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                DUAL-PORT VGA CARD  -- 23" Screen Area System
                =============================================

As today you can find a modem with almost any computer, the vision  of the
virtual, paperless office is coming nearer and nearer.

This immediately raises the most important question in every office: How big
is my desk?
The relevant meassure is no longer the number of square feet of the
deskplate, but the square inches of the monitorscreen on which we are
working today.

Normally these are 95 square-inches for a 14" monitor. But does this really
fit your position and your needs?
The more the number of  your tasks grows, the more you wish your Desk,
i.e. your monitor would grow with it. So you first buy a 17" monitor
(138 square-inch). But your workload keeps growing and you wish your
workspace could double, so you decide to buy a 23" monitor (254 square-inch).
So you visit your nearest computer store - but no 23" monitors there. The
salesman recommends the nearest TV-shop. There are many 23" monitors, but
none with a VGA interface.

Now you go home open your e-mail box and find this advertisement :

                       The Dual Port VGA-Card
                       ======================
which in combination with two 17" monitors provides you 260 square-inch
screen area and your dreams have come true.

Every computer can be converted: Simply replace the old VGA card with the new
dual-port VGA card and install the windows driver.

Technical Data:
* Up to 16 cards per PC
* Virtual screen drivers for Windows 3.1
* Supports "Green PC" compliant sleep mechanism for power saving
* Uses CL-542x True Color SVGA controller
* Video overlay and color key supported
* System requirements: 2 MB of free hard disk space, 2 MB RAM
* Optional: Up to 4 MB RAM per card, Supports 16 million colors at 640 * 480

Price:     US$ 370.-


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