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Gefen Reduces Conversion Box, DVI-HUB Prices

In response to customer demands and product upgrades, Gefen (Woodland Hills, Calif.) has reduced the price on two of its most popular products. The ex-tend-it 11/20/2002 7:00 AM Eastern

In response to customer demands and product upgrades, Gefen (Woodland Hills, Calif.) has reduced the price on two of its most popular products.

The ex-tend-it VGA-to-ADC Conversion Box allows users to connect the VGA graphics from a PowerBook G4 or other desktop computer (Mac or PC) to any Apple flat-panel display. Since its release earlier this year, a more economical yet reliable power supply alternative was incorporated in the product design, thereby reducing the price by $100 on those boxes currently being produced.

Gefen has also reduced the price on its ex-tend-it DVI Hub, which is designed to split a DVI source and send it to two DVI flat-panel or projector screens, is now available for $499. Gefen's DVI Hub enables both monitors and projectors to connect to a computer equipped with just one DVI port and also extends both output signals up to 330 feet from the computer.

Product information may be found online at www.gefen.com.