display adapter

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(computer science) an electronic device that converts information in memory to video output to a display

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NYSE: SGI), Number Nine demonstrated its 32MB Revolution(R) IV-FP graphics adapter designed with TMDS support to drive the award-winning Silicon Graphics 1600SW(TM) Digital Flat Panel Monitor at resolutions up to 1600 x 1024 at 16.
The DisplayLink-certified HP USB graphics adapter enables quick and easy extension of a visual workspace to multiple displays.
designs, manufactures and sells graphics adapters and other multimedia subsystem products for use primarily in desktop personal computers.
The Software Toolworks World Atlas Version 4" CD-ROM DOS: IBM PC or compatible with 80286, 80386 or 80486 processor, 640k RAM or higher, hard disk, VGA graphics adapter and color monitor, CD-ROM drive, mouse highly recommended, AdLib(R), Sound Blaster(R), Pro Audio Spectrum(TM) sound cards supported, DOS 3.
DisplayLink([R]), the leading provider of USB Graphics technology, today announced the latest HP Plug-and-Display Dual Output USB Graphics Adapter, powered by DisplayLink technology, which enables up to six displays to be connected to a notebook or PC.
Colorgraphic has introduced the only 8-output PCI graphics adapter and the only low profile, 4-output graphics adapter for AGP bus.
16 /PRNewswire/ -- Colorgraphic increases its dominance in the multiple-display adapter market with the introduction of the only 8-output PCI graphics adapter and the only low profile, 4-output graphics adapter for AGP bus.
Previous Pentium processors and Pentium-based systems included a northbridge bus, which is the faster bus that connects the CPU, main memory, and AGP graphics adapter.
The company claimed to have developed the worlds first graphics card in 1982 - the Hercules Monochrome Graphics Adapter - and it pioneered high-end PC graphics hardware in the late eighties and early nineties.
The board requires a Pentium III class processor, a 32-bit/33MHz PCI bus and supporting BIOS, one available PCI bus slot, Microsoft Windows 98, ME, 2000, and XP, a minimum of 128 MB system RAM, CD-ROM drive for software installation and a DDI-compatible graphics adapter.
Independent testing from top hardware review sites, SharkyExtreme and HotHardware, places ATI's mainstream graphics board, the Rage Fury PRO, at the top of the list in all major categories, including superior video quality and providing more features than any other graphics adapter.
It is also using the Fire GL1 graphics adapter, developed by the Unix workstation team in Austin, Texas, in the IntelliStation Z Pro as a mid-range option.