Dr. Botts' DVIator Converts ADC To Standard DVI

Dr. Bott has released an adapter for connecting Appleis ADC enabled displays to standard DVI ports. The DVIator allows people with older computers, those not supporting Appleis ADC technology, to use ADC equipped monitors such as the 22" Apple Cinema Display. According to Dr. Bott:

Dr. Bott is proud to announce the DVIator for ADC. DVIator connects Appleis latest flat-panel displays to any computer with a compatible DVI video signal.

You donit have to buy a new G4 to drive the coolest display around.

DVIator (pronounced "deviator") allows the use of ADC displays through industry standard DVI video. Not only does DVIator depart from the norm of only allowing one ADC display on the latest Macs, it also allows the use of multiple ADC displays on ADC G4s.

"Appleis ADC displays are without-a-doubt the coolest screens around. We are thrilled to give millions of Appleis PCI Mac users the opportunity to use these displays," said Eric Prentice, CEO of Dr. Bott LLC. "Seeing a G4 with a 22" Cinema Display is impressive. However, DVIator goes one step further by allowing multiple ADC displays on the same Macintosh. A Mac with dual Cinema Displays is absolutely amazing."

DVIator combines DVI video, USB and external power to drive Appleis ADC 15" and 22" displays without any loss in quality or functionality. It is compatible with all G4 Power Macs with built-in DVI video and older Macs that have a compatible DVI video card installed. Dr. Bottis internal testing included Beige Macs all the way down to the 7200.

The DVIator is available for US$149. You can find more information at the Dr. Bott Web site.