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    I started working on USB in 1995, starting with the world’s first BIOS that supported USB Keyboards and Mice while at Award Software. After a departure into embedded systems software for real-time operating systems, I returned to USB IP cores and software at inSilicon, one of the leading suppliers of USB IP. In 2002, inSilicon was acquired by Synopsys and I’ve been here since. I also served as Chairman of the USB On-The-Go Working Group for the USB Implementers Forum from 2004-2006.

    I received an M.B.A. from Santa Clara University and an M.S. in Engineering from University of California Irvine, and a B.S. in Engineering from the University of Minnesota. I’m a licensed Professional Engineer in Civil Engineering in the State of California
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DisplayLink at CES 2013 – Docking Station with a Tablet

Posted by Eric Huang on May 21st, 2013

Here’s some lost footage, I’ve just found from my visit to CES 2013 with DisplayLink.

John points to ASUS, Lenovo, and HP Docking stations using the DisplayLink chip.  Most interesting, John Cummins, VP of Marketing, demonstrates the Dell Monitor with a Built In Docking Station used with a Tablet towards the end of this video.  (Couldn’t we do the same thing with a SmartPhone?)

There is another demo in the middle of the video that I’m not writing about at this time. I think it might be the first actual published video of this concept.  Watch the video to find out.  It’s not an insignificant demonstration.

That’s just a picture: the Video should be embedded below.

If the video isn’t properly embedded, then you need to go to YouTube here to view the DisplayLink CES 2013 video.

The great thing about DisplayLink is their customers keep coming out with more and more great products.

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