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USB 3.0 to HDMI Adapters

New 4K Adapter and Updated HDMI Adapter Connects Monitors Via USB 3.0

We now have two great ways to connect high-end monitors via a computer’s USB 3.0 port, without the hassle of adding a suitable internal graphics card. The LINDY USB to 4K DisplayPort Adapter enables users to connect a 4K Ultra HD monitor by simply installing the driver and connecting the adapter to the computer using the supplied… Read more

LINDY Gives Devices the Charge They Deserve

Devices that are hungry on power can make charging with a USB multi-plug frustrating since many won’t supply the current required if more than one device is connected. The end result is often the most demanding devices such as an iPad don’t actually charge, even when left overnight. LINDY’s latest travel adapter solves this issue… Read more

Reuse Old Laptop Drives with the LINDY USB 3.0 to SATA Adapter

According to the Step Initiative, in 2012 Australia generated 25.23kg of e-waste per inhabitant. Whilst electronics have a limited lifespan, there are often components that still have value to the user, even though the rest of the device may be destined for the recycle bin. The new LINDY USB 3.0 to SATA 3.0 Adapter, for example, allows… Read more

LINDY USB 3.0 to VGA Adapter For The Connection That Just Keeps On Going

It’s been around since the late 80s, but VGA still shows no sign of disappearing VGA connections might not be as common today as a few years ago, but there are enough old style monitors still hard at work in offices up and down the country to make the new USB 3.0 to VGA Adapter from LINDY… Read more

LINDY DisplayPort to HDMI Splitter

LINDY DisplayPort to HDMI Splitter Duplicates and Expands Images

We announced today a splitter that turns a DisplayPort connection into 2 HDMI ports capable of duplicating the video output over one or two HDMI equipped displays and even expanding an image over two screens. Ideal for training, presentation and advertising environments, its ability to support resolutions up to 3840×1200 in expander mode makes it great… Read more