My 2 Cents: Been wanted to have a multiple monitor setup for a long time. The big thing was always the price of each monitor plus I have to make sure to have a decent video card or some type of converter ~ 1000 smackers. This truly makes affordable to own an awesome set of monitors in the near future…;O)
We’re not sure why hooking up six displays has suddenly become the new USB multiple-monitor demo of choice, but LG isn’t one to let Samsung have all the glory — the company just announced the USB-capable 20.1-inch Flatron LX206WU, which outguns Sammy’s UbiSync 940UX by a single, triumphant inch. LG says you can feed up to six displays from a single USB port using a hub, but it’s not saying what the max video bitrate or resolution is. Just like the Samsung, it looks like USB video support is Windows-only for now, but Mac and Linux peeps can jack into the 5000:1 contrast ratio and 2ms response time through DVI and VGA, which are notably absent on Sammy’s unit. No word on Stateside availability, but if you’re headed to Korea we hear a smile and 390,000 won ($388) should do the trick.
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