Village Tronic ViBook Plus

Jan 2nd, 2010 | By Simon

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Village Tronic has again impressed me with the ViBook. While the change is quite minute, it is necessary in an age where technology advances and the standards increase so fast. While a 22″ monitor was once sufficient for the average use, 24″ and larger is no longer out of the ordinary.

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The ViBook Plus allows users to add multiple monitors of 1920×1200 resolution or screen sizes of up to 28″ to their notebook or PC without bulky or expensive hardware. The added feature of the VT Multidisplay unlocks features and capabilities to further enhance your productivity – something no one will ever complain about.

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Advantages

  • Simple and easy to use

  • Supports 24+” monitors at resolutions of 1920×1200
  • VT Multidisplay software further increases dual display productivity

Disadvantages

  • Driver CD needs to be updated with latest software and drivers for Windows 7 support

I’d like to thank Village Tronic for making this review possible.

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  1. Hi, Simon. Nice review, so nice in fact I want to buy one but can only find it at one online distributor, Harmonic Inversion Technologies.com. When I try to checkout after adding the product to the basket, my browsers and internet security program blocks my progress and gives big warnings about proceeding as the site is unsecured and possibly dangerous. I have e-mailed both Village Tronic and Harmonic but no one wants to respond. Do you have any direct contacts at either of these places or know where I can buy one at a reputable online dealer? It’s really frustrating as I just bought a 24″ monitor and would love to run it at full resolution.

    Thanks and again great review.

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  2. Mark,
    I will send an email to Harmonic Inversion for you and see what they can do. Send me an email me your email address and I will try and get someone to reply directly to you.
    Regards,
    Simon

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