For Immediate Release
Dr. Bott announces Windows=AE compatibility for Apple’s ADC Cinema Display
Wilsonville, OR – October 30, 2001
Dr. Bott is pleased to announce that they are now shipping a version of
DVIator with a 4x AGP video card that is compatible with Windows PCs.
“One of the most significant requests we’ve received since the release of
DVIator has been for a way to connect them to a Windows PC. We’re pleased
that the ELSA card offers such complete support for the Apple displays
including support for resolutions other than the native resolution of the
DVIator allows the use of Apple’s LCD displays with the proprietary ADC
(Apple Display Connector) on computers with a compatible DVI video signal.
The ELSA Gladiac 511 is powered by the NVIDIA GeForce2 MX 400 chipset,
offers the required DVI port, 32 MB SDRAM and offers phenomenal performance
for the price.
Bundled with DVIator the complete solution for driving Apple’s ADC Cinema
Display from Wintel PCs lists for $289.
Dr. Bott also offers the Gladiac 511 alone for $139 – this supports the
older DVI Cinema Display directly in the same way that DVIator does for the
ADC Cinema Display.
DVIator and the Gladiac 511 function with Windows=AE98, Windows=AE 2000,
Windows NT=AE 4.0, & Windows=AE Me.
Note: Apple ADC Studio Displays in 15″ and 17″ sizes will display standard
resolutions correctly with the above DVIator/ELSA bundle. However the
brightness level cannot be changed for these displays when used on a PC.
The preset brightness level is acceptable for most users.
About Dr. Bott LLC:
Dr. Bott LLC of Wilsonville, Oregon (http://www.drbott.com/), is a
manufacturer and distributor of Macintosh peripherals dedicated to serving
resellers, consultants, and VARs with third party Macintosh products that
provide real solutions for real problems.
Reseller inquiries are always welcome. Dr. Bott LLC can be reached at (503)
582-9944 or by fax at (503) 682-6767.
For further information check the Dr. Bott web site at www.drbott.com.