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Atlona debuts DP400 Dual Link DVI to MDP converter

updated 01:30 pm EST, Wed February 3, 2010

Supports 2560 x 1600 maximum resolutions

Atlona has introduced a new adapter for those hoping to use Apple displays, the DP400 Dual Link DVI to mDP converter. The box is designed for DVI based Mac users looking to convert video signals to Mini DisplayPort screens like the LED Cinema Display or the 27-inch iMac. Similar the company's previous DP200 release, this device has a 7-inch USB cable. However, unlike the 1920x1200-only previous model, the DP400 supports the full 2560x1600 resolution that requires a dual-link signal.

The add-on doesn't lose detail in the process and is capable of pixel-to-pixel imaging on any mDP screen, including future models made beyond Apple. The device connects to computers using a 7-inch DVI-D adapter cable and is compatible with all Apple and PC computers that have either full-size or mini DVI connections.

Atlona plans to ship the DP400 on March 8th and has opened pre-orders for an official $200 price.



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