@ScottRose: 1600x1200 (pixels) * 16 (bits/pixel, assumed) x 30 fps (assumed) = 921,600,000 bits/sec This is well above USB 2.0's maximum theoretical bandwidth of 480 Mbits/sec, so they must be using some kind of compression. If they aren't using compression, dropping to either 8 bits/pixel or 15 fps would halve the bandwidth requirement under 480 Mbits/sec. @waltercrm: it's not sending a video signal or all the pixels every frame. ViBook USB Adapter Review: Who Doesn't Want Four Extra Moni
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Damn Small Linux is a very versatile 50MB mini desktop oriented Linux distribution.Damn Small is small enough and smart enough to do the following things: Boot from a business card CD as a live linux distribution (LiveCD)Boot from a USB pen driveBoot from within a host operating system (that's right, it can run *inside* Windows)Run very nicely from an IDE Compact Flash drive via a method we call "frugal install"Transform into a Debian OS with a traditional hard drive installRun light enough to power a 486DX with 16MB of RamRun fully in RAM with as little as 128MB (you will be amazed at how fast your computer can be!)Modularly grow -- DSL is highly extendable without the need to customize DSL was originally developed as an experiment to see how many usable desktop applications can fit inside a 50MB live CD. It was at first just a personal tool/toy.