InFocus DisplayLink

August 31st, 2014 by Rosemary
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DisplayLink technology now also for Mac available Kassel, the also rising needs of this special group to meet 17 August 2009 as the number of Mac users around the world increases, working twice as hard for manufacturers. Hardware and software vendors develop therefore Mac versions for a market that so far has been dominated by Windows. InFocus also supports the increasing demand for Apple applications. The InFocus Corporation, the industry pioneer in digital projector technology, announces the availability of the InFocus DisplayLink for Mac users. DisplayLink support is a screen driver which allows Intel-based Apple computers to transmit audio and video content via standard USB to InFocus DisplayLink equipped projectors.

\”InFocus covers all important requirements of the market, as evidenced by the development of the InFocus DisplayLink for Apple. By the simple construction, as well as the multiple presentation options allows users to hold still more collaborative and productive meetings,\”said David Woolf, InFocus’ Vice President global marketing. With the DisplayLink can take advantage of the \”plug- and -project\” function Mac users. A standard USB simply connect 2.0 cable to the projector. The computer detects the driver immediately and within seconds, joins with the InFocus Projector. The establishment requires hardly any time.

The instant switch of the screen allows a direct use of the projector. User ability of DisplayLink also benefit from the multimedia display. This property allows to serve up to four projectors simultaneously from one computer. With this function, users about video walls or different content can project during a meeting. Thus, DisplayLink is the appropriate solution for video conferences and meetings, in which two or more live broadcasts must be notified at the same time. The InFocus DisplayLink driver for Apple enables a fully digital connection, requires no additional InFocus-specific control software and requires only one USB cable to Place of the usual analog PC cable and PC adapter.

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