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DisplayLink demos Intel Merrifield-powered device USB to Touchscreen

DisplayLink shows Merrifield-powered device outputting over USB 3.0 to touchscreen monitor (NASDAQ:INTC)

| Computer Systems News | Posted: Sep 12, 2013 6:18 pm

IDF 2013 - While at the DisplayLink booth, Trace Hagan was able to check out a demo of a very early prototype of a mobile device running Intel's new Merrifield Processor which is one of the first USB 3.0 compatible mobile chipsets. The massive board seen in the middle is what your Android phone most likely looked like in the very early stages of its development.

 

 

The demo also shows off a Dell S2340 monitor which features DisplayLink's USB to Video connector in its base. The whole elaborate demo is designed to showcase DisplayLinks DL3700 product which enables touchscreen display technology over USB. Displaylink says that this now enables the smartphone to become a major productivity device.

 

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