For converting from legacy LVDS to the DisplayPort standard, the CH7510 timing controller converts DisplayPort input signals into mini-LVDS outputs that directly drive row and column pixel data on LCDs while the CH7511 converts DisplayPort input signals into LVDS in notebook computers. Updates of the CH7508 and CH7509 devices, the CH7510 and CH7511 are now compatible with WUXGA display resolutions (1920 x 1200 pixels at 60-Hz refresh rates) whereas the CH7508 and CH7509 support WSXGA+ resolutions (1680 x 1050). The CH7510 and CH7511 are compliant with DisplayPort version 1.1a and embedded DisplayPort standard version 1.2, and both devices support link rates up to 2.7 Gb/s. The CH7511 in a 68-pin QFN costs 1.95 / each/10,000. Available in a 68-pin QFN, price for the CH7510 is 1.85 each/10,000. CHRONTEL INC., San Jose, CA. (408) 383-9328.