January 6, 2008 Amongst a bevvy of unannounced new monitor designs that included the company's video over USB technology, DisplayLink quietly demonstrated their 2nd generation chipset at the CES 2009 preview today, pushing their maximum supported resolution from 1600x1200 up to a full 1920x1200.

The company will shipping sample adapters for existing monitors this month, and hinted that there would be some significant OEMs announcing products embedding the new technology directly into monitors during the first half of this year.


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