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Wednesday, 18 December 2013 13:59

EVGA launches DisplayPort Hub

Written by Slobodan Simic

Simple way for multi-monitor DisplayPort setups

EVGA has launched its new EVGA DisplayPort Hub, a device that splits a single DisplayPort source to up to three DisplayPort compatible monitors.

The new DisplayPort Hub supports plug-and-play feature, is compatible with all existing DisplayPort graphics cards and notebooks, supports hot-plug, and uses DisplayPort 1.2a. According to EVGA, the DisplayPort Hub is ideal for graphic design, video editing, 3D animation, CAD/CAM, spreadsheet analysis, and productivity without the need of an additional graphics card.

According to specification list, the EVGA DisplayPort Hub supports resolutions from 2400x600 (3x 800x600) all the way up to 5760x1080, or simply three 1920x1080 resolution screens. It splits the single DisplayPort link to three outputs.

The new EVGA DisplayPort Hub is already available at EVGA's webshop for US $79.99 with $20 mail-in rebate.

You can check out more details here.

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