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USB NIVO: connect monitors via USB

Is it possible to use the USB interface to connect monitors? Why not – they thought at Newnham, which presented the NIVO USB device, with which you can connect a PC and several monitors using the USB 2 interface.0.

Interestingly, the novelty was instantly appreciated by the Kensington Computer Products Group, which decided to use USB NIVO in a universal docking station. In fact, USB NIVO provides an easy and cost-effective way to create a multi-monitor configuration.

According to the developer, NIVO is the first device to provide connection of monitors via USB 2.0. The capabilities of the new product are enough to demonstrate static images with 24-bit color representation without loss of quality or color degradation, and video recording in real time (the manufacturer is silent about the video resolution – apparently, out of modesty).

It is expected that USB NIVO will find application in systems for mobile users and other consumers interested in a flexible and easy way to expand the configuration of the video subsystem by connecting additional display devices.

How does USB NIVO work??

Windows XP runs a “Virtual Graphics Card” (VGC) program that relies on the hardware capabilities of the PC and the Hardware Rendering Engine (HRE) plugged into or built into the monitor (see the card on picture). VGC software processes the display data stream using a proprietary lossless graphics transport format and transfers it over USB 2.0 to HRE. Next, HRE transforms the data into a pixel representation.

Resolution – up to 1280 x 1024 pixels @ 75 Hz, VESA scan rates, 24-bpp color depth in all resolutions. The program is compatible with the “extended desktop” and “clone” modes of Windows XP. Access to virtual board settings is provided by standard Windows tools.

Source: Newnham Research

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