GPEG, USB monitors
No graphics output available? Solution…’Eye-Pad’ USB monitors from GPEG
News Release from:
GPEG International Ltd
14 October 2010
Users that do not have dual-display graphics card availability or a free VGA port can now obtain full graphics functionality by simply connecting GPEG's 7 inch or 10.1 inch USB enabled monitors.
These monitors use GPEG's proprietary display board which incorporates the DisplayLink chipset to create a virtual graphics card via USB, which is fully compatible with Windows Extended Desk Top. A single mini-USB port provides both power and data to the device.
The option of adding a 3.2mm 5 wire industrial grade resistive touch screen to these monitors provides users with a high durability, low drift, highly accurate operator interface. The 7 inch monitor features a WVGA display resolution of 800x480 with the 10.1 inch monitor supporting 1024x600 (WSVGA).
Both monitors also feature an LED backlight for reliability and long life with a brightness of 350 nits (7”) and 220 nits (10.1”).
Aimed particularly at the Industrial user these USB monitors are available in ‘rugged’ metal housings that are fully customisable to meet customers’ exact mechanical and mounting requirements.