Medical technology manufacturer Ampronix, Irvine, Calif, has announced the release of Scanmaxx LapLinx, its newest medical video converter. According to the company’s announcement, the Scanmaxx series is already known within the industry for providing a way to upgrade medical imaging without the replacement cost. The new LapLinx, which allows for upscaling to HD via USB, has reportedly been tailor-made for radiologists. Users can connect their laptops via USB to PACS displays in their home or office. A user can plug in a USB cable for instant access to external displays, network connection, audio, USB printers and scanners, as well as a keyboard and mouse.
Video can be mirrored or extended from a computer to two additional monitors with resolutions up to 4 MP, in both widescreen and standard aspect ratio, according to Ampronix. Output resolutions can also be downscaled to accommodate two 4 MP images on a large screen display. Scanmaxx LapLinx works with diagnostic displays and comes with dual DVI video adapters for medical applications.
Features include screen resolutions of 800 x 600 up to 2560 x 1600, and a video output via USB 2.0/3.0, or two Dual Link DVI-D, LAN/RJ-45. For more information about the Scanmaxx LapLinx medical video converter, visit the Ampronix website.