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 […]
Category Archives: UGA-3000
Two important Windows 7 compatibility notices, for users of DisplayLink devices: 1) A Windows update deployed by Microsoft on 2/27/2013 is leaving Windows systems in Basic mode, which then causes problems with older DisplayLink drivers prior to 6.3 M1, including the very common 5.6 M1 version. The particular update causing the breakage appears to be […]
Today DisplayLink released their new Windows Driver Version 7.1 M1 (7.1.45135.0). We’re excited to have this new driver out, as it fixes a number of last issues that let us recommend the latest 7.X drivers over the earlier 5.X and 6.X series drivers, on all versions of Windows. All of Plugable’s current and past USB […]
We’re seeing a number of reports that nVidia’s drivers for certain chipsets dated October 2012 and later have problems in the presence of DisplayLink drivers. When things like this have happened in the past, DisplayLink has released updates which “catch up” to nVidia’s newer drivers. Unfortunately, as of the current DisplayLink release (7.1 M0 just […]
Plugable is excited to be launching our new Plugable UGA-3000 USB 3.0 / 2.0 to VGA / DVI / HDMI Adapter for Multiple Monitors on Windows. It’s available today in the USA from Amazon.com and 27 countries in Europe, through Amazon.co.uk. It’s basically the USB 3.0 version of our most popular USB 2.0 adapter, the […]
Connect VGA, DVI, or HDMI monitors to your Windows or Mac (one adapter required per monitor, up to 6 on Windows PCs) via USB 3.0 or 2.0. Supports resolutions up to 2048×1152 (1920×1080 with Analog VGA).