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Compared to technologies such as Wireless USB, DisplayLink has actually done fairly well for itself. Nah, it's no worldwide phenomenon, but it definitely has enough traction to really shine once USB 3.0's bandwidth arrives. That said, the tech is making the most of its current situation with the in

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Compared to technologies such as Wireless USB, DisplayLink has actually done fairly well for itself. Nah, it's no worldwide phenomenon, but it definitely has enough traction to really shine once USB 3.0's bandwidth arrives. That said, the tech is making the most of its current situation with the in

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Samsung's Lapfit monitors are here to solve a problem most laptop owners are familiar with: the secondary monitor offset. See, a laptop's integrated display typically sits just a few centimeters above the desktop. That can create an unnatural panning effect when trying to move the mouse or drag a w

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Samsung's been shipping DisplayLink-equipped displays in its UbiSync line for months now, and now it's got one more headed to consumers. The 22-inch 2243QW comes with a 1,680 x 1,050 native resolution, 1,000:1 contrast ratio, 5-millisecond response time, a built-in USB hub and VGA / DVI inputs. 'Co

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We've always been fairly positive about Samsung's UbiSync USB-secondary display tech, but after checking out the new 2263DX 22+7 LCD in person, we don't think we'll be ditching our dual 24-inch setup anytime soon. The 2263's secondary LCD is mounted on a rotating, extendable arm, which lets you mov

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Barely a month after Samsung finally got its long-awaited 940UX out the door, the firm is on the prowl once more waving that tremendously tempting UbiSync technology all up in our grills. Truth be told, all we really know about the forthcoming SyncMaster 2263DX is that it features a 22-inch panel an

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It's been a long time coming, but Samsung has finally loosed its 19-inch USB connected 940UX on the US public. Starting today, interested consumers can snatch the monitor up, which \"leverages Samsung's proprietary UbiSync technology to allow multiple screens to connect via USB, rather than VGA, wit

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We already knew that Samsung had a 19-inch SyncMaster 940UX ready for display at CeBIT. We also knew that it connected via USB (with appropriate drivers), no graphics card required. So what's new then? Well, Samsung is now telling us that their newly dubbed UbiSync technology will allow for up to 6

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