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There is an abundant number of car chargers available in the market. But unlike others, the Joyroom car charger features dual fast charging USB ports, Bluetooth 5.3, an FM transmitter, dual mics, AUX output, and more. We have the charger with us, and here’s our review.

JOYROOM car adapter review: Utilitarian design and build

The Joyroom car charger has such a vast feature set that it confused me about where to begin with. Also, it is compact and weighs only 44 grams, which further assures me that the device won’t fall out during bumpy rides.  

Let’s look at all its features in a 5×4.5×7 cm form factor. It displays Bluetooth status, bass mode, and the voltage or FM radio frequency. When you plug this device in, you’ll notice LED lights turn on, which you can control with the button at the left of the device, and the display panel comes to life.  

Above the display are a pair of microphones that assist in hands-free calling. These microphones also come with the latest CVC 8.0 noise reduction technology that helps block a range of wind and traffic noise, ensuring a clean calling experience.  

Below the display, we have a USB-C port and a pair of USB-A ports. On the topic of ports, the device also features an AUX out port that helps you connect the device to the car’s stereo and play music via Bluetooth (Version 5.3) or through the second USB-A port, which supports a flash drive. The AUX port outputs CD-like audio quality.

The Bass and call receiver buttons are beside the ports, which also function as the FM radio frequency scroll wheel and volume control. There are previous and next buttons on the right side of the unit to skip to the next song or repeat the previous song. To the left, we have a button that controls the LED light, just below the AUX port.  

How to access FM Radio

If your car stereo lacks FM Radio support, the Joyroom car charger is the perfect solution for you. It can help you connect to the radio and stream the audio through the car’s audio system. This is made possible thanks to the AUX output port that outputs CD-like quality music.  

You need to press and hold the knob below the bass button to enable the FM radio mode. Rotating the knob tunes the FM radio frequency shown on the device’s displays. Also, the knob doubles as a scroll wheel. There are multiple ways to connect to FM Radio. Head to the Joyroom website, which lists all the ways to connect to FM radio.

48 watts of Power Delivery 

The Joyroom car charger houses a USB-C PD port that delivers up to 30W of power and the QC 3.0 USB-A port with a maximum power output of 18W. Here are the power ratings for both the ports: 

USB-C PD port: 5V=3A,9V=3A,12V=2.5A,15V=2A,20V=1.5A (Max 30W) 

USB-A QC 3.0 port: 5V=3A,9V=2A,12V=1.5A (Max 18W) 

Connecting your iPhone through the USB-C port can charge your iPhone at 20-25W. It means your iPhone will charge from 0-50% in 30 minutes. The USB-A port is also certified Quick Charge 3.0, ensuring 18W of maximum power output. Again, you can expect almost 0-50% battery in 30-45 minutes.  

Even when both ports are occupied, the total maximum power output by the Joyroom car charger is a whopping 48W. Connect your Mac and your iPhone to the Joyroom car charger and get almost full charging speeds with it.  

Is the JOYROOM car charger worth your money? 

iGeekometer 

Build Quality

85%

Utility

95%

Charging Speed

90%

Value for money

80%

The Joyroom car charger is priced at $24.99. One could argue that you can get 2 car chargers for that price. But that is only partially correct as this isn’t only a car charger and has a set of other useful features. It does everything from charging your gadgets to working as a Bluetooth receiver.

Tired of neutral sound and want to listen to bass-heavy music? Press the bass boost button, and the audio completely changes. If your car doesn’t support wireless calling, the Bluetooth functionality of the device helps enable this feature.  

Pros

Light and compact 

48W combined charging speeds 

Bluetooth 5.3

Works as an FM radio transmitter

Enables Handsfree calling

Cons

Slightly expensive

If you’re looking for a multi-purpose car charger with useful features and not gimmicks, you should give the JOYROOM car charger a chance.

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Review: Bluetooth 4.0 ‘Passport’ Smart Watch From Martian Watches

There were more than a few Bluetooth-enabled smart watches on display at CES this year. We were on-hand for the official press unveiling of the Pebble e-paper watch, which is expected to start shipping to over 80,000 backers later this month. We also spotted Martian Watches, CooKoo, I’mWatch, and a small handful of other watches designed to pair and work with your iPhone or other mobile devices. Many have seen the Pebble, up until now, as the frontrunner mainly due to the 10 million in funding it raised through Kickstarter. While rumor has it Apple is interested in creating a smart watch of its own, we will hear a lot more about smart watches in 2013 if CES is any indication. Over the past week and a half, I had the chance to put one of these smart watches to the test: the Bluetooth 4.0 “Passport” from Martian Watches.

A few things to note right off the bat: First, unlike the Pebble and I’m Watch, which integrate a larger display, the focus of Martian Watches is voice command. There is some debate whether a smart watch, one that the average iPhone user might use on a daily basis, should resemble an iPod nano-like touchscreen or a more traditional timepiece design. Martian Watches is going with the latter, but it integrates a small 96-by-16 pixel OLED display capable of displaying notifications and scrolling text for incoming messages and calls.

While Pebble and others hope to create an ecosystem of third-party apps that can run on small, touch-enabled displays, the name of the game is voice command for Martian Watches. That means, in the case of iPhone users, you’ll be able to activate and control Siri right from your wrist. It also means as Siri improves and adds more functionality, your Martian Watch does too. However, Martian packs some other non-Siri features that make it a true competitor to the other Bluetooth smart watches hitting the market…

Voice Commands/Siri: 

If you can do it with Siri, you can probably do it from your Martian Watch. The only downside is that sometimes Siri displays visual information in responses that will not be viewable on your watch. Asking for next week’s weather forecast, for instance, will display a seven-day forecast typically, while asking for tomorrow’s weather will provide an audible response from Siri. It’s sometimes just a matter of rephrasing your question to get a response you can hear.

For commands, such as setting reminders, creating new text messages, nearby restaurants, and movie listings, you can for the most part, as highlighted in the video above, navigate the entire process from the watch. You’ll also be able to send tweets with Siri, ask to check email, etc., but Martian told us third-party app integration is coming via an iOS app (the app will be limited to just sending notifications from third-party apps to the watch initially).

Display/notifications: 

Out of the box, Martian Watches have the ability to receive notifications for incoming calls and text messages (pairing is as easy as any other Bluetooth device). However, the upcoming iOS app will also enable notifications for third-party apps like Gmail, Twitter, Facebook, etc. As for the notifications themselves, text messages, for example, display the name of the sender followed by scrolling text for the first 40 characters. You can also ask to “read text,” if you would prefer to listen. The same goes for calls, with the name of the incoming caller displayed on the small OLED display. Vibrations—thanks to a “Light Touch” vibrating motor inside the watch— also accompany incoming notifications.

Sending/receiving text messages:

You can create and send new texts at any time just as you would with Siri. Activate Siri with a press of the top button and ask to “Send text to Mark,” for instance. You can also reply to incoming texts with a “reply” command. These types of commands worked flawlessly for me, and I didn’t have any complaints with the watch’s mic when interacting with Siri. Calling works the same way, but call quality is where I first ran into issues…

Calling:

While placing calls is as easy commanding Siri to “Call Mike,” I ran into some issues with call quality once engaged in a conversation. The speaker provided quite clear and totally adequate calling on my end, but the person receiving my call often had a hard time hearing me. This problem isn’t as much of one in quiet environments, but I was sometimes forced to hold the watch closer to my mouth than I would have liked when outside and around a lot of background noise. Martian noted that excessive background noise on the receiving end “causes Martian’s microphone to think the person is speaking, which in turn cuts off your speech.” The call quality is noticeably reduced on the watch compared to your iPhone, but it wasn’t enough for me to stop using the device and was only a real issue on about 10 percent to 15 percent of calls.

Design: 

Perhaps my favorite part of the Passport from Martian Watches is its aesthetic design. Having larger displays as the entire watch face, like the Pebble or I’mWatch, comes with a few benefits: larger text, customizable UI, easier content input, etc. However, it also forces you to walk around with an iPod nano-like gadget on your wrist, as opposed to a more traditional, formal watch design. The fact that Martian Watches is going for a more classic watch design isn’t an accident. They want you to be able to wear the Passport with a suit or during any formal occasion. That might justify the $299 price point (significantly more than the $150 Pebble). Some have theorized that a watch from Apple would aim for a similar blend of traditional watch aesthetics and functionality, despite the company selling many third-party watch band products for its sixth-gen iPod nano. Martian will also sell leather and stainless steel bands from its online store.

The Passport model I tried came in at 0.52 inches thick and 2.5 oz with a silicone band, and it wasn’t much thicker or noticeably uncomfortable compared to the designer watch I wear on a regular basis. Martian Watches will ship three models ranging from $249 to $299. All models have the same functionality, but the “Victory” and “G2G” models sport different designs:

More features: 

You can pre-order all three models from the Martian Watches website now with the first shipments arriving sometime in February or March.

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Samsung E6 And E101 Wifi/Bluetooth Ebook Readers

Samsung E6 and E101 WiFi/Bluetooth ebook readers

Meanwhile Samsung have also partnered with Google for ebook content for the two devices, presumably for the large part using the search giant’s huge repository of out-of-copyright Google Books titles.  As for the form-factor, each ebook reader has a slide-down control panel which reveals navigation and menu controls together with stereo speakers.

Samsung are estimating up to two weeks use from a single battery charge, though we’d guess that’s with wireless shut off.  Both new ebook readers are expected to arrive on the market in early 2010, priced at $399 for the Samsung E6 and a whopping $699 for the Samsung E101.

Press Release:

Samsung Unveils Its First E-Book for Reading, Writing and Sharing On-the-Go

Samsung’s New E-Book Series Boasts First-of-its-Kind Functionality with a Precision Stylus Pen

LAS VEGAS –(Business Wire)– Jan 06, 2010 Samsung Electronics America, Inc., a subsidiary of Samsung Electronics Corporation, today unveiled its first e-book devices, with six-inch and ten-inch screen size offerings, at the 2010 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. The E6 and E101 further solidify Samsung’s position as a global leader in display technology by raising the bar on the quality of writing capabilities for e-books.

“We’ve used our expertise to create a high-quality e-book with today’s on-the-go consumer in mind,” said Young Bae, director of display marketing, Samsung Information Technology Division. “Samsung is addressing a common frustration that users experience with many of today’s digital readers with a stylus that allows them to annotate their favorite works or take notes. Coupled with wireless functionality that enables sharing of content, this is a truly multi-faceted device.”

Handwriting Capabilities

Unlike other e-book devices, Samsung’s E6 and E101 enables handwriting directly onto the display, allowing users to annotate their reading selections, calendars and to-do lists with a built-in electromagnetic resonance (EMR) stylus pen. This dedicated pen prevents mistypes caused by hands and other objects that may graze the screen’s surface. A variety of pen and eraser thicknesses makes the Samsung e-books perfect for drawing and writing.

Low Power Consumption

The Samsung e-book displays reflect light naturally and deliver an appearance similar to that of printed paper, allowing people to read more naturally than they would with other backlit electronic paper devices. The E101 boasts a ten-inch screen, while the E6, is the more portable sibling at six inches. Because Samsung’s e-book is not backlit, the power consumption is lower than that of other portable display devices. Only four hours of charging prepares the battery for up to two weeks of use, depending on the extent of daily use.

Bluetooth and Wi-Fi Wireless

Samsung’s e-books are equipped for wireless connectivity as well. Wi-Fi 802.11b/g allows users to download content such as books and newspapers from a server wirelessly, as well as to share certain content with other devices. Bluetooth 2.0 is also a built in feature.

The Samsung E6 and E101 will be priced at $399 and $699, respectively. They will be available in early 2010.

The e-book line and more new display products from Samsung will be on display at the LVCC Central Hall, booth 11026 during the International Consumer Electronics Show at the Las Vegas Convention Center, January 7 – 10, 2010.

What Is Bluetooth And How Does It Work?

The name Bluetooth has been synonymous with connected technology for years now and for good reason. When we need two devices to communicate with one another, Bluetooth is our go-to and has been for the better part of the last two decades. While Bluetooth is an incredibly valuable function that we increasingly take for granted, what is Bluetooth exactly? You may be wondering what it is and how does Bluetooth work in today’s increasingly connected world. Let’s find out.

What Is Bluetooth?

Named after a 10th century Scandinavian King, Harald Bluetooth, the history of modern day Bluetooth traces back to 1994. Ericsson, a Swedish telecommunications giant, saw the promise of using Bluetooth as a wireless connection to connect earphones with mobile devices. After testing, five companies (Ericsson, Nokia, IBM, Toshiba and Intel) formed the Bluetooth SIG in 1998 to help monitor the growth of Bluetooth. By the end of 1998, Bluetooth had more than 400 companies and more recently had more than 30,000 members. 

On a more technical side, Bluetooth uses the same 2.4GHz technology as other wireless technologies. Originally designed to work over distances of 10 meters, Bluetooth can generally handle a network of two to eight devices. It’s through this technology that you can send a page from your computer to your printer in another room without a cable. Inside each Bluetooth hardware is a governor of sorts that allows it to properly determine the type of range available. In this modern day, there are three types of Bluetooth classes available: 

Class 1 is the most powerful and can operate up to 100 meters or 330 feet.

Class 2 is the most common and retains the original’s standard of 10 meters or 33 feet.

Class 3 is the least powerful and generally is only good for distances of 1 meter or 3.3 feet.

How Does Bluetooth Work?

As noted above, Bluetooth works in the 2.4GHz frequency range and sends 79 different bands of radio waves inside this frequency. As data is sent, Bluetooth divides all of your data into smaller, more transferable packets. Once the packets have been divided, they are then sent individually over those 79 bands, all while being smart enough to not get clogged up anywhere. Of course, all of this happens within microseconds with almost no lag between the two connected devices.

Bluetooth Versus Wi-Fi

Unlike your Wi-Fi or 3G/4G/5G connections, Bluetooth doesn’t use any data. That’s good news for people in today’s world who connect their smartphones to their cars and stream music. While the actual streaming of music uses data, connecting to your car via Bluetooth uses no Internet data and has minimal impact on battery life.

Different Bluetooth Types

As of 2023, there are two different types of Bluetooth technology available for consumer use. The first is Bluetooth Basic Rate/Enhanced Data Rate, and the second is Low Energy. The former (BR/EDR) must always be paired. On the other hand, Low Energy devices can require a trusted relationship, but it is not always a requirement. Introduced with Bluetooth 4.0, Low Energy is great for electronics such as wearables, headphones or other low power devices where battery life is at a premium. As of today, there are five different versions of Bluetooth available: 

Bluetooth Classic: This includes versions 1.0 – 3.0.

When Bluetooth 1.0 first launched, it was capped at data speeds of less than 1 Mbps with a range no greater than 10 meters. 

Bluetooth 2.0 took things up a notch by increasing speeds upwards of 2 to 3 Mbps.

Bluetooth 3.0 included the use of 802.11 tech, which helped increase data transfers up to 24 Mbps. 

Bluetooth 4.0 is the most common type of Bluetooth available today. Data speeds are limited to 1 Mbps.

Bluetooth 5.0 is an improvement on the Low Energy side by increasing data rate and range. It can work in a variety of transmission ranges including 125 Kbps, 500 Kbps, 1 Mbps and 2 Mbps. The reduction in data rate had the positive effect of being able to increase data range to a whopping 240 meters. Conversely, the faster transmission of 2 Mbps is significantly more limited and is best suited for short range use.

The latest version Bluetooth 5.1 introduces better transmission technology and range. Read more about Bluetooth 5.1 here.

Why Use Bluetooth?

Why not? The usage of Bluetooth has expanded to more than just connecting earphones and mobile phones. There are already plenty of uses for Bluetooth:

While printers have generally relied on Wi-Fi, that type of connection can be shaky. Bluetooth enabled printers allow you to print from your phone or computer without cable, and even when Wi-Fi is offline. 

Smartwatches and wearables rely heavily on Bluetooth connectivity. These devices have opened the door to an entire new world of tracking workouts and can share data directly back to your phone for syncing back to a health app.

Most laptops come with Bluetooth and allows you to connect to a Bluetooth keyboard and mice.

Wireless gaming is done via Bluetooth across the Xbox, PS4 and smartphone worlds. Connecting a PS4 or Xbox One controller to your iPhone or Android device is all handled through Bluetooth. 

Need to get a Wi-Fi signal somewhere you only have cellular service? Connect your smartphone to your computer through Bluetooth so it can be enabled as a hotspot. 

These few examples only scratch the surface of how many different types of electronics you are using today with Bluetooth. It’s so deeply integrated and connected, that you can see it’s something relatively new to the electronics world. 

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David is a freelance tech writer with over 15 years of experience in the tech industry. He loves all things Nintendo.

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Best Universal Travel Adapters In 2023

Your professional life takes you to different places in the world. And your device like laptop, tablet, phone, and digital camera also travel along. To keep your devices charged during your trip, you need an international travel adapter that can work in every country you visit. Here we have created a list of some of the best universal travel adapters for your international trip.

1. EPICKA

EPICKA brings an all-in-one multi-functional travel adapter you can use in more than 150 countries. A single international wall charger has four USB ports, 1 USB-C, and 1 AC socket to charge six devices at the same time. Apart from your Apple devices, you can also charge your Android phones and tablets during your travels. Probably you can help your travel companions in flight or hotels.

For your device safety, this is one of the best universal travel adapters having 8A overload dual fuse, safety shutters, plug lock system, and other necessary certifications like ROHS, CE, and FC.

Pros

Can charge six devices simultaneously

Safety shutters

Certified safety

Cons

Cannot convert voltage

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2. Pac2Go

Here’s a cute and compact travel adapter that’s convenient for your needs. It supports AC voltage from 100 through 250 Volts, 2000 Watts max at 250 Volts with an 8 Amp safety fuse. There’s internal spike and surge protection circuitry to safeguard your precious devices.

Therefore, you can enjoy worry-free charging of up to five devices quickly with quad 3.5 Amp USB ports and the global electrical socket. Further, the ergonomic black rubberized oil surface and safety shutter prevent external shock and short circuit. I adore the handy carrying pouch it comes with, and you also get an 18-month guarantee.

Pros

Charges 5 devices simultaneously

Safe and easy to use

Comes with a carrying pouch

18-month guarantee

Cons

It might not work for high power devices like some hair dryers

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3. Apple World Travel Adapter Kit

If you are an Apple fanboy and using all the Apple devices, this international travel adapter kit is a perfect choice. The kit includes a set of seven AC plugs that easily fit into different electrical outlets in the world. You can check the laser-etched information (regions they are compatible with.)

You can charge your iPod, iPhone, iPad, and Mac notebooks as the kit is compatible with Apple USB-C Power Adapters, MagSafe and MagSafe 2 Power Adapters, 10W and 12W USB Power Adapters, and Portable Power Adapters.

Pros

Compatible with all Apple products

Compatible regions are laser-etched

Cons

May not fast-charge other devices

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4. MINGTONG

his travel adapter features four international plug adapters. It works in more than 150 countries with US/EU/UK/AU plugs. However, note that it cannot be used in South African, India, Switzerland, and Italy.

It has a power output of 100-240VAC~50-60HZ 6A max. So it’s ideally suited to plug in your small appliances such as mobile phones, digital products, computers with low power, etc. You cannot use it with high-power appliances such as hair straightener, flat iron, hair curler, hairdryer, steam iron, water heater, coffee maker, etc.

Pros

Dual USB ports

Built-in safety

Affordable price

Cons

Does not work in some countries

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5. Ceptics

Ceptics offers you a five-piece set of world travel adapter. Polarized adapter plugs are perfect for international travelers. Built with Type A, I, C, G Output, this adapter works everywhere – north, south, east and west of the world.

You can charge almost any mobile device with this adapter, which automatically matches the maximum charging current of your connected devices. Produced in a high-tech environment, this product has got all the necessary certifications like FCC, CE, RoHS, and more.

Pros

Five-piece set

Versatile solution

Charge almost any mobile device

Cons

Will not work with 110V items

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6. Bonazza

Unlike other universal travel adapters that do not convert voltage, Bonazza’s does. This combination of travel plug and converter is arguably the smallest and lightest. The product comes with an LED power indicator, plug lock, and other safety features.

You can roam around the globe in more than 150 countries with a single travel adapter. A compact design allows you to pack in your travel bags easily.

Pros

Adapter – cum – converter

Smallest and lightest

LED power indicator

Cons

May not show efficiency as a converter

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7. NEWVANGA

NEWVANGA has manufactured a smart travel adapter that always thinks of your device safety. For this purpose, this plug stops charging your device when the current exceeds 6.3A. So you can pay more attention to your travels instead of worrying about your premium communication devices.

A compact and lightweight adapter has an all-in-one design, which works in more than 150 countries. Before you connect your device, care should be taken that you do not use high power appliances like hairdryer, steam irons, electric kettles and other such products.

Pros

Surge protection

Built-in fuse protection

Lightweight and compact

Cons

Charge only low power devices

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8. HAOZI

Haozi is a certified and safe travel adapter that works in more than 150 countries. This product has FCC, CE, and RoHS certifications with safety 6.3AmP fuse, which provides full protection for you and your devices. Its built-in safety shutters prevent your direct touch of the live parts on the socket.

Charge up your phones, tablets, and laptops with this adapter that can power up three devices simultaneously. Apart from your communication device, you can charge your Bluetooth speakers, digital cameras, MP3 players and more.

Pros

6.3amp fuse for protection

Charge three devices simultaneously

Built-in safety shutters

Cons

Slow charging

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9. SublimeWare

SublimeWare’s travel adapter is a one-piece device that can beat many USB travel adapters that come in many pieces. You can charge four devices – two smartphones, a tablet, and a camera. The product is compatible with all high-end devices like iPhone 11 Pro Max, Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus, OnePlus 7 Pro, Huawei, etc.

The pin locking mechanism ensures a secure plug-in. Normally, users don’t like this feature; however, this universal travel adapter locks and unlocks its 8 pins securely into its fixed positions. And this gives you better protection in case you touch the live ports. Given its affordable price, this travel product is one of the essential travel accessories and a must-grab in the list.

Pros

4-port USB plug

Pin locking mechanism

2.4A faster charging

Cons

A little clumsy in design

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That’s all friends!

Bon Voyage…

Travel adapters are your perfect companions if you wish to explore every nook and corner of this world. Wherever you go, you need your phone, camera, laptop, and other smart gadgets. Without a battery, they are as useless as a pebble on the beach. Before you pack anything else in your travel bag, make sure you keep one of the above-listed universal travel adapters.

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Diamond Bvumd3 Usb Display Adapter Supports 1080P Hd

Diamond BVUMD3 USB Display Adapter supports 1080p HD

DisplayLink adapters capable of outputting 1080p Full HD are relatively rare beasts – so far we’ve spotted a Lenovo model on the market, for a heady $129 – so Diamond Multimedia’s $75 BVUMD3 USB Display Adapter Plus tickles us exactly where we want it to: in our wallets.  The compact device allows you to hook up a DVI or VGA monitor to a regular USB 2.0 port on your PC, notebook or netbook, and you can plug in up to six at any one time.

As well as the display output there are three powered USB 2.0 ports for using the BVUMD3 as a mini docking station of sorts.  Up to 1600 x 1200 and 1920 x 1080 (wide) 32-bit True Color resolutions are supported, and you can either mirror your notebook’s display or extend it.

It’s worth noting that, since the DisplayLink drivers take a toll on your CPU, you won’t be able to run six of these from, say, a regular netbook.  Still, for adding a third screen when you’re already using your notebook’s normal display output, $75 seems something of a bargain.

Press Release:

DisplayLink and Diamond Create New Twist on Docking Stations, Combines Mini Display Adapter and USB Hub

PALO ALTO, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–DisplayLink USB virtual graphics technology has enabled Diamond Multimedia’s BVUMD3 USB HD Display Adapter Plus to provide plug-and-play capabilities for additional displays to laptop or desktop computers, while providing additional USB ports for peripheral connectivity and giving a new twist to the traditional universal docking station.

“DisplayLink’s DL-165 USB virtual graphics chip has enabled us to offer our customers a means to connect multiple monitors to a single device, along with many other multimedia capabilities”

Using DisplayLink’s USB virtual graphics chip, the DL-165, Diamond’s BVUMD3 USB HD Display Adapter Plus packs a lot into a small 4.0 x 2.6 x .8 inch device. It supports DVI or VGA interfaces, offering high quality digital imaging up to 1600 x 1200 and 1920 x 1080 (wide) 32-bit True Color resolutions and allows users to mirror or extend the display in any direction. The BVUMD3 can determine the type, resolutions and key features of any display, ensuring a fast and error free setup. Furthermore, it is fully integrated into the Windows operating system and is managed by the Windows Control Panel interface.

“DisplayLink’s DL-165 USB virtual graphics chip has enabled us to offer our customers a means to connect multiple monitors to a single device, along with many other multimedia capabilities,” says Louis Kokenis, the Product Engineering Manager for Diamond Multimedia. “The BVUMD3 also uses 80% less power than a discrete solution.”

In addition to the USB graphics adapter, the BVUMD3 provides three DisplayLink USB virtual graphics powered USB 2.0 high speed ports that can be used as a mini universal USB docking station for netbooks, notebooks and Macbook peripherals.

“Diamond’s USB HD Display Adapter Plus is another example of USB universal docking stations gaining momentum in the market and how they have unlimited potential to enhance the notebook/netbook computing experience,” says Dennis Crespo, Senior Vice President of Marketing and Business Development for DisplayLink. “The USB HD Display Adapter Plus offers big productivity and organizational benefits in a small package.”

Diamond’s BVUMD3 USB HD Display Adapter Plus is available now for $75 from Diamond’s online partners, including chúng tôi chúng tôi chúng tôi chúng tôi chúng tôi chúng tôi and retail outlets such as Fry’s and Micro Center.

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