Mac Multi-Monitor

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DualHead2Go and TripleHead2Go are external multi-monitor adapters. These small boxes attach to the video output of your notebook or desktop computer and let you connect two or three monitors or projectors to your system*.

You can open a different application on each monitor to multi task more efficiently, or you can span one application across all screens and view more content at once. DualHead2Go and TripleHead2Go are available in DisplayPort, Digital, or Analog Editions.

More Space. Feels Good.

Using more than one monitor provides the desktop space to get the job done. More screen space feels liberating, like stretching your legs after a tight plane ride or hitting the open road after hours of bumper-to-bumper traffic.

Multiple Displays. Maximum Viewing Space.

With a multi-monitor setup, you have the freedom to move previously overlapping applications to their own display. Gone are the days of re-sizing, re-arranging and re-organizing multiple windows on a single display. By eliminating these tedious and time-consuming tasks, your computing experience not only becomes more efficient, but much more enjoyable as well.

DualHead2Go Digital METripleHead2Go Digital SE and TripleHead2Go DP Edition doubles or triples your viewing space. Combined with your notebook's LCD, it creates the ideal digital workspace to lay out all your tools and applications. Of course, if you want you can always close the lid of your notebook, work with the external monitors and save the back light of your notebook.

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DualHead2Go and TripleHead2Go. Increase Productivity.

Matrox TripleHead2Go DP Edition, TripleHead2Go Digital SE and DualHead2Go Digital ME Editions are the ideals tool if you're looking to increase your productivity. Once you've experienced working with multiple monitors, you'll never want to go back to a single display!

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*All monitors or projectors will be running at the same resolution.

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