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Sewell USB-to-DVI / VGA / HDMI adapter does 2,048 x 1,152

Posted in Adapters by Conner Flynn on November 22nd, 2009

Sewell USB-to-DVI / VGA / HDMI adapter does 2,048 x 1,152 It’s been awhile since we’ve seen a truly useful display adapter. Sewell’s latest will come in handy if you need to forcefully push high-def signals through USB. The Minideck USB-to-DVI / VGA / HDMI (video only) adapter uses the DisplayLink DL-195 chip, which gives you support for resolutions as high as 2,048 x 1,152, so 1080p and 1,920 x 1,200 LCD monitors are taken care of.

Pretty cool. And it doesn’t matter if your PC is new or old. Since it doesn’t require a newer Core i7 rig to operate, so your old laptop should be able to handle powering a 24-inch LCD via a standard USB socket.

World’s smallest VGA display

Posted in News by Conner Flynn on June 12th, 2009

World's smallest VGA displayGetting video on a small screen is not a huge thing and it’s not new. But how about video on a screen that’s insanely small? Kopin has managed to pack a liquid-crystal display (LCD) with VGA resolution (600 x 480 pixels) onto a screen that measures just over a quarter-inch diagonally. To put that into perspective, that means that the individual color dots are 2.9 x 8.7 micrometers. A typical piece for paper is about 100 micrometers thick.

So who is going to use such a tiny screen? Who is this screen for? Kopin thinks the new screen is a stepping stone on the way to creating a screen with 2,048 x 2,048-pixel resolution the size of a postage stamp. Great HD quality…If you are an ant.

IOGEAR Wireless USB to VGA Kit gets friendly with HDTV

Posted in Adapters by Nino Marchetti on August 27th, 2008

IOGEAR Wireless USB to VGA Kit

IOGEAR has been on a tear of late with new connectivity products for your computer living experience. One of the latest is the Wireless USB to VGA Kit, priced around $230.

The IOGEAR Wireless USB to VGA Kit, according to IOGEAR, enables HD video streaming between a PC and TV or projector up to 720p in a home or office. It works from up to 30 feet away on a HDTV and lets one make use of the TV’s picture-in-picture feature to watch a show and look at a computer display at the same time.