Sometimes operating a PC requires remote desktop access, but in many cases the desktop in high resolution is possible only when the computer detects a connected display. This Display Emulator
helps overcome that issue. This is a great way to trick your computer into thinking a monitor is hooked up and outputting at proper resolution and it remembers the resolution settings. This does not transmit a picture to a TV. It is made to use on a computer that has no monitor attached (headless), which you are driving remotely from another computer. You attach this to the headless computer to make the graphics card on it work properly
Display Emulator Features:
- Display emulator for remote desktop access
- Supports up to 1080p resolution. For higher resolutions see our 4K option above
- Works with any operating system, no software installation required
- Plugs into HDMI port, does not require additional power
- Works with Mac Mini, PC and with any other computer
This Display Emulator is a miniature HDMI plug that emulates a high-definition display connected to the PC. The PC identifies the Display Emulator as a connected display and enables the GPU thus allowing remote desktop high resolutions. The Display Emulator works with any HDMI capable PC on any operating system and requires no software installation nor configuration. The Display Emulator does not require external power.
Optionally the Display Emulator supports 4K and is a small, low-cost HDMI plug that emulates a high resolution display and the PC is then available at high resolution - up to 4088x2034 and high frame rate. See the above option.
The Display Emulator does not display anything so it has doesn't need to support HDCP. The Display Emulator is used to trick Mac Minis or other PCs into thinking a real monitor is attached so the Mac will provide an HD display that can be seen via VNC. The Mac understands that VNC does not represent an HDCP compliant device and will therefore not provide an HDCP signal to it regardless of whether any monitor attached to the Mac supports HDCP.
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