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Plethora Of New DisplayLink Certified Devices Hit The Market

PALO ALTO, Calif. - Dec. 13, 2010 – Underscoring the strength of DisplayLink Corp.’s USB virtual graphics technology, a variety of new computing peripherals including universal docks, monitors and adapters have recently been introduced that both incorporate DisplayLink USB virtual graphics chips and meet rigorous DisplayLink Certified Program criteria. The DisplayLink Certified Program provides compatibility and performance testing carried out within the DisplayLink Labs, assuring that DisplayLink technology-enabled products provide a seamless USB virtual graphics experience. Products that reach the high levels of quality and interoperability feature a DisplayLink Certified logo. “DisplayLink innovations have become the recognized solution for simplifying connectivity and creating amazing computing experiences via USB graphics,” says Dennis Crespo, executive vice president of marketing and business development for DisplayLink. “Our many customers share the vision of making computing more productive for business, more entertaining for consumers, and as simple as possible for everyone. Together we’re proving that ‘DisplayLink Certified’ is a name to look for and trust.” DisplayLink customers are continuing to innovate with USB virtual graphics. Some of the most recent members and newly certified products include: • IOGear’s Wireless HDMI Computer to TV Kit, which delivers high-definition video from computers to home entertainment centers, using wireless USB technology. • Plugable’s USB 2.0 Universal Docking Station and USB 2.0 Graphics Adapter. • Atlona’s AT-HDPIX2 USB to HDMI Converter, which makes it easy for consumers to view content from computers on their HDTV. • MMT Field Monitor Pro, a portable monitor solution for accountants working in the field. • Q-Waves PC-to-TV wireless USB kit, which enables users to stream from any laptop, netbook or PC directly to TV screens. • Sewell’s Minideck USB to DVI, VGA and HDMI Adapter. • Soundgraph’s Finger VU 895S 8.9-inch mini-monitor. • Taeseok’s 15.6-inch computer monitor. Manufacturers with products in the DisplayLink Certified Program include, but are not limited to, Asus, Arkview, Century, Diamond Multimedia, EVGA, Fujitsu, InFocus, Logitech, Lenovo, Nanovision, Kensington, HP, IOGear, Plugable, Sewell, Soundgraph, Toshiba, Targus, Village Tronic, and Winstars. Those manufacturers interested in joining may email certified@displaylink.com. About DisplayLink DisplayLink Corp. is a chips and software company that enables easy virtual graphics connectivity between computers and displays over standard interfaces such as USB, wireless USB and Ethernet. DisplayLink technology is used in dozens of globally branded PC accessories including monitors, docking stations, display adapters, projectors, and zero client systems that enable expansion of the desktop visual workspace at significantly lower cost and energy than traditional solutions. DisplayLink is ranked the fourth fastest growing EMEA Company by Deloitte, and was awarded the CES 2011 Best of Innovation Award Honoree in the Enabling Technologies category for its forthcoming Interactive Networked Graphics for SuperSpeed USB. For more information and product details visit the DisplayLink Shop and follow DisplayLink on Facebook and Twitter. # # # DisplayLink is a trademark of DisplayLink Corporation. All other trade names and trademarks referenced are the property of their respective owners.
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