Whether you’re fine tuning your work environment or putting on a presentation, in today’s world, you want device inter-connectivity.
Since there there has been a massive increase in the amount of people streaming their games, I have become more interested in ways to streamline the process. Streaming takes a lot, there is a lot to monitor and look at while playing a game at the same time. Being able to better manage your display can make such a difference and make the whole streaming experience more manageable.
In recent years DisplayPort has been making waves in the digital world as far as visuals are concerned. Thanks to Accell, I was able to get my hands on a couple of DisplayPort products worth talking about.
UltraAV Mini DisplayPort 1.2 to 2 DisplayPort Multi-Display MST HubThis product is ideal for those who work with Microsoft Surfaces (Surface Pro 4, Surface Pro 3, Surface Pro 2). This hub allows you to mirror your desktop over two monitors. This is a great idea for Xbox streamers who are using Mixer as their stream platform. Combine the mirrored display with the Xbox SmartGlass option for the surface and you’ve got a pretty sweet setup for streaming. I love that Accell understands the importance of the two monitor setup which has become vital for some many people including myself. The hub is lightweight, durable, and far from clunky. It’s tiny, but mighty and can make a real difference in the way you use your Surface. Cost is 79.99$.
USB-C to DisplayPort Cable
Keeping on trend with the growing support for USB-C, Accell has not missed a beat with this cable. I just got a new phone with a USB-C port and was quickly able to use this DisplayPort cable. The cable is versatile, supports 4k resolution and works with any operating system. It’s also priced reasonably at 31.99$.
Accell has a lot of clever and innovative solutions you can find at AccellCables.com.
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