SEE2. Industry’s First Multiple View USB to SVGA Adapter
- 30 August, 2006 11:38
<p>AUSTRALIA, Brisbane – 30 August 2006 -- NetOpt today announced the SEE2, Industry’s First Multiple View USB to SVGA Adapter. Desktop and notebook computer users can now instantly connect an additional monitor, LCD or projector to an available USB 2.0 port for extended viewing and presenting – without having to install a secondary or specialised dual video card. The SEE2 is available now from NetOpt and its resellers.</p>
<p>The SEE2 increases productivity by allowing users to see expanded desktop applications and windows across two screens, maintaining display continuity. Users can now view multiple windows and multi-task without overlapping windows on one screen. It supports resolutions at 1024 x 768 (8, 16 bits), 800 x 600 (8, 16, 32 bits), and 640 x 480 (8, 16, 32 bits).</p>
<p>“The SEE2 is truly a revolutionary device that for the first time ever, enables users to truly maximize the potential of their PCs for an entirely newfound, extended viewing experience,” said Chris Von Huben, president of TRITTON Technologies. “It is the ideal solution for multi-tasking in applications including day-to-day word processing, graphic arts, and video editing, financial analyzing/monitoring and viewing videos and TV. The SEE2 saves an incredible amount of time, money, and frustration over other multi-viewing technology products available today.”</p>
<p>The SEE2 is compatible with Windows 2000/XP systems with an available USB 2.0 port.
A USB 2.0 to SVGA for MAC will be available at a later date.</p>
<p>NetOpt specialises in the distribution of niche products and leading edge technologies for the Consumer, Single Office Home Office and Small to Medium Enterprises (SME) through out Australia and New Zealand. We also provide Infrastructure Optimisation Solutions for the SME and Large Enterprise sector.</p>
<p>Reseller Inquires are welcome.</p>
<p>Rick Nand on 0400 792 902 or email@example.com – www.netopt.com.au</p>
- Patriot games: NAB CTOO Patrick Wright’s tech insourcing play
- Tech giants unite in stance against government cyber attacks
- How Ricci Jandu and his team are resuscitating failing tech at two Queensland hospitals
- Former public affairs chief took family to Disneyland on auDA dollar
- What happened to Facebook’s 'revenge porn' prevention pilot?