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Acer taps PLX PCIe-to-USB device controller technology

Monday 10 February 2014 | 21:32 CET | News
Global provider of semiconductor-based PCI Express (PCIe) connectivity services, PLX Technology has announced that Acer has chosen PLX PCIe-to-USB device controller technology for its Acer Aspire Z3-600 all-in-one personal computer. PLX's USB Duet technology provides Aspire Z3-600 users with plug-and-play device sharing using a standard USB cable between the Z3-600 and any other Windows-based computers, such as notebooks, ultra-books and tablets, including keyboard and mouse sharing, file sharing and full HD touchable display sharing. PLX PCIe-to-USB device controller technology combines the

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Companies: Acer / PLX Technology
Countries: World
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