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Dr. Bott shipping VGA Extractor for ADC

For Immediate Release
Portland, OR – March 8, 2002

Dr. Bott ships “VGA Extractor for ADC” which allows dual analog displays
from the built-in video on Apple’s latest PowerMac G4s.

(http://www.drbott.com/prod/0117-ADCV.html)

The video cards on Apple’s new G4s offer both an ADC and a VGA port each
capable of driving a separate display. Dr. Bott’s VGA Extractor for ADC
allows the ADC port on these cards to drive a standard analog display.

“We’ve had resellers begging for this solution for months, we’re excited
that the latest round of updates from Apple include support for this
functionality.” said Eric Prentice, CEO of Dr. Bott LLC. “VGA Extractor
also allows the use of our MoniSwitch Pro Dual VGA without the need for an
additional video card.”

ADC Extractor for VGA requires no software or drivers and supports any
display that is compatible with the built-in VGA port.

Compatibility:
VGA Extractor is compatible with the ATI Radeon 7500 (G4 800) and the
nVidia GeForce 4MX (G4 933/1GHz) and requires Mac OS 9.2.2 or 10.1.2/3. It
is currently incompatible with the Apple TwinView card in the Power Mac G4
800 DP.

Pricing & Availability:
VGA extractor for ADC retails for $34.95 and is available immediately.

About Dr. Bott LLC:
Dr. Bott LLC of Portland, Oregon (http://www.drbott.com/), is a
manufacturer and distributor of Macintosh peripherals dedicated to serving
resellers, VARs, and consultants with third party Macintosh

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