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You can watch movies or run a presentation directly from your PC or Laptop

The DisplayPort to DVI Multimode Short 200mm Cable makes it easy to integrate a DisplayPort PC or Laptop and a Digital Video Monitor. You can watch movies or run a presentation directly from your PC or Laptop with DisplayPort to a monitor, projector or HDTVDisplayPort to DVI cable is designed for use with newer PCs and Laptops. Simply connect the cable to the DisplayPort of the source device and the DVI end to an external DVI monitor,HDTV or projector. The DisplayPort connector features a locking DisplayPort connector providing a secure, dependable connection to your monitor. The DisplayPort to DisplayPort adapter offers superb performance and reliability. Manufactured to the latest DisplayPort specifications, this adapter is engineered using the most advanced cable technology for the highest performance and quality.  DisplayPort   is a next-generation technology that delivers high bandwidth, pure digital audio/video signals from your PC to your display. Quality-made from 28 AWG copper wire, this cable is designed to deliver sharp, crystal-clear picture and sound.  DisplayPort supports higher resolutions and the refresh rates than DVI and VGA. DisplayPort supports data transmission rates up to 10.8Gbps which is enough to transmit uncompressed audio and video signals.

Specification:

  • Supports Video-Mirroring & Extended desktop modes
  • Gold plated connectors
  • PC:VGA, SVGA, VGA, SXGA , UXGA (video format)
  • HDTV: 480i, 576i, 480p, 576p, 1080i, and 1080p
  • DisplayPort Male to DVI-D Female connectors
  • Compliant with DisplayPort 1.1 specification for both 1.62 and 2.7Gbps
  • Compliant with DVI 1.1 specification up to 1.65Gbps
  • Sends Extended Colors up to 12-Bits per Component for Billions of Colors
  • Short 200mm Cable
  • Transfers Both Uncompressed Audio and High-Definition Video Signals

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Most advanced video and audio connection available for computers to HDTV

DisplayPort to DVI cable is designed for use with newer PCs and Laptops. Simply connect the cable to the DisplayPort of the source device and the DVI end to an external DVI monitor, HDTV or projectorDisplayPort cable enables the connection of your DisplayPort supported computer to a monitor or other DisplayPort supported device. It features locking DisplayPort connectors providing a secure, dependable fit. This adapter is compatible with all computer operating systems and Mini DisplayPort video cards ensuring full compatibility and successful transmission of all video content. The DisplayPort cable comes with a latch to help secure your cable for optimum connectivity. Future-proof yourself as DVI and VGA are slowly being phased out. DisplayPort is a next-generation technology that delivers high bandwidth, pure digital audio/video signals from your PC to your display. You can view movies and photos at 1080p and higher picture clarity on your computer monitor. DisplayPort supports higher resolutions and the refresh rates than DVI and VGA. DisplayPort supports data transmission rates up to 10.8Gbps which is enough to transmit uncompressed audio and video signals.

Specification:

  • Supports Video-Mirroring & Extended desktop modes
  • Gold plated connectors
  • PC:VGA, SVGA, VGA, SXGA , UXGA (video format)
  • HDTV: 480i, 576i, 480p, 576p, 1080i, and 1080p
  • DisplayPort Male to DVI-D Female connectors
  • Compliant with DisplayPort 1.1 specification for both 1.62 and 2.7Gbps
  • Compliant with DVI 1.1 specification up to 1.65Gbps
  • Short 200mm Cable

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VISA introduced newest digital interface displayPort

DisplayPort is the newest digital display interface standard introduced by VESA. DisplayPort to HDMI Multimode Short 200mm Cable makes it easy to integrate DisplayPort PC or Laptop and HDTV.  The format supports both digital video and audio and is a simple solution for connecting your DisplayPort equipment devices using HDMI cables to your exisiting HDMI devices. DisplayPort to DVI cable is designed for use with newer PCs and Laptops. Simply connect the cable to the DisplayPort of the source device and the DVI end to an external DVI monitor,HDTV or projector.  You can watch movies or even a presentation direct from your PA or Laptop with DisplayPort. It represents a digital alternative to consumer analog standards such as Radio Frequency (RF) coaxial cable, composite video, S-Video, SCART, component video, D-Terminal, and VGA. HDMI connects digital audio/video sources such as set-top boxes, Blu-ray Disc players, personal computers (PCs), video game consoles, and AV receivers to compatible digital audio devices, computer monitors, and digital televisions.  Compliant with DisplayPort 1.1 Specification for both 1.62 and 2.7 Gbps Compliant with HDMI Support full DisplayPort link traning HDTV: 480i/p, 576i/p, 1080i/p Short 200mm Cable.

 

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V7 Launching a New Line of Laptop Locks

I don’t know if you’ve heard, but it appears that there are people in this world that can lose a laptop. I am not saying that thieves don’t exist, I am aware that if you are unfortunate enough, you can have your laptop stolen, especially on abroad trips, but how many of you have managed so far to actually lose a laptop? Not many, I presume.

For the fewer rest of you and the unfortunate mugged ones, V7 has introduced some new life time warranty laptop locks for data protection. It is bad enough that you get your laptop stolen, but when it is the company’s laptop that contains precious information such as pictures of your drunk boss at the Christmas party, the losses are inestimable.

“The V7 Laptop Security Locks are the ideal choice for both commercial and consumer applications to help ensure the security of valuable hardware and data,” said Robert Forster, director of product marketing for Ingram Micro’s Private Label division. “End-users and customers of value-added resellers alike will find peace of mind in the security, quality and cost savings of these products, fully backed by Ingram Micro’s powerful distribution network and reputation for service.”

So, V7 has teamed up with Ingram Micro to produce Laptop Security Locks that can be used on PCs or projectors as well. These products simply come with a lock slot that can be protected with the help of a key (the SLK500-8N) or combination thingy (the SLC500-8N). The locks are compatible with all Kensington lock slots present in all models of notebooks on the market. You get a 5-foot cable made from galvanized steel covered with a scratch-free plastic coating that will not make you look paranoid at home, nor at work.

The V7 Combination Laptop Security Lock retails for $24.99, while the V7 Key Security Lock is a little more expensive at $34.99. These are MSRPs and I almost forgot to mention that the key-based model comes with two keys. If you can use a laptop, you are surely able to lose a small key, so enjoy the spare.

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Samsung OLED Laptops by 2010

Samsung is a fan of OLED. We’re seeing it more and more in their manufactured phones, and no one is arguing that it’s the best way to view anything of any kind of importance. And now it looks like Samsung plans to see OLED in the next best thing: laptops. It’s a great idea, and one that we hope to actually bear into fruition. Especially if it hits mainstream, so that way it doesn’t hit everyone’s wallets too much.

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First and foremost, if OLED does get enveloped into the fold of laptop screens, then we would see an instant alteration to the current models. Thinner frames (shocking, we know), longer battery life, and of course lighter in weight than ever before. Speaking recently at an event that took place earlier in the week, Kyu Uhm, Head of Worldwide Sales and Marketing for Samsung’s Computing Division, said that the company would look to release towards the end of 2010. He went on further to add that Samsung is the largest OLED manufacturer in the world, and that when it becomes commercially available for laptop displays, Samsung will adopt it, probably sometime Q3 of next year.

The implications are numerous with this one, but all we can do is hope that OLED takes off with more companies than Samsung, so that the technology can be more viable for the market. Even as the TVs start to show up, we’ll get closer to seeing an OLED revolution, and we couldn’t be happier about it.

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