With the affordability of high-quality PC monitors these days, there’s no reason why you shouldn’t be setting up a triple monitor desktop. The Diamond BVU165 Multi-Display Adapter, lets you pan across three screens at your home or office. Imagine having all of your work spread out over three spacious monitors; spreadsheets, PowerPoint presentations, school projects, online content, design layouts, videos, your music library, all displayed at the same time.
If you’re a fan of multi-tasking or you just want more content in your field of view, then the BVU165 is perfect for what most PC users could probably agree on – more is better. Whether it’s business or leisure, the best PC users are those who are potentially saving lots of time by staying on top of their projects or making use of more content that is available to them at any given moment.
The Diamond BVU165 Multi-Display Adapter, along with DisplayLink’s Plug and Display technology, has a maximum resolution capability of 1920 x 1080 or 1600 x 1200 pixels. It also comes with HDMI and VGA dongles for connecting projectors and big-screen TVs.
If you’re using a laptop as your main PC, below are the steps to creating a triple monitor desktop. Remember, each monitor requires its own BVU165 adapter.
Step 1. Make sure your laptop has at least three USB ports. Simply connect the included USB 2.0 cable to your laptop. Then connect the other end of the USB cable to the BVU165 adapter.
Step 2. With a DVI, VGA or HDMI cable connects the BVU165 adapter to your display monitor. If you have a USB hub, then you can add even more monitors than the number of USB ports your laptop has on board – in fact, up to six per system.
Remember the BVU165 can be used with Windows Tablets as well, so you don’t have to be limited to just a laptop as your main source for your added displays.
As you can see, having 3 or more displays at your desk is not hard to do at all and if you’re one of those who likes to multi-task, you’ll have much to gain and very little to lose. The Diamond BVU165 Multi-Display Adapter and other really useful PC peripherals are available at: www.diamondmm.com.