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USB 2.0 to DVI Display Adapter (1920x1080)
This USB 2.0 Graphic Adapter allows you to quickly and easily add an additional monitor to your desktop or laptop. The connected monitor can be configured to either clone your primary screen or extend the Windows® desktop, allowing visibility of more applications at the same time.
The driver uses very few computer resources and offers a vast array of screen resolutions and color depths. This ensures that there is little difference in performance between a directly connected screen and a screen connected through the USB 2.0 Graphic Adapter.
It supports up to six simultaneous displays, including widescreen displays, extending your both desktop and your horizons. It operates at a maximum resolution of 1600x1200 (4:3) or 1920x1080 (16:9).
- Can easily mirror the main display
- Extend left, right, above, or below
- Can be rotated left, right, or upside-down
- DVI, VGA, and HDMI® support
- Maximum Resolution: 1600x1200 (4:3) or 1920x1080 (16:9) @60Hz, 32-bit
- Minimum Resolution: 1024x786 (@ 60, 70, 75, and 85 Hz, 32-bit)
- USB 2.0 powered - low power consumption
- Lossless compression
- Works with CRT, LCD, and projector displays
- Standard and widescreen aspect ratios
- Features high-performance DDR memory
- Uses a virtual driver
- Stackable by design with a small footprint
- Completely silent operation
- Onboard power and status indicator LEDs
- Portable, making for easy travel
Compatible Operating Systems:
- Windows 95, 98, 98SE, ME, NT, 2000, XP (32-bit), Windows Vista® (32 & 64-bit), Windows 7 (32 & 64-bit), Windows 8.1 (32 & 64-bit)
- Mac® OS 9.x, OS X® 10.1.x - 10.8.x
**Not compatible with PPC based macs**
- User's Manual for Windows (Sep 30, 2014)
- User's Manual for Windows (Apr 25, 2014)
- User's Manual for Windows (Aug 22, 2013)
- User's Manual for Windows (Apr 18, 2013)
- User's Manual for Windows (Oct 5, 2011)
- User's Manual for Windows (Aug 10, 2011)
- User's Manual for Mac OS X (Apr 22, 2013)
- User's Manual for Mac OS X (Oct 17, 2008)
- User's Manual for Linux (Apr 21, 2009)
- Drivers for Windows Vista, 7, 8, and 8.1 (32/64 bit) ver 7.7M0 (Sep 29, 2014)
- Drivers for Windows XP (32-bit), Vista, 7, 8, 8.1 (32/64 bit) ver 7.6M2 (Apr 25, 2014)
- Drivers for Windows XP/Vista/7/8 ver 7.4 (Aug 22, 2013)
- Drivers for Windows XP/Vista/7/8 ver 7.3 (Jul 12, 2013)
- Drivers for Windows XP/Vista/7 ver 6.0.34621 (Oct 7, 2011)
- Drivers for Windows 2000 ver 1.21 (Dec 7, 2010)
- Drivers for Mac OS X 10.6-10.9 ver 2.2 (Jun 10, 2014)
- Drivers for Mac OS X 10.6-10.8 ver 2.0 (Mar 22, 2013)
- Drivers for Mac OS X 10.4-10.7.2 ver 1.7 (Dec 8, 2011)
- Drivers for Mac OS X 10.4-10.6 ver 1.6 (May 26, 2011)
- Drivers for Linux (Oct 24, 2009)
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- 1x USB to DVI Adapter
- 1x Quick Start Guide
- 1x CD-ROM with User Guide and Installation Software
- 1x USB 2.0 Cable
- 1x DVI to VGA Adapter
- 1x DVI to HDMI Adapter
PROS: Easy setup with MacBook Air, downloaded drivers and works well.
Good video playback.
CONS: Slight lag with the mouse on the screen, takes a little bit to get used to but nothing you cant deal with.
PROS: Plug and play
PROS: Works well. I have a MacBook Pro 15" with a Thunderbolt Cinema Display and this unit driving a Dell display at 1600x1200. So three screens combined.
Works well, even Youtube videos show fine on it, slightly laggy for fast action but 100% fine for office applications (anything except games really).
Comes with lots of adapters for HDMI, DVI, VGA.
CONS: Doesn't have drivers for OS/X Lion, had to download them from DisplayLink site (easy).
If I use the latest drivers for OS/X Lion it works well BUT fast user switching causes screen glitches and sometimes beach balls. Unplugging it first from the USB port, then plugging it back in after switching solves the issue. Hoping for a fix in newer drivers.
I have a central 27" monitor driven directly from the laptop's DVI port, and four other monitors (19" portrait mode) all driven by these. I'm a designer, and always have lots of windows (email, browser, documentation, CAD tools, terminals, text editors etc) open all the time, and being able to spread things out over multiple monitors has been a big productivity enabler.
These appear to be either a re-badged or a minimally-modified DisplayLink reference design. When I changed laptops earlier this year I initially had a minor display driver issue, but I contacted DisplayLink directly and they were able to sort it out within an hour.
Yes, being USB 2.0, it is possible to see a small amount of tearing if I drag a window quickly. So what. I'm not playing twitch games, I'm working, and only a small portion of the screen is being updated at any one time, so this is never an issue. That being said, I've occasionally had video running on one of my external monitors, and I've never noticed a quality issue.
PROS: Easy to use
Quick to set up
Good support directly from DisplayLink
CONS: None I can think of
PROS: Performance was outstanding. I expected some lag, but cannot see any.
Nice assortment of adapters USB, DVI, VGA. Reallly nice to not have to order separately.
Wonderfully small form factor
Comes with necessary drivers
Easy to install
CONS: The only negative is that the drivers load an extra display in my system [Windows XP SP3]. When I have 2 physical displays, three show in the administrative pannel. Could not get rid of the extra one. Finally went to registry, made a backup, deleted some lines, and held my breath. Upon reboot I was back down to 2 displays. Second XP machine behaved same way.