DisplayLink has started working on making its USB graphics technology available on Windows 7. The company was showing off its USB graphics solutions on WinHEC 2008 conference for Microsoft engineers, developers, and product planners.
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DisplayLink is already in use on Windows machines and allows things like displays, projectors, laptop docks and more to connect to a host PC via a simple USB connection needing no graphics card to operate. The technology makes it much easier for users to add multiple monitors.
“DisplayLink engineers have started this important development work to make our customers’ transition to Windows 7 as smooth as possible,” said Hamid Farzaneh, DisplayLink president and CEO. “All of our software’s popular capabilities – like auto install, high-quality video, 32-bit true-color graphics, 3D support, and more – will be enhanced or extended to continue providing excellent multi-monitor computing experiences to all Windows users.”
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