Dual High-Definition Monitors and the Speed of USB 3.0
Sales situations, videoconferences, video post-production, architecture, CAD, and geology, and medical diagnostics have something in common: at times, they all require very a high-definition display, and they might need two HD monitors.
If image quality is crucial to you, and you may need dual monitors, then you want virtual graphics from DisplayLink. Now you can get stunning image quality, dual monitor operation, and fast USB 3 connection to peripherals. Numerous manufacturers build products, such as laptop dock stations with DisplayLink technology like the DL-3000 chip set inside. For the DL-3000 product brief, click here.
DisplayLink has stepped into the world of USB 3.0 with ground-breaking technology that enables manufacturers to deliver an amazing resolution of 2048 x 1152, but that’s just with the entry-level chip in the DL-3000 family. Three other DL-3000 chip models take you to a stunning 2560 x 1600 pixels, on dual monitors, with multiple audio channels and other peripherals attached via USB 3.0.
USB 3.0, the successor to USB 2.0, uses cables and receptacles with extra internal wiring that allows video to stream much faster through the cable and run multiple high-definition monitors. Of course, you don’t get this huge gain just by improving a cable. The DL-3000 chips and software (which installs on your PC) are works of genius when it comes to adaptive compression. What you see is an unbelievably sharp image at the maximum resolution your laptop and monitors can handle.
DL-3000 Best Uses
- Video post-production and broadcast
- High-resolution imaging: geophysical, radar, CAD
- Medical image display
- Videoconferencing + demonstrations / sales
- High-end sales presentations