DisplayLink now optimized for Intel-integrated chipset

Connect up to four monitors now via DisplayLink on integrated graphics systems.

Three displays are connected to one system all via USB only. DisplayLink

DisplayLink--which makes technology that allows multiple monitors to be connected to one computer through USB--announced this week that it's now optimized its technology for the Intel 4 Series Express Chipset Family for desktops and notebooks.

Previous systems with integrated graphics were only able to connect one additional display. Now via DisplayLink and with these new Intel-specific optimizations, users with PCs based on the Intel 4 Series Express Chipset Family can easily connect to up to four monitors at once without the need to buy additional graphics cards. In addition, users who run four monitors on the Intel chipset will enjoy a 20 percent performance improvement, which includes smoother video playback, according to DisplayLink.

Users who have an Intel Series 4 chipset-based system should be on the lookout for the drivers to be implemented via Windows Update.

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