Tuesday, August 2nd 2011

ZOTAC Announces Dual HDMI Output Adaptors

ZOTAC International, a leading innovator and the world’s largest channel manufacturer of graphics cards, motherboards and mini-PCs, today announces the ZOTAC DisplayPort to Dual HDMI and mini-DisplayPort to Dual HDMI adaptors designed to double display output capabilities on desktops and notebooks.

The ZOTAC Dual HDMI adaptors transform native DisplayPort and mini-DisplayPort outputs from notebooks, desktops – graphics cards and integrated graphics – to dual HDMI outputs. The HDMI outputs are capable of resolutions up to 1920x1080 per port for a combined spanned resolution of 3840x1080 with the ZOTAC Dual HDMI adaptors.

“Multiple monitors are becoming quite popular for day-to-day tasks. Users can expand their system to triple displays by combining a laptop display, dual display-capable graphics card or motherboard with a ZOTAC Dual HDMI adaptor,” said Carsten Berger, marketing director, ZOTAC International.

The ZOTAC Dual HDMI adaptors are completely passive and do not require additional cabling for power – just plug the DisplayPort or mini-DisplayPort cables into the adaptor and instantly have two 1080p capable HDMI outputs.”

It’s time to play with the ZOTAC Dual HDMI adaptors.

General details
  • New ZOTAC DisplayPort to Dual HDMI and mini-DisplayPort to Dual HDMI adaptors
  • Transform DisplayPort or mini-DisplayPort outputs to dual HDMI outputs
  • Supports two simultaneous displays with resolutions up to 1920x1080 each
  • Spanned resolution up to 3840x1080
  • Compatible with native DisplayPort and mini-DisplayPort interfaces
  • Compatible with notebooks, desktops with integrated and discrete graphics
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29 Comments on ZOTAC Announces Dual HDMI Output Adaptors

#1

Who are you talking about?
#2
Mussels
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the guy in the photo with a dozen monitors
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#3

It's 20 actually. The first pic is more representative of what a trader would use. That's 24 and is much better organized, obviously. Of that's the extreme end of the spectrum. My point was to show that for some purposes 6 monitors is nothing.
#4
mmm995
cant wait to release :O

wondering if 2160x1920 will be supported or only landscape
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