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In getting more background from this talk, it was great to review the videos on ndiyo.org and displaylink.org with all the history and background on the concept of low-cost multiseat. Didn’t want too much history in slides, but it will come up verbally, and it’s a rich and interesting history. The one comment the presentation […]
Using a single USB port on your laptop or desktop, connect to an extra display, speakers, ethernet, and 4 USB 2.0 ports. Works with any Windows PC brand: Acer, Compaq, Dell, HP, Gateway, Lenovo, Sony, Toshiba, etc. Drivers for Mac OS X 10.7 and 10.8 available.
[Update March 2011, the Plugable DC-125 USB Docking Client has launched] At the annual Linux Plumber’s Conference next week in Portland, OR, I’ve signed up for a session Wednesday afternoon on plug and play multiseat. The hope is to discuss and encourage integrating support for this scenario and hardware into Linux. Love the conference name. […]
Launching products: niche vs. mass market A VC-funded chip company like DisplayLink must shoot for horizontal/mass markets. But the most compelling, defensible value propositions may be downstream among the more specific/vertical niche products that the technology enables.
A FedEx truck pulled into the driveway this morning. Ring – Ring. Delivered a box, addressed to me. It was marked “perishable”, from “The Secret Spoon” company. No other description on the otherwise white box. Wow, weird. What is this? My birthday isn’t this month – must be work related. Here I am just in […]