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dsavard
post Nov 1 2004, 08:13 PM
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Anybody has experimented with the USB 2.0 to VGA adapter from Telegnosis and referenced in this thread?

This gizmo is sold rebranded by:Some details maybe gathered from the item five of this discussion.

It looks like a very viable alternative to the sloooow unusable CF VGA adapters which are suitable only for presentation if comments I read about it are true.
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post Nov 2 2004, 02:31 AM
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? Even if we had drivers for this device, then the original problems remains that the CF interface is too slow and that's why the CF-VGA card in the first place is slow. (please correct if wrong)
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post Nov 2 2004, 03:57 PM
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You are wrong (you asked me, no). I am talking about USB 2.0 to VGA not CF-VGA.
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post Nov 3 2004, 03:47 AM
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Hi dsavard. I understand that you are talking about USB - VGA converter. I am assuming you wish to connect this to your clamshell (oops seems you have a 6000, my mistake) and to do that you would need to go CF - USB - VGa... hence CF limitations.

Since though, you want to use the usb host (grrr, i want a usb host), this may prove viable although the host is usb1.1 and thus limited bandwidth? Keeping in mind though, that there have been usb-tv cards over usb1...
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post Nov 3 2004, 04:35 AM
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The 6000l has a usb host adapter at the bottom of the unit, thus bypassing the need for a cf card. I believe he means to use that instead.
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post Nov 3 2004, 08:42 AM
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but that usb host adapter on the bottom is only usb 1.1.. not 2.0
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