EVGA’s first Monitor

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NOT JUST TWO LCD SCREENS MOUNTED ON THE SAME STANDBrea, California and Munich, Germany – January 7, 2008 — EVGA Corporation, a trendsetting graphics card and motherboards manufacturer announced today the release of Interviewâ„¢ Dual-Monitor System, a brand new concept in dual-monitor display with two rotating wide-screen LCD screens.

EVGA Interviewâ„¢ Dual-Monitor System offers two 17″ wide-screen WXGA LCD screens and can receive input signals from dual DVI Digital or dual VGA Analog sources. Two LCD screen panels can also open and close horizontally.

EVGA Interviewâ„¢ also features an integrated 1.3-megapixel webcam, a microphone, a headset output, USB 2.0 ports and two stereo speakers.

EVGA Interviewâ„¢ comes with a 3-year limited warranty and is available through leading resellers.

More information can be found at http://www.anandtech.com/Gallery.aspx?id=19

EVGA Interview

Each panel can be flipped around 180 degrees and will automatically flip the image, so you can be working on a document and showing someone else either the same screen or a different desktop. EVGA expects the InterView to debut in March at a price point of around $750.

EVGA also demonstrated some USB video adapters. EVGA UV Plus+



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