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Tritton SEE2 USB 2.0 adapter converts USB to SVGA

Marc Perton
April 28, 2005
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Want to add a second display to that Windows PC without having to install another graphics card? The Tritton SEE2 USB 2.0 SVGA Adapter will let you connect a monitor to your PC's USB port, doubling your display space. The $99 unit does have some limitations, though. USB 2.0 isn't fast enough to drive graphics-intensive games or DirectX, and if you want 32-bit color, you're limited to 800x600 (and forget about DVI, though you can run analog LCDs). Yes, we know installing a second graphics card can be cheaper and more versatile, but for ease of setup — or for laptop users who want to connect two external displays, this doesn't seem like a bad way to go.

[Thanks, Nick]



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