As computers continue to advance in computing power the need to display more information is greater than ever. Our USB display adapters are based on DisplayLink technology and the driver limit until now has been 6 USB attached monitors. Now, with the DisplayLink 7.5 M1 driver (and higher) and our Plugable USB graphics adapters and […]
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A little over a year ago I wrote a blog post discussing the state of USB Graphics on Linux systems, specifically, Fedora 18. What follows is an update on the situation, looking at both Fedora 20 and Ubuntu 13.10, and examining how far we have come, and how far we still have to go. The […]
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 […]
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 […]
Connect extra VGA monitors to any laptop or desktop (one adapter required per monitor, up to 6 on Windows or 4 on Mac)! Supports resolutions up to 1600×1200 or 1920×1080 (widescreen). Based on DisplayLink DL-165 chip.
We use DisplayLink chipsets in all our USB 3.0 and 2.0 graphics adapters and docking station products. These drivers may be installed with or without the hardware present yet. The final configuration will then be completed automatically when hardware is plugged in. Only some of our USB-C docks and graphics adapters use DisplayLink, so if […]