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Usb Display ( MIRROR SCREEN )

0.99 usd

1.Plug and Play : Easy Usage
2.Display your mobile Screen On large screens with USB.
3.No need of Configuration.if required you can configure manually with settings
4.Advanced Settings with resolution setting and live stream display
5.Full volume and display control on both devices
To communicate and to supply electric power. It has become commonplace on other devices, such as smartphones, PDAs and video game consoles.USB has effectively replaced a variety of earlier interfaces, such as serial and parallel ports, as well as separate power chargers for portable devices.Unlike other data cables (e.g., Ethernet, HDMI), each end of a USB cable uses a different kind of connector; a Type-A or a Type-B. This kind of design was chosen to prevent electrical overloads and damaged equipment, as only the Type-A socket provides power. There are cables with Type-A connectors on both ends, but they should be used carefully.The mini and micro sizes also allow for a reversible Type-AB receptacle, which accepts either a Type-A or a Type-B plug. In this scheme, known as USB On-The-Go, one receptacle performs double duty in space-constrained applications.multiple monitors simultaneously via USB consumes less power than using them via DVI. To plug multiple monitors into one system traditionally requires that you use a discrete graphics card solution with dual DVI ports. Right away that's theoretically more power, since discrete solutions take more energy to run than integrated solutions. With DisplayLink, you'd simply be using the USB port to connect, so there would be no need for a dual DVI card and the integrated graphics would suffice.Whether users need to connect additional 1080p monitors to improve their productivity, or go beyond 1080p with the latest 4K Ultra HD displays.USB monitors,. As a result, intensive graphical applications, such as computer games and high-definition videos, will run when displayed on the USB monitor.