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Old 01-23-2008, 10:54 PM   #1
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Default DisplayLink - Multi-Display Setups with USB

In a world where multi-tasking is a necessity, multi-display configurations are becoming ever more popular. DisplayLink is a new kind of technology that promises to take the hassle out of adding additional displays to your PC - even six is possible. Best of all, you don't need a second GPU.

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Old 04-26-2008, 03:37 AM   #2
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Default Samsung 940UX

Hi,
I'm planning to get 2 Samsung 940UX LCD monitors. I'm currently using the IBM R50e notebook which is few years old and it's Windows XP OS. Is the monitor Vista compatible? I'm checking in case if my laptop crash and since now all new laptops are Window Vista. Do I have to check if my notebook is compatible with the monitor? Thanks a zillion!
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Default Samsung 940UX

Hi,
I'm planning to get 2 Samsung 940UX LCD monitors. I'm currently using the IBM R50e notebook which is few years old and it's Windows XP OS. Is the monitor Vista compatible? I'm checking in case if my laptop crash and since now all new laptops are Window Vista. Do I have to check if my notebook is compatible with the monitor? Thanks a zillion!
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