Tritton external USB video cards offered at Best Buy

Shane McGlaun - Aug 18, 2009
Tritton external USB video cards offered at Best Buy

One of the big problems with adding more displays to some computers is that many desktop computers and all notebooks only have one video output. That means that the desktop user would often need another video card. Not so long ago that meant cracking open the computer and installing a new internal video card.

Thankfully, notebook and desktop users can now get more displays on their computers via a USB video card. Tritton has announced that it is now selling its external USB video cards via and in Best Buy retail outlets.

That means you can walk in, pick up your own external video card solution, and add more displays to your computer by simply plugging in a USB device. The Tritton See2 UV150 is a VGA device with a resolution of up to 1600 x 1200 selling for $49.99. The See2 Xtreme is a DVI device supporting resolutions of up to 1920 x 1200 selling for $79.99.

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