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HIS Multi-View adapter  - HIS Multi-View adapter
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The Overclocker Café has posted a review of the HIS Multi-View USB Adapter. The HIS Multi-View allows a user to expand their workspace with a second monitor though the use of a very portable USB adapter card. Up to six monitors may be added in with this type of unit which will undoubtedly have appeal with its business, academic and personal possibilities. Here’s a snip of the review. The HIS Multi-View adapter allows extremely quick and easy expansion of workspace. Whether it is for a classroom presentation from a laptop to a larger display or for the uber geek who wants up to a half a dozen monitors around his/her desk to do some true multi-tasking, the HIS Multi-View adapter does a great job.
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