Triple Head DisplayPort to DVI Multi Monitor Adapter Expands Desktop Across Three DVI Monitors

The SP123DP2DVI DisplayPort to DVI Triple Monitor Desktop Expansion Module clones or spans the video output from a single DisplayPort video card across three DVI monitors, delivers an optimized viewing environment for a broad range of applications

Groveport, OH - StarTech.com, a leading manufacturer of hard -to -find connectivity and technology parts has announced the release of the SP123DP2DVI Triple Head DisplayPort to DVI Multi Monitor Adapter, which expands the video output from a DisplayPort video card/source across three DVI -D monitors.


The graphics expansion module can be used to span the DisplayPort image output across three monitors or clone the primary output image onto the displays - a convenient solution for a broad range of applications including creating ultra -widescreen environments for digital signage video walls, viewing/editing panoramic videos/graphics, playing simulation -based games and more.

StarTech.com's SP123DP2DVI Triple Head DisplayPort to DVI Multi Monitor Adapter (MSRP: $299.99 USD) is available directly from StarTech.com as well as from distribution partners Ingram Micro, Tech Data, D&H, SYNNEX and ASI, as well as from leading technology resellers Provantage, CDW and PC Connection.

For more information about this announcement, please contact Andrew Stephen at 1 -800 -265 -1844 ext. 1248 or astephen@startech.com.


About StarTech.com
StarTech.com is an ISO 9001:2000 Registered manufacturer of hard -to find connectivity and technology parts including A/V products, computer parts, cables and server management solutions. Founded in 1985, StarTech.com has locations in the United States, Canada, Europe and Taiwan, servicing a worldwide market.

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