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Gefen debuts DVI-to-Mini-DisplayPort adapter, KVM switch

updated 02:15 pm EDT, Sat September 19, 2009

Gefen intros new DisplayPort products

Gefen has announced the DVI to Mini-DisplayPort Adapter and DisplayPort KVM Switcher, two new devices that deliver plug-and-play system integration using DisplayPort connectivity. The DVI to Mini-Display Adapter is designed to convert DVI to DisplayPort using the devices connector interface, and supports video resolutions up-to 1920 x 1200. It includes pixel-to-pixel signal conversion and comes with built-in EDID support.

The DisplayPort KVM Switcher enables users to switch a display that has a maximum resolution of 2560 x 1600, between two computers using just one display and one USB port for a keyboard and mouse. This function allows users to access two computers from one workstation, without requiring a network. The device features support for RGB and YCbCR color spaces, and comes with two DisplayPort, USB 2.0, and 3.5mm analog L/R audio input connectors.

Both devices can be pre-ordered from the company's website, and has the DVI to Mini-DisplayPort adapter priced at $150 while the KVM Switcher is priced at $400.




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