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|3rd March 2009, 22:57||#1|
Join Date: Nov 2004
HIS Multi-View DVI
Many people, myself included, have often wished for an easier way to connect multiple displays. Perhaps you don't have the money for multiple video cards. Or maybe your laptop doesn't have a video-out. Or maybe you just want to connect six monitors. That's a lot of maybe's, I know, but Hightech Information Systems (HIS for short) has developed a solution to solve all of those problems.
Meet the HIS Multi-View. This particular model has a DVI-out and is small enough to take anywhere. Being portable is a huge advantage in today's market with all the hustle and bustle of life. If you have a need to connect multiple monitors to your laptop, there is no better solution. It needs no external power supply and requires only a USB cable to connect up to your PC. Simply install the software, plug it into the DVI port or cable on your display (or VGA through use of the included adapter), and plug the other end into the computer via the USB port. It really is that easy.
Last edited by geoffrey : 3rd March 2009 at 23:09.
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