New and/or updated Matrox Extio F2208/F2408 features include: • Enhanced Windows operating environment support for Microsoft Windows 7 (32/64 bit), Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Vista® (32/64 bit), Windows Server 2008 (32/64 bit) with SP2, Windows XP (32/64 bit), Windows Server 2003 (32/64 bit); • Enable two PCIe interface cards, Extio F2208 and Extio F2408 KVM extenders, plus Extio F2408E Expander units to drive up to 16 DisplayPort and/or DVI displays, keyboard, mouse, audio and have eight additional USB 2.0 ports at up to 1 km from the PC; • Clone multiple displays in two separate remote locations across two fiber-optic cables, while also stretching desktops; • Extio Setup Utility (BIOS Level Configuration & Diagnostics) to verify and/or configure the fiber-optic transceiver, link status, USB ports, hardware mapping and device password protection; • A Matrox Appliance Integrity Scanner to log device hardware/firmware configurations; • A Matrox Appliance Configuration Utility to field upgrade firmware to take advantage of the latest features; • Wake from sleep/standby by pressing any keyboard key with select systems.
Wow... 16 displays.
Now that's definitely overkill!
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16 displays, wow that is a lot of displays. When I saw the title I was thinking April fools carry over. I guess it could be useful in several professional situations though that I can think of. Personal I think it would be overwhelming though.
UM HH, next contest??? 16 monitors and one of these units? :D
Haha that would be sweet. Notice you can drive the monitor up to 1 Km away from the KVM so roughly 3000 feet. Could you see one PC driving 16 of those new transparent flat screens showing ads.
Whats the advantage of Matrox's product over a pair of high end AMD cards in crossfire with eyefinity?
16 monitors? wow, i guess if you have like a security system or something, this can come in handy?
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ridiculous. you might as well turn your office into an ESPN zone and charge employees to watch games at lunch.
pjnissim:ridiculous. you might as well turn your office into an ESPN zone and charge employees to watch games at lunch.
There's gonna be a lot of people buying into this though,..........security centers maybe?
We actually have these where I work at. It is rather strange having your computers on the other side of the building.
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