USB External Video Card with HD-15 Monitor Output Port for XP/2000 and Vista Computers.
1280 X 1024 Maximum Resolution
USB Graphics Adapter provides a unique solution to add extra displays to a computer without using additional graphics cards. This product has successfully challenged the limitations of current display connectivity to deliver a highly interactive user experience across a USB 2.0 connection. Users can instantly clone or extend a desktop onto another display via VGA D-Sub interface, such as LCD, CRT, projector and plasma displays. With USB2.0 interface plug-n-play and bus power feature, this product brings multi-monitor applications into the mainstream.
- Automatic recognition of monitor type, resolution, and features.
- Hot-swapping / Plug-n-Play of monitors without reconfiguration.
- Supports desktop display primary, clone and extend mode.
- Low power consumption via USB Bus power supply (without Heat Sink).
- Support system suspend and wake-up modes.
- Specialized for office using, home entertainment, and video playing (not for Video Games).
- Certified by CE, FCC, RoHS approval.
- Compliant with USB 2.0 specifications
- Mirror, Primary, Extended desktop play Resolution up to 1280 x 1024 x 32 bits Bus
- Powered Supports suspend and wake-up modes
- Compact design Window 2000/ XP/ VISTA compatible
- Windows 2000/XP/VISTA
- Available USB 2.0 port
- Resolutions Supported
- 1280 x 1024 at 8,16,32 Bits
- 1024 x 768 at 8,16,32 Bits
- 800 x 600 at 8,16,32 Bits
- 640 x 480 at 8,16,32 Bits
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
- Q: Why can't I make the USB 2.0 to Graphic Card the primary display?
A: Some video cards ship their product with a utility that prevent other video cards from being set as the primary card. Check the bottom right hand corner taskbar for the utility. Disable the utility before switching our adapter to be the primary display.
- Q: Why won't my DVD player work when I move it over to the extended display?
A: Some DVD playback software packages do not support playing on a second display adapter of any kind.
- Q: How come my video will not play on Media Player if I move it over to the extended desktop?
A: Check that you have moved the Media Player window completely over to the second screen.
- Q: Why does my mouse not move pass the right side of the screen as it should on extended desktop?
A: Check the display settings and make sure that your display number "2" is on the right side of display number "1". You can rearrange how Windows treats each display in relation to each other in the Display Properties Settings.
- Q: There are lines running horizontally up and down my screen.
A: This is due to a low refresh rate setting. You can change this in the Display Properties Settings Advanced Monitor. Make sure you select the USB 2.0 VGA Device first and not set the refresh rate higher than what your monitor can support. This may damage your monitor. You can also try to reset/refresh/resynchronize your monitor.
- Q: Direct3D does not work?
A: This is a current limitation of the adapter. Please check for driver updates in the future to add support for this. If your application requires this, please use the main display adapter.
- Q: Why won't the Adapter work on Windows Vista 64 bit version?
A: Currently, the driver is compatible with Windows Vista 32 bit version only. Please check for the driver updates in the future. USER GUIDE
We are pleased to tell you that the newest driver (model: USBG-SVGA1, USBG-SVGA1 & USBG-SVGA2) of USB 2.0 VGA adapter has got the Microsoft Digital Signed (WHQL) on Windows XP and could be supported multi-adapters on one PC! Please Download new drivers from our Download section of USBGear.com site.