Eliminate the Headache of Display Configuration and Auto-detection with SmartAVI's EDID-Mirror

Top Quote The EDID-Mirror prevents Windows7, XP and Linux from auto-configuring your displays if your computer is started up with the displays disconnected or turned off. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) August 24, 2012 - NORTH HOLLYWOOD, CA - Certain operating systems, especially Windows 7, have a display auto-detection feature that can reconfigure your displays if they are not powered on or connected at startup. This can lead to the frustrating task of reconfiguring your displays.

    The solution is the EDID-Mirror, a DVI-D EDID (Extended Display Identification Data) emulator that provides a constant signal to the computer, regardless of whether the displays are present or not. This ensures that the display configuration is not lost.

    The EDID-Mirror comes in one-port, 2-port and 4-port version. It is ideal for use with large installations such as video walls, where preserving the EDID configuration is critical.

    For more information about the EDID-Mirror, please visit: http://www.SmartAVI.com

    About SmartAVI
    SmartAVI, Inc. is a world-leading innovator of digital signage and video/audio/control signal distribution and switching over UTP/STP and fiber optic cable, based in North Hollywood, California. SmartAVI is internationally known for its aggressively-priced, high-quality audio/visual signal management solutions.

    System architects everywhere have come to rely on SmartAVI's innovative technologies and commitment to the highest standards in A/V solutions. Companies that have embraced SmartAVI's expertise include: NASA, Boeing, DreamWorks Studios, Johnson & Johnson, United States Army, Procter & Gamble Company, Adobe Systems Incorporated, Lockheed Martin, Monte Carlo Resort, and Miller Brewing Company.

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