Category Archives: Display

surface

Having issues with your Surface and blank DisplayLink screens? We can help!

Since mid-November, a small percentage of Surface Pro 1/2/3 users have reported issues with blank screens on their DisplayLink displays after rebooting from the installation of Windows Updates. In the cases that we’ve seen, things appear to be functional at the software level – Windows still shows the USB-attached displays as present and active, but […]

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Plugable UGA-4KDP

New Adapter from Plugable Technologies Enables 4K Ultra HD Monitors up to 3840×2160 on Nearly Any USB 3.0 Capable Windows 7 and Higher System

Ultra HD 4K monitors with resolutions up to 3840×2160 are starting to move into the mainstream. Many Windows-based tablets and laptops shipped in recent years don’t yet support this new generation of displays, and certainly don’t support connecting more than one of them to a Windows PC. We’re excited to announce the Plugable UGA-4KDP USB […]

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Plugable UGA-4KDP USB 3.0 Ultra HD 4K DisplayPort Adapter for Multiple Monitors up to 3840×2160

Features Plugable is proud to be the first company in the USA to offer a 4K USB graphics adapter based on the DL-5500 chipset! Highest performance USB graphics solution available. Combines both video and audio over a single USB cable and DisplayPort cable Connect up to 16 total monitors with resolutions as high as 3840×2160 […]

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Plugable Launches the HDMI to VGA Adapter Cable

The new Plugable Passive HDMI to VGA adapter cable is a fantastic new product that does, quite literally, one thing. It allows you to connect your HDMI outputting devices to a VGA input like a monitor or projector. The HDMI to VGA adapter cable is truly a great advance. As chips have gotten smaller we’ve […]

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Plugable Launches Dual Display USB 3.0 to HDMI/DVI and Ethernet Adapter for Windows (USB3-3900DHE)

With just a couple of display cables and an Ethernet cable, Plugable’s new USB3-3900DHE lets you turn your Windows tablet or laptop into a traveling productivity powerhouse. Featuring a minimalist design that maximizes the functionality of the DisplayLink DL-3900 chip, the USB3-3900DHE is a perfect companion for any business traveler with a Windows laptop or […]

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Upgrade to OS X 10.9 (Mavericks) Will Likely Break Existing Multi-Monitor Setups that Use Plugable USB Display Adapters and Docking Stations

Testing by Plugable of Mac OS X 10.9 (Mavericks) has exposed changes that will break multi-monitor setups that use Plugable USB display adapters or docking stations for more than one monitor. This includes configurations that are currently working under OS X 10.8.5 (Mountain Lion) and 10.7.5 (Lion). The testing was done on the Golden Master […]

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Long VGA Cables and EDID

Some projectors and TVs won’t display anything when connected to a computer via the USB 3.0 to VGA graphics adapter, however they do display when connected to a computer via the VGA port or a USB 2.0 VGA adapter. What is going on here? DisplayLink’s USB 3.0 generation products have a different behavior from the […]

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DisplayLink Apple Mac OS X 2.1 Beta now available

DisplayLink has released a beta of their new version 2.1 drivers (Sept, 2013) for Apple Mac OS X 10.6 – 10.9. This new 2.1 driver has many improvements over the previous Mac OS X version 2.0 drivers (March, 2013). In short, it’s a must-have install for Mac users on 10.8.5 and earlier. It supports all […]

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DisplayLink Releases New Windows Driver Version 7.2 M0

Yesterday DisplayLink released the latest driver v7.2 M0 for Windows. We’ve been testing it here at Plugable and so far the results are very positive. Among other things, we’re excited that it fixes a number of recent compatibility and performance issues found with Windows 8 Metro apps. We recommend downloading this driver version for all […]

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USB Graphics Support on Mac Gets A Double Boost

USB is the easiest way to connect one or more extra monitors to a computer, but drivers are required to make it all work. Two events this week have made attaching multiple monitors to Mac OS X systems better: On Thursday March 14th, Apple released OS X 10.8.3, which fixed some key bugs in Mac […]

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