ASUS joins the USB-enabled monitor crowd

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


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 and 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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