Car PC Supports Dual Displays Under Linux
Jan 15, 2008, 21:15 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Mini-PC manufacturer SD-Omega has announced a Linux-compatible
mini-PC that can run two displays simultaneously. The SD631T Dual
Display is primarily intended as a car PC that can drive both a GPS
display for the driver and an entertainment and Net-surfing display
"The SD631T Dual Display appears to be based on the SD631CH
introduced in late 2006, adding the capability of dual-displays.
Supported dual-display modes include an 'extended' mode, in which
the same content is shown on both displays, and a 'simultaneous'
mode, in which different content is displayed. SD-Omega did not
explicitly mention Linux support. However, the SD631GMA 950's
dual-display capabilities should be supported under Linux through
at least one available driver..."