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Matrox Graphics to Demo Parhelia APVe and New DualHead2Go at DV Expo West 2005
Posted Nov 25, 2005 Print Version     Page 1of 1
  

Matrox Graphics Inc., a manufacturer of graphics solutions for professionals, has announced that in the Matrox Booth 349 at DV Expo West 2005 in Los Angeles from December 7-9, the company will be demontsrating the Parhelia APVe for creative professionals, as well as for the unveiling of the brand new DualHead2Go, a highly portable, easy-to-use solution that upgrades a laptop to dual external displays. Whether you are looking for a PCIe x16 graphics card for your video editing workstation, or an external upgrade to bring DualHeadĀ® capabilities to your laptop, Matrox offers the perfect multi-display solutions to enhance your digital editing workflow.


The Matrox Parhelia APVe is a feature-filled graphics solution highlighted by its industry unique Dual-display plus simultaneous YPbPr HD component, composite or s-video output, providing the ultimate graphics platform for video editors looking to work with either DV or HDV projects. This, combined with Matrox's WYSIWYG video output plug-ins for Adobe Premiere Pro, Photoshop, and After Effects - as well as for a whole host of other popular applications - makes it a productive video editing and compositing graphics solution.

The new Matrox DualHead2Go is an external multi-display upgrade that sits outside of your system and provides a completely new way to add multi-display support to a laptop. The DualHead2Go takes the existing single monitor display output (i.e. external VGA output) from your system and expands it into dual display outputs, allowing you to run your Windows desktop at up to 2560 x 1024 resolution stretched across two displays. Furthermore, when using DualHead2Go in conjunction with the built-in display of your laptop, you can actually benefit from a 3-display set-up.

www.matrox.com/graphics



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