Village Tronic Looking To Expand Global Network Of Distributors And Resellers For Its Multiple Display Technology

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Village Tronic, one of the leading pioneers of multi-display solutions, is looking for new distributors and resellers for its growing range of multi-monitor products.

Village Tronic, one of the leading pioneers of multi-display solutions, is looking for new distributors and resellers for its growing range of multi-monitor products.

According to Ascanio Orlandini, Village Tronic's CTO, the recent launch of the company's innovative ViBook has created a huge demand with enquiries coming in from around the world. "ViBook has had some tremendous write ups," he explained. "Reviewers immediately saw how ViBook can improve productivity by enabling users to easily add additional monitors to their desktop or notebook via USB. Jon Peddie of Jon Peddie Research neatly summed up the benefits of ViBook by saying the more you can see, the more you can do."

Interested distributors and resellers can email Village Tronic on sales(at)

Technical details for ViBook
Up to six displays can be driven by one Windows based computer and up to four for a Mac OS one. This gives a huge amount of screen area that can significantly increase productivity as many different programs can be open and visible at the same time without having to open and close pane. Each display is driven by an ultra compact ViBook that plugs into the DVI socket of the display and the other end of the cable goes to the USB port of the desktop or notebook. Village Tronic's special multi-display software enables users to surround themselves with an extended desktop of independent applications each running on their own dedicated screen or one huge desktop spanning across several screens.

Designed and manufactured in Italy, ViBook is extremely small at only 4.3cm by 7cm by 2.4cm (1.7 in by 2.8 in by 0.9in) and has a three year warrantee. It is supplied as a complete USB Graphics System that includes a DVI to VGA cable for high quality analog output to displays, a VESA mounting cradle and Village Tronic's sophisticated multi-screen software for an enhanced user experience - VT MultiDisplay software for Windows and VT Voilà for Mac. Other cable options are available as optional extras.

The ViBook Graphics USB-DVI Cable is compatible with any computer system with an USB 2.0 port running Mac OS X 10.4 and 10.5 on Intel-based Macs; and Windows 2000, Windows XP (32-bit), Windows Vista (32 and 64-bit). It can support displays up to 22" in size, with a resolution of 1680x1050 (widescreen) and 1600x1200 (standard) in 16 and 32 bit color. As it draws its power from the USB within the specified power rating, no additional power adapters are required and it can even work via a USB hub. It can be used with or independently of the video card already installed in the computer and can even drive projectors and HDTV displays.

Technical details for ViDock Gfx
When maximum graphics performances are required to boost the productivity of notebook computers to desktop class, ViDock Gfx is the ultimate graphics expansion multi-display solution. Providing up to two DVI Dual Link ports and 512MB DDR3 memory, it allows up to two additional 30" 2560x1600 displays to be connected.

ViDock Gfx is an external device that connects to laptops through the very fast ExpressCard expansion port and also features a powered USB port that allows a USB hub to be connected and many other USB devices to make it the ultimate and customizable graphics docking solution. ViDock Gfx comes in three different editions: Business, Pro and Mac.

Pricing and availability
ViBook is available now with an end user price of €108 plus local tax in Europe or $129 plus tax in the USA.
ViDock Gfx is available with an end user price of between €249 and €416 plus local tax in Europe or $320 to $499 plus tax in US, depending on the edition.

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About Village Tronic
Village Tronic is an international, multi-display company and has been pioneering multi-display solutions since 1993. In 1996, it became the world market leader for independent graphics cards for Motorola based Work Stations. In 2004, Village Tronic started the multi-display revolution for notebook workstations with the introduction of VTBook for the Windows, Macintosh & Linux platforms. For further information about Village Tronic and their products, please visit the website:

ViBook is a trademark of Village Tronic.


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