayLink to keep their promise made at the end of the year, last year. And sure enough, the company has just made official their newest USB 3.0 chip platform.

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Diamond BVUMD3 USB Display Adapter supports 1080p HD

Diamond BVUMD3 USB Display Adapter supports 1080p HD

DisplayLink adapters capable of outputting 1080p Full HD are relatively rare beasts - so far we've spotted a Lenovo model on the market, for a heady $129 - so Diamond Multimedia's $75 BVUMD3 USB Display Adapter Plus tickles us exactly where we want it to: in our wallets.  The compact device allows you to hook up a DVI or VGA monitor to a regular USB 2.0 port on your PC, notebook or netbook, and you can plug in up to six at any one time.

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