A video with some historical background on USB graphics and terminals, from Dr. Quentin Stafford-Fraser of Ndiyo and DisplayLink.
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Click on the picture for more detail. This is a picture of my work desk today and how I’m using the Plugable dock myself. (yes — I cleaned off a few books and papers — it’s usually much messier!) My $330 Acer Aspire One Atom 1.6Ghz netbook is on the left — I like having […]
The most common use of the Plugable Docking Station today is to enable a Windows/Mac laptop to plug a single USB cable and gain connectivity to an additional monitor, speakers, network cable, and any other 4 USB devices. But the same hardware can be also used on Linux to extend the computer in a different […]
The elves have been busy, trying to get our first product to market within the month. And so, we’re proud to announce that the Plugable Universal USB 2.0 Docking Station (UD-160-A) is now — as of Saturday night — for sale on Amazon here in the US. And at a price around or better than […]
In getting more background from this talk, it was great to review the videos on ndiyo.org and displaylink.org with all the history and background on the concept of low-cost multiseat. Didn’t want too much history in slides, but it will come up verbally, and it’s a rich and interesting history. The one comment the presentation […]