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Archive for November 9th, 2012

Some interesting USB devices to add more than 2 monitors to your PC or Mac (via: USB Graphics – Graphic solutions GeForce & Radeon)

Posted by jpluimers on 2012/11/09

Thanks to Matthijs ter Woord who pointed me to these.

They require a single Intel®, Nvidia®, or AMD® primary WDDM driver. That driver does the actual rendering, the USB device then gets the rendered parts over USB to the monitor.

The really cool thing is: they work on a PC with Windows XP and higher, and on  Mac with OS X Tiger or better.

The chipsets are based on DisplayLink technology; they have their own USB devices as well.

USB2.0 to DVI-I Graphics

CSV-2000D – SenseVision USB Graphics – USB2.0 to DVI-I

USB2.0 to DVI-I graphics devices let you easily add an additional monitor to your notebook PC, desktop and MacBook®. The Club 3D SenseVision USB2.0 to DVI-I Graphics allows you to extend your desktop display beyond 1080p HD resolution displays. … View Details

USB2.0 to HDMI Graphics

CSV-2000H – SenseVision USB Graphics – USB2.0 to HDMI

USB2.0 to HDMI graphics devices let you easily add an additional monitor to your notebook PC, desktop and MacBook®. The Club 3D SenseVision USB2.0 to HDMI Graphics allows you to extend your desktop display beyond 1080p HD resolution displays. … View Details

–jeroen

via: USB Graphics – Graphic solutions GeForce & Radeon.

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