Matrox GXM Control Panel makes TripleHead2Go and DualHead2Go more attractive for Mac users

Jan 29, 2008
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Matrox GXM Control Panel makes TripleHead2Go and DualHead2Go more attractive for Mac users

In case you didn’t know, the TripleHead2Go and DualHead2Go are display adapters that multiply the number of monitors you can drive by taking a single video output from your computer and splitting it into 3 or 2 more displays respectively. With this new software utility Mac users can now make better use of these pieces of hardware, especially with the digital editions of these GXMs.

With OS X 10.4 or later and one of these two GXMs in the digital edition, and then this new Control Panel software Mac users can now get 1920x1200 on each of 2 displays or 1280x1024 on each of 3 displays. These displays can be mirrors, or copies, of the original display or can be used to extend your desktop across the extra monitors.

That means that with a laptop you could extend your desktop across 4 monitors or mirror it across 4 monitors, maybe for watching a movie or presentation. The software update is free, you just need a TripleHead2Go Digital Edition or a DualHead2Go Digital Edition in order for it to work.

[via matrox]


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