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Startech Announces New USB to VGA and USB to DVI Adapters

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  1. btarunr

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    StarTech.com, a leading manufacturer of hard-to-find connectivity parts has announced the release of the (SKU: USB2VGAE3) USB to VGA Adapter and the (SKU: USB2DVIE3) USB to DVI Adapter which support high resolutions (1920x1200) and are optimized for web browsing and office application performance.

    The new adapters have been added to StarTech.com’s extensive line of USB Video Adapters, which enable users to add dual display or multi-monitor capability to a desktop or laptop computer through USB, eliminating the need to open the computer case in order to install a secondary or specialized (multi-head) video card.

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    “The USB2VGAE3 and USB2DVIE3 are the newest USB 2.0 to VGA and USB to DVI adapters in the StarTech.com lineup” said John Mardinly, Senior Product Manager for StarTech.com. “Our focus for these adapters was to provide USB video adapters that are capable of supporting high resolutions and deliver exceptional performance for web browsing and office applications. The new adapters are easy to install, and do not require users to take apart their system which could void the computer manufacturers’ warranties.”

    Features and benefits of the new USB video adapters include:
    • Supports resolutions up to 1920x1200
    • Suitable for both desktop and laptop computers (require USB connection)
    • Powered through host USB connection; no power adapter required
    • Small form factor design ensures maximum portability
    • Simple installation, making it easy to add secondary or multiple monitors to a computer system
    • USB2DVIE3 includes a DVI to VGA adapter, enabling use as either a USB to DVI or USB to VGA adapter
    The USB to VGA (USB2VGAE3) and USB to DVI (USB2DVIE3) video adapters are slated as eventual replacements for two of StarTech.com’s earlier releases from their lineup of USB Video adapters, the USB2VGA and USB2VGA2.

    The USB2DVIE3 is available for purchase from leading technology resellers including ebuyer.com, Insight, Amazon, box.co.uk and Dabs.com and is distributed by Ingram Micro, EntaTech and Micro-P. RRP for the USB to VGA Adapter is £69.99 and RRP for the USB to DVI Adapter is £71.99 the UK.

    For more information, visit the product pages of USB2VGAE3 and USB2DVIE3.
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    With thoses prices, I'd expect USB 3.0 a beer and a hooker!
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    lol- ya, those prices are ridiculous
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    Does anyone know of a USB --> CoAx / S-Video converter?

    I really want to output my PC to a good old fashioned CRT big screen I have, and all I want is a device that will mirror my main output on s-video or component or whatever for a low def device.

    YES it will obviously have to down sample the output to like 1024X 768 or whatever - and text will be unreadable - but I don't care - its for video & youtube & playing MAME games.

    Anyone have any ideas? - The only "converters" I can find cant handle an INPUT of 1080p :(

    And i was really hoping SOMEWHERE someone had a nice simple USB device that just mirrors the screen instead of all sorts of signal converters.
    Crunching for Team TPU
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    Nifty for netbook I suppose.

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