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HIS Introduces the World’s First USB 3.0 to HDMI Device

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Hightech Information System Limited (HIS) today made the world's first USB 3.0 to HDMI adapter available - the HIS Multi-View+Sound. Delivering a fast and easy way to expand your visual computing experience across multiple screens, the HIS Multi-View+Sound turns your computer into a gaming and multimedia center.



Features & Advantages:
  • USB 3.0 Support: 10 times faster than 2.0
  • Backwards Compatible with USB 2.0: User-friendly for all USB laptops or desktops
  • Supports up to 6 Additional Displays: Enabling multi-tasking and increased productivity
  • Full HD 1080p & HDMI Output: High quality image & sound, full-screen video playback
  • HDCP Compliant: Play copy-protected DVDs
  • DirectX 10 & DirectX 11 Game Support: Play the latest 3D games
USB 3.0 support
USB 3.0 features speeds of up to 5 Gbit/s, significantly reducing the time required for data transmission, as well as reducing power consumption. Up to 10 times faster than USB 2.0, the HIS Multi-View+Sound overcomes USB2.0's limited bandwidth capabilities. The HIS Multi-View+Sound is also backwards compatible with USB 2.0.

See More, Enjoy More!
The HIS Multi-View+Sound supports 27" LCD monitors and TVs of up to 80" with 16:9 ratio in amazing 2048 by1152 resolution. Up-scale your computer into a multimedia center with an immense display.

Enjoy HD Beauty
With Full HD 1080p support & HDMI Output, the adapter delivers high quality HDMI 1920X1080 graphics PLUS sound, enabling seamless full-screen video playback over USB. See HD, hear HD and feel HD!

Enjoy Copy Protected Movies
HIS Multi-View+Sound is HDCP complaint, enabling users to play copy-protected content, such as commercial DVD movies.

Game Better and Faster
HIS Multi-View+Sound is capable to turn your computer into an enthusiastic gaming machine, allowing users to enjoy the latest 3D games with enhanced graphics and effects.

Game Better
With Direct X 10 & 11 support, the HIS Multi-View+Sound is in line with the latest 3D games.

Game Faster
Gamers will be pleased with the ability to achieve up to 60 FPS in various games to enjoy maximum realism!

Sounds Better
Supports both 2.1 and 5.1 channel audio, intensifying the sense of reality!

View More, Work Better
Connecting a second display suddenly becomes ridiculously easy with the HIS Multi-View+Sound. Having one dedicated screen just for twitter or facebook and a second for outlook is not a dream anymore. Simply connect any PC or notebook with USB 3.0/2.0 to an external monitor and your notebook becomes a dual display workstation!

HIS Multi-View+Sound allows you to connect up to 6 monitors, making it the ideal solution for all those who rely on having several applications visible simultaneously for extra productivity. Multi-tasking just got a lot simpler

For more information on HIS Multi-View+Sound Adapter and games supported, visit this page.

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Since this seems to be an external graphics card, specifications would be nice.
 
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I thought that we'd see stuff like this with Thunderbolt not USB. I wonder how well it performs, specially with DX11 games.
 
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hmm so what graphics card is in there then
 
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hmm so what graphics card is in there then
It's most likely a DisplayLink chip, but there are a couple of other options as well, so in other words, not a graphics card at all
 
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But specs claim DX10/11 support, so there should be a GPU in there isn't it? Or maybe is HIS trying to say that it will display DX10/11 games on another screen?
 

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Im guessing its an adapter that allows the video signal from usb to be converted to hdmi and as display out, therefore can have built in display or desktop display and another display/s output thru this device?
 
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LOL

so little real spec ..... this is bs
 
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