Liztek announce 40 % off on USB 3.0 Video Graphics Adapter Card

Liztek USB 3.0 to VGA/DVI/HDMI video graphics adapter card GA 3400 D is a powerful yet easy to use; sturdy yet reasonably priced device compatible with range of operating systems and almost driver free in operation. The device allows you to connect to up to 6 monitors and makes your multitasking really easy.

Graphic adapter card is a device which gets connected to your PC through USB 3.0 port and makes it a video display output port. There have been many Video Graphics adapter cards in the market. However the thing which needs to be kept in mind while buying these devices is that it should be compatible with your system and should not be much dependent on external drivers.

Liztek is our favored brand in computer accessories. The Liztek USB 3.0 to VGA/DVI/HDMI video graphics adapter card GA 3400 D meets almost all the criteria which a good display adapter should have. The device is compatible with Windows 8.1/8/7/XP. The support to Mac and Linux is not there presently. The installation is hassles free. The driver support is included in the Windows update themselves. You can manually download latest software from Display using this device you can use up to six displays with your Windows PC however you will require separate adapter for each monitor. It supports resolutions up to 2048×1152 (1920×1080 with Analog VGA). This device enables you to connect these monitors with inexpensive USB 3.0 cables.

The adapter device comes with the main USB 3.0 to DVI-I adapter, a USB 3.0 cable and hardware adapters for various connector types (DVI-I to VGA/D-Sub and DVI-I to HDMI). It supports monitors and PC-compatible TVs up to 2048×1152 or 1920×1200 (1920×1080 for Analog VGA).

With all these features, the device is sleek and fairly portable. It can easily be ordered at Amazon for a very reasonable price. Icing to the cake is Liztek’s announcement for forty percent off for the device. So, what are you waiting for? Just order your device today and indulge yourself in multitasking like a pro.

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