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Tuesday, 09 September 2008 14:41

EVGA shows off the UV Plus+ at YouTube

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Looks simple enough


EVGA has posted an interesting video at YouTube. The video is about EVGA's UV Plus+ DisplayLink USB graphics adapter and its features. The design is quite simple and the UV Plus+ is quite small, so it won't take up much space.

It looks like it's easy to use, and according to the video, all you need to do is hook up the UV Plus+ to a free USB port and plug a monitor into it. You can either extend the display on the monitor or mirror it. The best thing is that you are only limited by the number of free USB ports on your computer, as the EVGA UV Plus+ is stackable and you can attach as many monitors as you like.

EVGA currently has two versions and the only noticeable difference is in the maximum resolution that you can get. The UV Plus+ 12 can manage to output 1,400x1,050 pixels at 60, 75 or 85 Hertz, or 1,440x900 pixels at 60Hz, while the UV Plus+ 16 can go all the way up to 1,680x1,050 pixels at 60Hz. The other difference is in its design, as the UV Plus+ 16 is black and the UV Plus+ 12 is white with a large orange capital E for EVGA on top of it.

According to the video, the UV Plus+ has support for Windows XP, Vista and OS X and it can handle Vista's Aero. The UV Plus+ 16 currently sells for $79.99, while the UV Plus+ 12 has its price set at $59.99, and both can be found at EVGA's online store.

You can check out the video here.

Last modified on Thursday, 11 September 2008 04:21

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