Village Tronic VTBook Notebook Multi Monitor Solution Review

Posted: Mar 9 2007, 1:18pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:12am CDT, in News | I4U Gadget Reviews

 

Village Tronic VTBook Notebook Multi Monitor Solution Review
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If you use your notebook in your office or at a desk as much as you use it on the road you may have wished for a larger display on your system more than once. Usually you can run one external display from your notebook but if you want more monitors you are out of luck.

At least you were out of luck until Village Tronic and the VTBook came along. VTBook is a PC card that has its own GPU and RAM inside allowing you to run an additional DVI or VGA display easily.Review excerpt: “Setting up the VTBook is as easy as plugging it into your computer while powered off and turning the computer on. Install the included software and you are ready to connect your additional displays. My test unit didn’t include the optional cable to allow the use of three displays.” Read the full Village Tronic VTBook Notebook Multi Monitor Solution Review here.

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