ASUS joins the USB-enabled monitor crowd

“Hard to go wrong with a little bit of DisplayLink” says Engadget.

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Neat; now I have an excuse to add a matching monitor to the 1680×1050 capable VGA port of my Eee PC. I wonder if this also means that we’ll see some Linux drivers from DisplayLink?

Nokia have finally told the world about their own noBounds project (see http://www.vimeo.com/784138 and http://www.internettablettalk.com/2008/03/14/the-nobounds-project/ for more). This seems to natively drive DisplayLink-enabled displays from the N8x0 series of Internet Tablets and S60 smartphones by USB or WLAN.

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