Saturday, June 13, 2009

OWC introduced the USB-adapter to connect additional monitors to a Mac

The company Other World Computing (OWC) introduced the adapter to connect additional monitors to a computer's USB 2.0 port Mac.


The device connects to the USB port, then it may be connected to the monitor interface VGA, DVI or HDMI. Score one for the Mac computer using these adapters can be up to 4 additional monitors. The adapter supports 32-bit color depth, resolution - up to 1600x1200 and 1680x1050 pixels. To operate the device requires Mac OS X 10.4.11 and above.

The Company cautions that the accessory does not support hardware acceleration OpenGL, so all applications that require OpenGL, Quartz Extreme, Quartz Composer, and other subsystems, based on OpenGL, will not work.

The cost of the device in the online store Macsales-$ 99.

Source: http://eshop.macsales.com/

ASUS will release notebook Eee PC with a screen 11.6"


According to a source of company ASUS intends to extend the range of a series of mobile computers with new Eee PC models with uncharacteristic fit.

Already this month awaits us out Eee PC with a screen diagonal of 11.6 ". Models with screen 10" this year still remain a priority, the production of 50% of the total number produced notebook. A production standard notebook, screen 11.6 "- 30%.

ASUS also plans to release notebooks ultra CULV-secondary and higher price range. One of the first models will XS15 screen 15.6 "and the cost of 799-999 Euro. Models with screen 13.3" will be evaluated in the 599-699 euro.

Source: http://www.digitimes.com/