UD-3900 vs graphics adaptors

I have a Dell Inspiron 2330 all-in-one bought in 2013 and want to add three monitors to it. Is it best to buy a UD-3900 dual display and one USB 3.0 graphics adaptor…or just buy three USB 3.0 graphics adaptor?

Hello Gregg,

To give you better/tailored advice, can you please briefly mention what you would be using the additional three monitors for? Can you also please list the CPU make and model number as well as your graphics chipset/GPU?

I will use the monitors to prepare tax returns in a paperless environment…so it is financial productivity related and not gaming. Here are the specs…I have upgraded to Windows 10.

Item Number Quantity Item Description

225-2642 1 Inspiron One 2330 with Energy
Star 5.2 compliant
338-BBMG 1 3rd Generation Intel Core i3-3
240 processor (3M Cache, up to
3.4 GHz)
317-9183 1 6GB DDR3 SDRAM AT 1600MHZ-1X2GB/1x4GB
331-9345 1 Dell KM632 WL KB and MSE, US-English
320-3035 1 23" Full High Definition (1080
p) LED Display with Touch
331-5792 1 Intel HD Integrated Graphics
421-7103 1 Dell SRV Software 1703
342-4104 1 1TB SATA Hard Drive 7200 RPM
318-2417 1 Capacity Touch Chassis with AV-input
421-8687 1 Windows 8, 64-bit, English
430-3322 1 Integrated 10/1000 Ethernet
389-BBUY 1 MOD,LBL,FGA,UPC379,2330,023,W8
318-1673 1 8X Tray Load CD/DVD Burner Dua
l Layer DVD+/-R Drive
318-1806 1 8 channel High Definition Audio
430-4739 1 Dell Wireless 1703 802.11b/g/n
, Bluetooth v4.0+LE

Hi Gregg,

Thank you sharing. In theory, if all drivers are up to date, the DisplayLink driver should be compatible with your system (here is way of double checking -> http://support.displaylink.com/knowle…) and should be able to handle the additional devices.

I personally would use display adapters since you already have all your cables connected to the all-in-one (docking station would seem redundant), but I will leave the decision up to you (http://plugable.com/products).