Atlona Technologies Announces 3 New Mini DisplayPort Products Designed To Solve MDP Connectivity Issues.
Atlona Technologies, leading solutions based manufacturer of Audio Video accessories, has added 3 new accessories to their Mini DisplayPort product line
Mini DisplayPort (MDP) format compatibility has been a thorn in the sides of many AV users, and once again, Atlona Technologies has come to the rescue. Always set on providing solutions for all AV issues one may encounter in any industry, Atlona has released 3 new Mini DisplayPort products to accompany previous successes such as their DVI to Mini DisplayPort Converter, the DP200. Two Such products are the AT-MDP12 and AT-MDP14.
Atlona Technologiesâ€™ AT-MDP12 is a 1 input to 2 outputs Mini DisplayPort splitter while the AT-MDP14 works as a 1 input to 4 output MDP Splitter. Both units are designed to allow computers with a Mini DisplayPort connection (such as MacBook Pro, MacPro, Air, MacMini, etc.) the ability to be displayed on multiple Mini DisplayPort monitors such as the Apple 24â€? LED and Apple iMac 27, simultaneously. These beneficial MDP splitters will even work with DisplayPort monitors (Dell, HP and others), with the appropriate Mini DisplayPort to DisplayPort Atlona adapters. Along with supporting resolutions up to 2560 x 1600 and surround sound audio of PCM 7.1 & AC3, these units feature a USB connection which is used to power this unit as well as pass audio. With four sets of EDID formats, the AT-MDP12 and ATMDP41 both provide fast switching between sources and the display.
The third MDP product is a Mini DisplayPort KVM Switch allowing users to connect up to two Mini DisplayPort computers to a single display. This AT-MDP21 has 2 individual Mini DisplayPort inputs, 4 USB inputs, and an individual Mini DisplayPort output, as well as 2 USB outputs for keyboard and a mouse. Supporting digital video resolutions up to 1920×1200, the AT-MDP21 is perfect for users looking to use a single Mini DisplayPort Monitor, such as the Apple 24″ Cinema Display with multiple Mini DisplayPort computers or sources. Along with the capability of being passive without a need of a separate power supply, the AT-MDP21 features 2 push-buttons on the front panel, which allows users to select between sources.
With all Mac designed products having gone through rigorous testing at the Apple Lab in Cupertino, CA, Atlona ensures perfect compatibility between all the Apple computers and Displays.
Atlonaâ€™s new MiniDisplay Products will be available the following dates with the following MSRPs:
â€¢ AT-MDP12: May 15, 2010 ($269.00)
â€¢ AT-MDP14: May 15, 2010 ($369.00)
â€¢ AT-MDP21: In Stock Now ($99.00)
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For more information, press only:
Joshua Carlson, (408) 962-0515 ext 123, JCarlson@atlona.com
For more information, sales only:
Western Regional Sales Manager:
Michael Hawkins (408) 962-0515 ext 133, Hawkins.email@example.com
Central Regional Sales Manager:
Ron Kasmarsik (408) 962-0515 ext 137, Ron@atlona.com
Eastern Regional Sales Manager:
Kevin Billingsley (408) 962-0515 ext 122 Kevin@atlona.com
Account Manager, Broadcasting, Central USA:
Sid Guel (408) 962-0515 ext 234 SidGuel@atlona.com
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