DisplayLink to Showcase at CES 2013
Dec 31, 2012 (Close-Up Media via COMTEX) --
DisplayLink, a provider of USB Graphics technology, has announced plans to show the very latest solutions for USB Graphics at CES 2013.
Targeting Ultrabook and Tablet expansion and connectivity for business, DisplayLink will feature Enterprise Class USB Docking and USB Power Delivery, with demonstrations to be held at the USB TechZone and Showstoppers, the Company noted in a release.
Introducing the latest solutions, John Cummins, VP Sales and Marketing for DisplayLink said, "CES 2013 will showcase a considerable number of our customer's products featuring DisplayLink technology, including monitor-docks for tablet PC's with touch screen and integrated Webcams, WiGig docks for wireless graphics and peripheral expansion, Enterprise Class wired USB docking stations with multiple display connections, and a snapshot of the future, with USB Power Delivery."
DisplayLink said that the continued movement to Ultrabooks and business tablets, and an increasingly mobile workforce, are driving strong interest in its enabled products. Tablets are transformed into full office workstations featuring multi-monitors, Ethernet connectivity, Audio, and full USB expansion when docked into a DisplayLink enabled dock.
DisplayLink will be showing at CES 2013 in the USB Techzone, Hall 3, South at booth 31431 from January 8th - 11th and at Showstoppers at the Wynn on January 8th 2013.
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