Kensington Dual Monitor Adapter, lets you plug in a second screen via USB

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Kensington  Dual  Monitor Adapter, lets you plug in a second screen via USB

If any product will push DisplayLink into the mainstream it's this.

For just $115, it allows you to add a second screen to your computer over USB rather than D-SUB or DVI. It's compact, but a little messy - there's no VESA mount.

It doesn't integrate extra buttons into Windows applications and it only supports resolutions of up to 1440 x 900 or 1280 x 1024, where ideally it would support more standard resolutions, up to 1680 x 1050 or 1600 x 1200. But it worked smoothly and, importantly, it's cheap, making it ideal if you need to add a screen to your system on a tight budget.

Kensington Dual Monitor Adapter
4 6
Verdict
Feeling the need for a second screen? This little gadget allows you to add a second screen to your computer over USB rather than D-SUB or DVI
Overall
Specs
$115
• Kensington Technology Group : www.au.kensington.com
This review appeared in the June, 2009 issue of PC & Tech Authority Magazine
Copyright © Alphr, Dennis Publishing
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