We visited IOGEAR's booth at CES 2015 to take a look at the new products on display. The most striking was the DisplayLink-based products. Similar to Diamond Multimedia, we had the usual USB 3.0 dock with Ethernet, multiple display outputs, audio jack and multiple downstream USB ports (GUD342 - $200). However, while Diamond's dock required another adapter for 4K support, the GUD342 is 4K-enabled by itself. IOGEAR GUD342 - DisplayLink USB 3.0 Dock There were two USB 3.0 external video card for sending out 4K signals, one over Display Port (GUC34DP - $100) and the other over HDMI (GUC34HD - $120) IOGEAR was particularly proud of their long range wireless 5x2 HDMI Matrix PRO. It even allows for multi-casting from one source to five different locations. It...
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