USB Graphics technology provider DisplayLink today announced a range of new USB 3.0 Mac Drivers, alongside a bunch of USB 3.0 Docking Stations at CES 2013, Las Vegas.
Enabling Mac users to benefit from DisplayLink’s Award Winning Chip and Software Technology, DisplayLink’s docking stations coupled with a Macbook via a free driver installation enable up to 4 additional displays, keyboard, mouse, audio and Ethernet connectivity.
DisplayLink says there is immense demand from the Mac user base for productivity enhancements that can turn any laptop into a full-fledged workstation using a single cable USB docking station.
John Cummins, the vice president of sales and marketing at DisplayLink, says “Due to high demand from the Mac community adding Mac support to our operating system lineup was high on DisplayLink’s priority list.”
“We see Mac usage increasing in both consumer and enterprise markets globally since we released our previous USB 2.0 products,” Cummins adds.
“We’ve invested heavily to add support for the entire DisplayLink Chipset family, and are truly excited to announce this ahead of schedule here at CES.”
DisplayLink is making the new Mac driver is available as a software upgrade (soon to be released to the public). The company says it’s completely backward-compatible with DisplayLink’s previous silicon solutions.