Colorgraphic’s Multiple Screen technology (MST) was born from the need to display more information from a single computer. The PC was unable to achieve this until MST cards were developed. Colorgraphic developed the technology some 10 years ago and has since been at the forefront of this technology.
Colorgraphic accelerator cards and exceptionally stable software drivers have been the choice of all the large financial and industrial market leaders. Colorgraphic has built a reputation for excellent sales, service and technical support, unmatched in the multi-screen market.
What exactly is MST?
MST is the ability to display independent information on more than one screen from a single PC.
MST is a superior way to work.
For many years operators in the financial and industrial sectors have had the need to display large amounts of information in an ordered, easily viewable and easily controllable format. Colorgraphic’s MST delivers this with the additional benefit of using less computer hardware in the process. This ability to cut the overheads of hardware has a direct benefit in reducing maintenance and running costs.
MST improves productivity.
When first using MST one is a little overwhelmed by the improvement of the desktop space, the need to keep minimizing, tiling, sizing, layering applications is a problem easily and quickly forgotten in the excitement at being able to work as you always wanted to.
MST is highly flexible.
Using one of Colorgraphic’s multi-screen cards in your PC, you can specify the size and shape of your desktop area. This lends itself to varied applications such as financial, video editing, video wall, programming, web authoring, training, simulation, medical, public information, presentations, process control or any application where an increased desktop area is desirable.
Why do I need a multi-screen system?
If you find you are constantly switching back and forth between applications, or you wish you had a 25-inch monitor to display all that information at once, a multi-screen solution could improve your productivity. Simply put, if you need to see a lot of information displayed at once, you would benefit from using more than one monitor.
Imagine being able to drag a file from Windows Explorer into your word processor, whilst both applications are maximized to full screens. Or having your web browser and e-mail client both open at full-screen size at the same time.