Add up to 6 Displays to your PC or Mac with Mirror & Extension Functions!
Need a HDMI output for your PC or Mac, Desktop or Notebook? Need up to 6 output displays?? Well here's the answer!
Play games, watch movies and run advertising displays on your big screen from any Windows PC, Mac or Laptop with this DisplayLink USB 3.0 Display Adapter. It kind of works like an external video card - giving your computer an extra versatile video output which can do just about anything. Mirror or extend your desktop space up to four times using multiple adapters for work-flow productivity or public displays. Or get yourself the extra space extreme spreadsheeting or video editing!
Works with both USB 2.0 and USB 3.0 computers!
All it takes is the included driver CD (or the latest DisplayLink Driver), an Available USB port, plus a cable or two and you're set for HDMI output (or DVI-D via a cable or adapter). It's fully USB powered, so you can travel with this easily. Its output is DVI-D compatible with an adapter (sold separately) such as our HDMI to DVI-D Adapter, or HDMI to DVI-D Cable!
Now you can enjoy full 1080HD Video and 5.1 Digital Audio from any PC or Mac (Audio not available through the use of DVI-Adapters, as only HDMI supports video and audio). Also supports higher resolutions from USB 3.0 computers up to 1920 x 1200p @ 60Hz.
- 12 Month Replacement Warranty
- HD TV, Projector & PC Monitor Compatible
- Resolutions up to 1920x1200@60Hz from USB 3.0
- Resolutions up to 1920x1080@60Hz from USB 2.0
- Add up to 6 Displays to your PC or Mac (requires 4 adapters)
- Supports Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8 and 8.1
- Support Mac OS X 10.0+
- 32-Bit True Colour
- Standard and Widescreen formats supported
- Compatible with all HDMI and DVI-D TV's and Monitors
- Compatible with any of our HDMI or HDMI to DVI-D Cables (sold separately)
- Easy Install - requires USB 2.0 or 3.0 Type-A socket
- USB Powered - no mains socket required!
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Posted: 11th Sept, 2014
Hi Does the USB to HDMI & DVI @ 1080p Display Adapter (USB 3.0 - PC or Mac)(code SW8710)
work the same with USB 2? We are wanting this sort of adapter for use with a laptop and HDMI television. Thanks, from Mishka?
"Thanks for your question Mishka. This adapter is designed for USB 3.0 and requires a USB 3.0 SuperSpeed connection for full operation, however we have a similar USB 2.0 to HDMI
product you can use with USB 2.0 ports.
Please note that these USB adapters are mainly designed to add extra displays to your computer for a multi-display setup (like an extended desktop). If you simply wish to connect your laptop to your television, there may be other connectivity options.
If you'd like to explore these options, please send an enquiry via our contact page
, detailing the ports on your laptop."
Posted: 2nd Dec, 2015
Is this compatible with Windows 10 x64?
"We haven't tested this product with Windows 10 ourselves but the manufacturer states on their website that the latest drivers will work on a Windows 10 machine."
Posted: 20th June, 2016
Is this product compatible with Linux?
"I have checked the DisplayLink website and I'm afraid they currently only offer drivers for Windows and OSX based systems."
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