USB 2.0 SVGA adapter


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The USB 2.0 SVGA Adapter enables you to connect any monitor, LCD, projector to your PC or Notebook. You can use it as an extended desktop or as a larger extended display from your main screen. By using USB 2.0 technology, there is no need to open the computer or struggle with compatibility issues related to a second VGA card.


Requirements and display setting for the USB 2.0 SVGA adapter:

    System Requirements:

  • Available USB 2.0 Port
  • Windows 2000/XP Operating System

  • Package Contents

  • USB 2.0 SVGA Adapter x1
  • Driver and Manual on CD
  • Quick Install Guide
Resolution
Color Bits
1024 x 768
8, 16
800 x 600
8, 16, 32
640 x 480
8, 16, 32

Resolution and Color Bit Information.

The following images are actual photographs of the USB 2.0 Super Video Graphics Adapter (SVGA) being set up and tested with a Mitsubishi Diamond Scan 15 inch color monitor. When installing the USB 2.0 SVGA adapter, it is important to note that the adapter is not to be connected to the USB port before the driver installation is complete. This and other information about installing the USB 2.0 SVGA adapter are included in the package.

USB 2.0 SVGA Setup USB 2.0 Super Video Graphics adapter and svga monitor
Set up your second monitor where ever you wish, there is no other computer needed except the main PC that the USB drivers are being installed on. The USB 2.0 SVGA Adapter is compliant with standard VGA connectors.
USB 2.0 Super VGA adapter working USB 2.0 SVGA adapter LED indicator
A number of selections for usage of the USB 2.0 Super Video Graphics Adapter are available through both its application and your computers desktop properties settings or control panel display settings. The above image shows the secondary monitor being used as the primary video. The USB 2.0 SVGA adapter is powered through the available USB port of your PC or Notebook. The LED indicator on the USB 2.0 SVGA adapter shows the connection to the USB port has been made and is ready for use.
USB 2.0 SVGA adapter working between screens USB 2.0 Super Video Graphics Adapter used with 2 application -  1 on each screen
Shown above is the USB 2.0 SVGA adapter being used with a setting of multiple monitors in the display settings of the control panel, the selection os USB-VGA (extended) is selected in the application to view both active monitors. A PDF document was dragged between the screens to show both monitors sharing the same application window. Shown here are two distinctly separate applications being used, one on each monitor through the USB 2.0 Super Video Graphics adapter,. Microsoft Word on the left and Internet Explorer on the right. Both applications were fully functional. This indicates that both documentation and research can be done without switching applications for more efficient use of time and labor.

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