Gefen Releases Integration Solutions for DiplayPort Users

Two new solutions from Gefen help DisplayPort users integrate and access their computer systems with ease.

CHATSWORTH, CA - Connectivity solutions provider Gefen today announced the availability of two new plug and play methods of system integration among computer systems using DisplayPort connectivity.


DisplayPort KVM Switcher

This KVM (keyboard, video, mouse) switcher offers a simple method of accessing any two computers from the same display, with the same USB 2.0 keyboard/mouse control. It saves space on the desktop, creating a more productive work environment. Switching between computers takes place using the IR remote or front -panel selector. Support for high definition video resolutions, hi -speed USB 2.0 peripherals and an audio output makes it ideally suited for today's computer systems.

DVI to Mini -DisplayPort Adapter

This adapter is designed for computer users who want to use a standard DVI port to connect a new flat panel display using mini -DisplayPort connectivity, such as the 24 -inch Apple Cinema Display. The DVI to Mini -DisplayPort Adapter can be used to connect a second display in mirrored mode to extend the desktop. This new Adapter joins Gefen's existing DisplayPort accessories, such as the Mini -DisplayPort to DVI Adapter, currently available. Both adapters support high definition resolutions at 1920x1200@60 Hz and come packaged in a small enclosure for easy installation.

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