Operating System Agnostic
The Vid-2X supports Windows, Linux, and OS X operating systems thanks to its driver-less design. A completely external solution, it won’t break any warranties or disrupt your computer in any way.
Quick and Easy to Install
Enabling multiple monitors has never been so easy. Just attach the Vid-2X to each of your monitors, and power the unit with a standard USB cable. There’s no guesswork, and best of all, no IT support required.
No software? No worries! The Vid-2X features dip switches to switch between stretch- and clone-mode, and adjust for bezel gaps, and an LED light that identifies the connection status and screen resolution.
Simple Bezel Management
When spanning content across two displays in stretch-mode, simple bezel management makes your images appear natural and continuous. This feature comes in particularly useful when displaying large images across multiple screens.
In clone-mode, the Vid-2X displays the same content on two screens. This can be useful in digital signage installations, bars/restaurants, classrooms, boardrooms, and many other environments.
Combine Multiple Units
You aren’t limited to a single Vid-2X unit per system. Nay, multiple units can be combined to create advanced multi-screen display configurations. With the appropriate graphics hardware, Vid-2X units can be used to double otherwise-stated display capabilities.
Full HD Support
The Vid-2X was designed to support 2 displays at full HD (1920 x 1080). In stretch-mode, the Vid-2x can support a resolution of up to 3840 x 1200, creating a magnificent HD viewing experience no matter the set up.
Single Logical Displays
To the operating system, the Vid-2X is perceived as a single logical display. This makes it easier to use with applications that weren’t designed with multi-monitor set ups in mind.
Landscape and Portrait Support
The Vid-2X can support both landscape and portrait modes, for increased flexibility and versatility. While less common, a portrait orientation is often better suited to tasks such as word processing and web browsing.