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Saturday, November 12, 2022
This works with USB 3.0 (same as 3.2 Gen1). I have one hooked up to my DualUp monitor, at 2,560 x 2,880 pixels, and simultaneously a second monitor at 1680x1050. Based on the math, I think this can redraw the full screen on one of the attached 4K monitors about 18 times per second. (Or 9 times if you are changing both monitors at the same time, but how often do you do that?) When scrolling a full page web page, the scroll is not quite as smooth as with an HDMI connection, but not too noticeable. And if I am only scrolling / redrawing 80% of the screen that shows text, such as scrolling a code window, then I'm not sure the scrolling is any less smooth at all; maybe a little, but it does not interfere at all with my work. This works well enough to stream a movie on the attached screen, although an HDMI or DP connection would likely give a better image. I only use this for business use, so no games and generally not videos. No problems at all with my setup.
Don't try to game on this. Your FPS will be too low.
Saturday, April 16, 2022
By: Mark L
HDMI is hooked up to [email protected] USB-C is hooked up to [email protected] I had a 3rd extra monitor but Mac Mini has a limitation of 2 displays at most. With this USB Video Adapter using 6000 series Displaylink, I am able to use CPU cycles to render a 3rd monitor, by passing the limitation. USB-A is hooked up to [email protected] Etobicoke location was so helpful!