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DisplayLink goes final, enables USB monitors

updated 12:10 pm EDT, Fri October 17, 2008

DisplayLink Mac driver

DisplayLink says it has released the completed Mac OS X driver for its display technology. Monitors and projectors that support DisplayLink are able to receive input from a computer's wired or wireless USB ports; up to four displays are supported simultaneously, and some manufacturers of compatible products include LG, Samsung and ASUS. The technology is also present in various docks and adapters.

The v1.0 release of the driver is said to improve on beta one in several ways, mainly through enhanced 2D performance, better stability, and improved support for Parallels and Fast User Switching. Additionally, sleep and resume functions should now operate properly. The Mac driver requires Mac OS X 10.4.11 or 10.5.4, and any Intel-based Mac.




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