Thursday, June 29th 2017

Club 3D Announces 2 New Video Splitters With 2x 4K @ 60Hz Support

Club 3D is proud to announce the next generation of SenseVision video splitters today with the introduction of two brand new splitters, CSV-1474 (USB-A to HDMI 2.0 Dual Monitor 4K 60Hz) and CSV-1477 (USB-A to DP 1.2 Dual Monitor 4K 60Hz) with this press release.

Former generation video splitters or USB graphic adapters based on USB 3.0 or 3.1 suffered from a limitation of 30 Hz if you were aiming at using the highest resolutions like 3840 x 2160 (4K). The latest developments from DisplayLink make it possible now that with CSV-1474 and CSV-1477 the resolutions can be taken to a new level. Not only one time 4K60Hz is possible, both splitters offer Dual Monitor functionality and each of the outputs can offer 4K 60Hz. The only requirement is to have a free USB Type A 3.1 Gen 1 socket in your device. The two new SenseVision products are powered by DisplayLink 6950 SoC. Our new future-proof products will be ready for shipment on June 30th. Wide availability of the products in the market we expect in the first week of July.
The SenseVision USB A to HDMI 2.0 Dual Monitor 4K60 Hz video splitter CSV-1474. This unique product allows you to connect 2 screens at 4K 60Hz to any host system with a free USB-A 3.1 Gen 1 port. Featuring the next generation DisplayLink DL6950 SOC, your existing Notebook/PC-System/Mac/Tablet, is ready for the future.

HDMI 2.0
The Bandwidth for HDMI 2.0 was increased to 6 Gbps per lane, bringing the total bandwidth of the 3 integrated lanes to 18 Gbps. HDMI 2.0 is also referred to as "HDMI UHD", meaning it supports Ultra High Resolutions of up to 4096x2160 at 60Hz. HDMI 2.0 is downwards compatible to earlier versions. However that will influence the maximum supported resolutions.

Features:
  • Compatible with HDMI 2.0 specifications
  • Supported max. output resolutions:
  • 2 x 4096 x 2160 at 60Hz
  • Support for HDCP 2.2
  • Backwards compatible with legacy monitors
  • Integrated 2.0 audio and 5.1 audio
  • Works on any Host System with USB 3.1 Gen1 Type A output
  • Not downwards compatible to earlier USB versions
  • USB Powered, no external power needed
  • Low Latency
  • Pixel-perfect graphics
  • Adapt automatically to bandwidth constraints
  • Uncompromised 4K/UHD video quality
  • Works with Windows 10, Mac OS Sierra, Chrome OS and Ubuntu
The SenseVision USB A to DisplayPort 1.2 Dual Monitor 4K60 Hz video splitter CSV-1477. This unique product allows you to connect 2 screens at 4K 60Hz to any host system with a free USB-A 3.1 Gen 1 port. Featuring the next generation DisplayLink DL6950 SOC, your existing Notebook/PC-System/Mac/Tablet, is ready for the future. Become more efficient and accomplish more, with 2 displays delivering 4K performance, you can have four times the screen space compared to 1080p

DisplayPort ++
The Club 3D SenseVision USB A to DisplayPort 1.2 Dual Monitor 4K 60Hz has two DisplayPort ++ outputs or in other words, DisplayPort 1.2 Dual Mode. This means the "USB A to DisplayPort 1.2 Dual Monitor 4K 60Hz" is an active device and when converting the video signal to DVI or HDMI you must use "passive" cables or adapters to connect your screen(s).

Features:
  • Compatible with DisplayPort 1.2 Dual Mode
  • Supported max. output resolutions:
  • 1 x 5120 x 2880 at 60Hz or
  • 2 x 4096 x 2160 at 60Hz
  • Support for HDCP 2.2
  • Backwards compatible with legacy monitors
  • Integrated 2.0 audio and 5.1 audio
  • Works on any Host System with USB 3.1 Gen1 Type A output
  • Not downwards compatible to earlier USB versions
  • USB-powered, no external power needed
  • Low Latency
  • Pixel-perfect graphics
  • Adapt automatically to bandwidth constraints
  • Compression tuned for video content and high quality graphics
  • Uncompromised 4K/UHD video quality
  • Works with Windows 10, Mac OS Sierra, Chrome OS and Ubuntu
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1 Comment on Club 3D Announces 2 New Video Splitters With 2x 4K @ 60Hz Support

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Duality92
Do these USB adapters get hot? I've always wondered.
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