Helping to make it even easier for PC users to work and play on multiple monitors, quad-monitor technology developed by DisplayLink, for the Intel® 4 Series Express Chipset Family optimises quad monitor computing for notebooks and desktops.
DisplayLink brings multi-monitor computing to the Intel® 4 Series Express Chipset Family
Quad-monitor technology combines DisplayLink's USB network display software with the Intel® 4 Series Express Chipset Family for desktop and notebook PCs, where, the technology outputs images on up to four displays at the same time - two integrated displays plus two DisplayLink (USB) enabled displays.
No extra graphics cards are required, making it easier, faster and less expensive for desktop and notebook users to achieve the benefits of multi-monitor computing. Users can rely on a familiar USB interface to simply plug and view in multi-monitor mode, gaining more capabilities and productivity since they can spread several applications over four displays while viewing everything at once.
DisplayLink is exhibiting this solution for the first time at Intel Developer Forum (IDF) 2008 in booth #223.
"Intel is the world's largest graphics company, and its choice of DisplayLink's quad-monitoring technology validates the strength and performance of our product," said Dennis Crespo, Executive Vice President of Marketing and Business Development for DisplayLink. "Working together, we've developed the industry's easiest-to-implement quad-monitor solution for future generation laptops and desktops, particularly because users don't have to hassle with adding another graphics card."
With DisplayLink USB graphics connection technology, users with PCs based on the Intel® 4 Series Express Chipset Family can easily connect to external peripherals they need without sacrificing performance, mobility or cost.
The DisplayLink graphics solution supported by the Intel® 4 Series Express Chipset Family is optimized for Windows Vista Basic and Ultimate Windows Vista Aero where accelerating video playback and high-definition images look more realistic. In addition, DisplayLink is optimized for DVD playback without compromising performance.
"Together with DisplayLink USB graphics technology, PC users now have the added capability to multitask and increase productivity with multiple screen outputs using PCs based on the Intel® 4 Series Express Chipset Family," says Eric Mentzer, Graphics Development Group General Manager, Intel Corporation.
DisplayLink Corp. is a network display chip and software company that helps people create simple connections between computers and displays – via USB, making the benefits of expanded visual workspace available to everyone. Using universally accepted wired or wireless networking protocols and proprietary software compression techniques, graphically rich content can be transmitted easily between a single device and multiple displays over a network. Leading global manufacturers have integrated network display technology into an array of consumer electronics including USB-enabled monitors, video docking stations, display adapters and projectors. More information is at http://www.displaylink.com.
DisplayLink is a fabless network graphics semiconductor and software company, formed in 2003 to develop and exploit methods of delivering content to multiple flat panel displays from a single computer with the view that this technology could lower the costs of computing and thus make information technology much more widely available in developing countries.