Many Club 3D SenseVision products are using DisplayLink chipsets. When we started with USB 2.0 Graphic Adapters back in 2011 their was support for Windows and Linux. Nowadays it is a completly different story. Over the years DisplayLink has worked a lot on compatibility to almost all OS out in the market. Currently Windows, macOS, Ubuntu Linux, Android and Chrome OS are supported.
With latest step DisplayLink partners with Microsoft to enable USB Graphics Support with MS Windows 10 Anniversary Update. Users do not need to download the drivers anymore for updating them. The update is just done with the Windows update. For reading the DisplayLink Press Release please click on the DisplayLink Logo in this news. If you want to know which Club 3D products are equipped with DisplayLink chipsets and which chipsets are used please send a mail to [email protected] or [email protected] .
The SenseVision USB 3.0 Type-C to USB Type-A Data and Charging Hub is a very nice compact tool which adds four common USB Type-A ports to your USB Type-C enabled device. Many of the latest Ultrabooks and Laptops lack a sufficenet number of expansion ports. This makes it difficult to use your favourite peripherals like mice, USB storage and external HDDs at the same time while no port is left to charge your smartphone, headset or other device. CSV-1541 is the solution for this. Furthermore this product helps you saving cost after buying the latest technology in your portable device. You can just continue with the peripherals you are used to based on Type-A technology.
- Club 3D USB 3.1 Type-C to HDMI 2.0 adapter (CAC-1504)
- Club 3D USB 3.1 Type-C Power Delivery cable (CAC-1522)
- Club 3D USB Type-C to Ethernet + USB 3.0 + USB Type-C Charging Mini Dock (CSV-1530)
Guess what: They all did earn the Editor´s Choice Award.
Conclusion of the reviewer: “Club 3D created a great line-up of USB 3.1 and Type-C devices, offering a cable, adapter, or device for any usage scenario. Best of all, it´s all plug-and-play.”
Nothing more to write on that. Read the review http://www.eteknix.com/do-more-with-usb-type-c-with-club3d-roundup-review/