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DISPLAYLINK BRINGS DOCKING TO QUALCOMM POWERED WINDOWS 2-IN-1 MOBILE PLATFORMS

PALO ALTO, Calif.– January 3rd, 2018 — DisplayLink, the leading provider of USB graphics technology, today announced support for Qualcomm® 2-in-1 mobile platforms running the Microsoft® Windows® 10 operating system. DisplayLink “Plug and Display” technology enables any USB port on the new 2-in-1 laptops to be used as a docking station connector for adding multiple displays, audio, Ethernet, and other USB peripherals.

Officially announced at Qualcomm’s Technology Summit, these platforms provide a full Windows 10 experience along with Gigabit LTE and up to 24 hours of battery life. DisplayLink offers enterprise workers the best of two worlds, an “always connected” mobile device while on-the-go and the ability to dock for full PC productivity in an office or hot desk while connected to any DisplayLink docking station.

“Connecting ultra-light Qualcomm devices running Windows 10 to a DisplayLink-powered docking station unlocks the full capability of these platforms,” said John Cummins, Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing at DisplayLink. “This is great news for IT administrators and infrastructure managers who can now deploy laptops that cater to the broad-spectrum needs of modern workers where a keyboard, mouse and multiple full-sized displays enable an enhanced workflow for office productivity applications.”

About DisplayLink® – Plug and Display Solutions

DisplayLink® (www.displaylink.comdevelops hardware and software solutions to enable easy connectivity between monitors, virtual reality HMDs and computing devices over standard interfaces such as USB, Ethernet, and wireless networks. DisplayLink’s enterprise technology increases productivity and ease-of-use in the multi-display workspace and is deployed to millions of users through globally branded PC products. DisplayLink’s XR solution enables a fully immersive, cable-free experience for virtual reality users. Follow DisplayLink on YouTubeLinkedInFacebook and Twitter.

DisplayLink and the DisplayLink logo are registered trademarks of DisplayLink Corp. All rights reserved.

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