New Gefen Adapter Gives HD Access through USB Port

USB to DVI Adapter supports both VGA and DVI dispalys.

CHATSWORTH, CA - A new USB to DVI Graphics Adapter from Gefen offers a handy way to connect additional displays to all Windows XP and Vista operating systems available today, and now for Mac OS X as well.


This tiny adapter allows a plug and play connection of a DVI or VGA display to any USB 2.0 port so you can add digital video displays or projectors to your laptop and personal computer for simultaneous video delivery without needing a DVI port. Output video is delivered in the DVI -I format, allowing for either VGA or DVI display compatibility.

The Gefen USB to DVI Graphics Adapter (MSRP $129) enables users to tweak their video performance, offering a variety of screen resolutions up to 1600x1200. These built -in features ensure video performance is of a similar quality as the main display connected through the DVI port.

Users also have the option of having the USB connected display mirror the main display or extend the desktop to provide increased visibility and the ability to view several applications at the same time in a multiple display situation. Testing has shown that up to six USB to DVI Graphics Adapters can be connected to any one personal computer with a reliable delivery of video to all six displays.

Details and complete specifications are available here:
http://www.gefen.com/kvm/product.jsp?prod_id=4517

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