New USB Port Replicators Missing Link in Notebook and Laptop Evolution

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UniXpress USB Port Replicator provides more options for attaching computer peripherals than a docking station or traditional port replicators, including VGA & Dual-PC Support

Mobile business users who go on frequent business trips with their notebook or laptop computer know when they return to the office they will face the headache of connecting and reconnecting their system to exchange information and take advantage of existing desktop computer peripherals.

Unfortunately, various products designed to address this problem have never been fully satisfactory. A docking station is proprietary and works with only one specific laptop model. Most USB port replicators are non-proprietary, but don't function with a Video Graphics Array (VGA) connector – the connector between the PC and desktop monitor.

Fortunately, a vital missing link in notebook evolution has been developed – the UniXpress USB Port Replicator from Addlogix of Irvine, Calif.

“UniXpress bridges the worlds of VGA, USB and non-USB computer peripherals to the notebook with one single USB cable,” says Matthew Chang, Addlogix Marketing Manager. “For the first time, users can achieve 1280 x 1024 resolution via a USB connection from their laptop to a monitor or even use a third screen without adding a video card.”

The UniXpress USB Port Replicator works on any Windows-based notebook or PC. Mobile users connect the VGA display, Ethernet, speakers, USB printers and other peripherals to UniXpress. All interface with the computer via one single USB cable.

UniXpress has several unique features including adding a second monitor without installing video graphics cards. For instance, you can have Word running on the laptop screen and an Excel spreadsheet on an external monitor simultaneously.

UniXpress is the only port replicators that supports video resolution of 1280 x 1024. Its patent pending graphics engine provides jitter-free DVD playback. The VGA port provides three modes of video support:

1) Duplication mode (same image appears on notebook and second monitor)

2) Extended mode (different images on each screen)

3) Primary mode (acts as the only display). Primary mode allows you to use a desktop monitor in place of a laptop screen.


Mathew Chang

Phone: 949-341-0888

Fax: 949-341-0673


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