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  • Connect an additional HDMI display to your MacHDMI or PC with USB 2.0 technology capable of video playback at 1080p
  • USB Video / Multi Monitor Adapter / USB Video Card / USB 2.0 HDMI Video Card
  • Dual or Triple monitor for home office or BOYD (Bring your own Device) work stations
  • Compatible with Mac OSX and Windows 7 / 8 USB equipped desktop and laptop computers and HDMI equipped televisions and projectors
  • 1080p Video Playback
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Connect a DVI display for an extended desktop multi-monitor USB solution. The USB2DVIPRO2 USB to DVI Adapter functions as an external graphics card for Windows and Mac computers - the perfect solution for turning your desktop or laptop computer into a dual or multi-monitor environment, all through the simplicity and convenience of USB.

The USB-DVI Adapter delivers high quality video (up to 1920x1200) for a variety of applications and is capable of simultaneously running up to five additional displays from a single computer (using four USB2DVIPRO2 External Video Adapters). The adapter connects to a host computer through a USB 2.0 port, acting as an external DVI video card to either extend or mirror the desktop shown on the existing display - without having to open the computer case.

Featuring driver support for Microsoft Windows (including Aero themes) and Mac OS X, and with video support for resolutions up to 1920x1200, this USB-DVI video adapter is the ideal solution for a wide range of operating environments as well as large-screen displays/monitors.

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Total Price: USB to DVI Adapter External USB Video Graphics Card 1920x1200 is rated 4.50 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Solved My Glitchy Graphics Problem! I used similar models from StarTech (USB2VGAE2, USB2VGAE3, and USB2DVIE2, USB2DVIE3) and all of them would glitch out when I would use certain programs like Citrix Receiver making graphics jump all over the screen. THIS ONE FIXED IT! It uses an entirely different program/driver set than the others (Out with Trigger and in with DisplayLink). I don't know if the USB 3.0 helped either, but I have it plugged into a 3.0 port. I have the cards mentioned above installed at other workstations and they work fine, but for my Lenovo laptop it was bad. Just saying the others DO work, but I'm so glad this one works for my laptop as I've heard others have similar experiences. It says plug and play display on the sticker of the unit BUT it wasn't so in my case. I uninstalled Trigger driver from the past StarTech video adapters, restarted, tried again, still didn't work, downloaded most up to date drivers for Display Link for a Win 7 x64 computer, restarted, worked perfectly! Something else to note: the past StarTech adapters I used would make the screen look a bit more dim or fuzzy than the regular one plugged in with a DVI or VGA cable directly to the laptop. With the USB2DVIPRO2 it's insanely sharp and clear! Yeah, resolution difference, but I have both monitors set at 1600 x 900 and it kicks butt compared to the last one!
Date published: 2016-06-16T00:00:00-04:00
Rated 5 out of 5 by from good way to add a third monitor I use these when I need to add a third monitor and the graphics card only has support for two.
Date published: 2015-06-08T00:00:00-04:00