Digital Tigers Announces Immediate Availability Of Laptop Trading Monitors

Norcross, GA (PressExposure) October 30, 2008 -- Digital Tigers, Inc., An organization specialized in the design and production of multiple monitor displays for trading, has announced immediate availability of their Zenstation Go line of displays. Digital Tigers’ new Zenstation Go line of displays is the company’s answer to customer’s requests for a portable multiple monitor solution with performance high enough for demanding trading applications. According to Digital Tigers representatives, for the first time in history, customers can now use their existing notebook to utilize multiple monitors with a single high performance cable connection. Spokesperson for the company, David Greenberg, is quoted to say that: “The graphics in our Zenstation units rival that of many desktop units.” David goes on to say that performance is not the only benefit of their Zenstation units. The units will also support super high resolution dual 30 inch displays in conjunction with the notebook's built in display. Digital Tigers is sure to have a hit on their hands, as this type of productivity and performance is what every notebook user dreams about.

For more information please contact: David Greenberg 1-800-844-3721

About Digital Tigers, Inc.

Founded in Atlanta, GA in 2001, Digital Tigers has built a reputation amongst the trading community for providing powerful and reliable trading workstations and trading monitors; all supported by their U.S based in house tech support. Listening to their customers' wants and needs was their inspiration for Zenstation Go. More and more customers want mobility. Recognizing this need, Digital Tigers set out to develop an easy plug n' play solution for their customers, and they succeeded. Within a month, the company also plans to begin offering full turn-key packages including notebooks from select vendors, combined with Zenstation Go units.

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Press Release Submitted On: October 29, 2008 at 5:49 pm
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